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Translation of "lime" - English-Turkish dictionary

lime

noun     /laɪm/
FRUIT [C, U] a small, green fruit that is sour like a lemon misket limonu Types of fruit
TREE [C] ( also lime tree) a large tree that has pale green leaves and yellow flowers ıhlamur, ıhlamur ağacı Deciduous trees
SUBSTANCE [U] a white substance that is found in water and soil and is used to improve the quality of soil kireç, kireç taşı Soil
COLOUR [U] ( also lime green) a bright colour that is a mixture of yellow and green küf rengi; ıhlamur çiçeği rengi Less common coloursCommon colours
lime ( also lime-green) adjective limona benzer bir meyve
Translations of “lime”
in Arabic لَيمون أخْضَر حامِض…
in Korean 라임…
in Malaysian kapur…
in French chaux…
in Italian lime, limetta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水果, 酸橙(樹)…
in Russian лайм, липа, известь…
in Polish limonka, limona, lipa…
in Vietnamese vôi…
in Spanish cal…
in Portuguese limão…
in Thai ปูนขาว…
in German der Kalk…
in Catalan llima…
in Japanese ライム…
in Indonesian kapur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水果, 酸橙(树)…
(Definition of lime from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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