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Translation of "part" - English-Turkish dictionary

part

verb     /pɑːt/
SEPARATE [I, T]
If two sides of something part, they become separated, and if you part them, you make them separate. ayrılmak, uzaklaşmak; ayırmak, uzaklaştırmak Slowly her lips parted and she smiled.Separating and dividing
LEAVE [I, T] formal
If two people part, or if one person parts from another, they leave each other. ayrılmak, terketmek; ilişkilerini kesmek That summer, after six years of marriage, we parted. Even after we parted company, we remained in contact.Separating and dividingEnding relationships and divorce
HAIR [T]
to brush your hair in two directions so that there is a straight line showing on your head saçlarına bir taraftan ayırmak In my school days, I had long hair parted in the middle.Separating and dividingHairstyles
(Definition of part verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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