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Turkish translation of “oral”

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oral

adjective
 
 
/ˈɔːrəl/
SPOKEN B2 spoken
sözlü
an oral examination an oral agreement Saying and utteringSaying again
MOUTH relating to or using the mouth
ağızdan söylenen, şifahi
oral medication The mouth and throat
orally adverb
sözel olarak
Translations of “oral”
in Korean 구두의, 구강의…
in Arabic شَفَهي, شَفَوي, فَمَوي…
in French oral, buccal…
in Italian orale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 口頭的, 口述的…
in Russian устный, оральный, для внутреннего употребления…
in Polish ustny, doustny…
in Spanish oral…
in Portuguese oral, bucal…
in German mündlich, Mund-……
in Catalan oral…
in Japanese 口頭の, 口の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 口头的, 口述的…
(Definition of oral adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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