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Translation of "net" - English-Turkish dictionary

net

noun     /net/
MATERIAL [U]
material made of crossed threads with holes between them Nets, grids and grillesGeneral words for textiles
OBJECT [C]
B1 something made with a piece of net, for example for catching fish or insects, or for sports ağ, file a fishing net a tennis/basketball netNets, grids and grillesTennis and racket sports
the Net
A2 short for the Internet internet →  See also safety net Internet terminology and abbreviations
Translations of “net”
in Arabic شَبَكة…
in Korean 그물, 망사…
in Malaysian jaring…
in French (de/au) filet…
in Italian rete…
in Chinese (Traditional) 材料, 網, 網狀物…
in Russian сетчатый материал, сеть, сетка…
in Polish siatka, sieć…
in Vietnamese lưới…
in Spanish red, malla…
in Portuguese rede…
in Thai แห…
in German das Netz, Netz-……
in Catalan xarxa, malla…
in Japanese 網, 網(織物)…
in Indonesian jaring…
in Chinese (Simplified) 材料, 网, 网状物…
(Definition of net noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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