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Translation of "main" - English-Turkish dictionary

main

adjective [always before noun]     /meɪn/
B1 most important or largest asıl, esas, temel the main problem/reason The main airport is 15 miles from the capital.Being important and having importance
the main thing
B2 the most important fact in a situation önemli olan, esas olan, en önemlisi You're happy and that's the main thing.Important and essential thingsInformation and messages
Translations of “main”
in Arabic رَئيسي…
in Korean 주요한…
in Malaysian utama…
in French principal…
in Italian principale, più importante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 主要的, 最重要的, 最大的…
in Russian основной, главный…
in Polish główny…
in Vietnamese chính, quan trọng nhất…
in Spanish principal…
in Portuguese principal…
in Thai สำคัญที่สุด…
in German Haupt-……
in Catalan principal…
in Japanese 主な…
in Indonesian utama…
in Chinese (Simplified) 主要的, 最重要的, 最大的…
(Definition of main adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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