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Translation of "perish" - English-Turkish dictionary

perish

verb [I]
 
 
/ˈperɪʃ/ literary
to die
can vermek, yok olmak, telef olmak, ölmek, ölüp gitmek
Hundreds of people perished in the flood.Death and dying
Translations of “perish”
in Arabic يَموت, يَهلُك…
in Korean 소멸하다, 죽다…
in Malaysian terkorban…
in French périr…
in Italian perire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 死亡, (尤指因意外或遇害)喪生,死亡, 湮滅…
in Russian погибать…
in Polish czeznąć, ginąć…
in Vietnamese chết/ diệt vong…
in Spanish perecer, fallecer…
in Portuguese perder a vida, perecer…
in Thai เสียชีวิ…
in German umkommen…
in Catalan perir…
in Japanese 死ぬ, 消滅する…
in Indonesian binasa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 死亡, (尤指因事故或遇害)丧生,死亡, 消亡…
(Definition of perish from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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