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Translation of "model" - English-Turkish dictionary

model

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈmɒdəl/
PERSON B1 someone whose job is to wear fashionable clothes, be in photographs, etc in order to advertise things
manken, model
a fashion modelOccupations and tradesFashionModern and fashionableModern and fashionable
COPY A2 a smaller copy of a real object, often used to show how something works or what it looks like
maket, model
Models and moulds
EXAMPLE someone or something that is an example for others to copy
numune, örnek, model
a model of good behaviourModels and mouldsSamples and examplesCategories and varietiesSpecies and genders
DESIGN A2 a design of machine or car that is made by a particular company
(araba, makina) model, örnek
I think her car is a slightly older model. →  See also role model CarsCategories and varietiesSpecies and gendersVehicles in general
(Definition of model noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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