part noun translate English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "part" - English-Turkish dictionary


NOT ALL [C, U] A1 one of the things that, with other things, makes the whole of something
kısım, parça, bölüm
Part of this form seems to be missing. I did French as part of my degree course. It's all part of growing up. You're part of the family.Words meaning parts of things
take part (in sth) B1 to be involved in an activity with other people
iştirak etmek, katılmak, yer almak
She doesn't usually take part in any of the class activities.Taking part and getting involvedGetting involved for one's own benefit or against others' will
FILM/PLAY [C] B1 a person in a film or play
film veya oyundaki kişi
He plays the part of the father.Casting, roles and scripts
have/play a part in sth B2 to be one of the people or things that are involved in an event or situation
rolü olmak, etkisi olmak, yeri/katkısı olmak
Alcohol plays a part in 60 percent of violent crime.Taking part and getting involvedGetting involved for one's own benefit or against others' will
MACHINE [C] B2 a piece of a machine or vehicle
(makina, araç) parça, yedek parça
aircraft parts spare parts Words meaning parts of things
HAIR [C] US ( UK parting) the line on your head made by brushing your hair in two different directions
saçın ayrıldığı bölüm/yer
the best/better part of sth most of a period of time
...ın/in büyük bir bölümü/çoğu/ekseriyeti
It took the better part of the afternoon to put those shelves up.Large in number or quantity
in part formal partly
kısmen, bir ölçüde, bir dereceye kadar; bir nebze
He is in part to blame for the accident.Incomplete
for the most part mostly or usually
ekseriyetle, genellikle, çoğunlukla, çoğu zaman
I enjoyed it for the most part.General
(Definition of part noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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