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Translation of "person" - English-Turkish dictionary

person

noun
 
 
/ˈpɜːsən/ ( plural people)
A1 [C] a human being
kişi, birey, şahıs, kimse
You're the only person I know here. He is a very dangerous person.People in general
in person B2 If you do something in person, you go somewhere to do it yourself.
şahsen, bizzat
If you can't be there in person the next best thing is watching it on TV. →  See also the first person , the second person , the third person PresentAvailable and accessibleUnavailable and inaccessible
Translations of “person”
in Arabic شَخْص…
in Korean 사람, 인간…
in Malaysian orang, bersamanya…
in French personne, soi…
in Italian persona…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人, (用於描述人的某一品質)…的人…
in Russian человек, личность…
in Polish osoba…
in Vietnamese người, theo người…
in Spanish persona, encima (suyo)…
in Portuguese pessoa…
in Thai มนุษย์, ที่ตัว…
in German die Person, der Körper…
in Catalan persona…
in Japanese 人, 人間…
in Indonesian orang, diri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人, (用于描述人的某一品质)…的人…
(Definition of person from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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