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Translation of "minimum" - English-Turkish dictionary

minimum

adjective [always before noun]
 
 
/ˈmɪnɪməm/
B1 The minimum amount of something is the smallest amount that is allowed, needed, or possible.
en az, asgari, en aşağı, minimum
How much is the minimum wage? There is a minimum charge of $5 for postage. →  Opposite maximum adjective Maximum and minimum
Translations of “minimum”
in Arabic أَدْنى حَدّ…
in Korean 최소의…
in Malaysian paling rendah…
in French minimum…
in Italian minimo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 最低的,最小的,最低限度的…
in Russian минимальный…
in Polish minimalny…
in Vietnamese tối thiểu…
in Spanish mínimo…
in Portuguese mínimo…
in Thai อย่างต่ำ…
in German Mindest-……
in Catalan mínim…
in Japanese 最低の, 最小限の…
in Indonesian paling rendah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 最低限度…
(Definition of minimum adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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