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launder

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈlɔːndər/
to hide the fact that an amount of money has been made illegally by putting the money into legal bank accounts or businesses
kara para aklamak; bir miktar parayı resmi banka hesabına veya işe yatırarak yasa dışı yollardan para kazandığı gerçeğini gizlemek
to launder drug money Fraud and corruption
laundering noun [U]
aklama (para)
money laundering
Translations of “launder”
in Arabic يَغسِل الأموال…
in Korean 세탁하다…
in Malaysian mendobi…
in French blanchir…
in Italian riciclare (denaro)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 衣服, 洗,洗滌…
in Russian отмывать (деньги)…
in Polish prać…
in Vietnamese giặt là…
in Spanish lavar, blanquear…
in Portuguese lavar (dinheiro)…
in Thai ซักรีด…
in German waschen und bügeln…
in Catalan blanquejar…
in Japanese (不正なお金)を浄化する…
in Indonesian mencuci dan menyetrika…
in Chinese (Simplified) 衣服, 洗,洗涤…
(Definition of launder from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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