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Translation of "picture" - English-Turkish dictionary

picture

noun [C]     /ˈpɪktʃər/
DRAWING ETC
A1 a drawing, painting, or photograph of something or someone resim to draw/paint a picture She's got pictures of pop stars all over her bedroom wall. Did you take many pictures (= photograph many things) while you were in Sydney? PhotographyPictures
IDEA
B2 an idea of what something is like tasvir, betimleme [usually singular] I've got a much clearer picture of what's happening now.Ideas, concepts and theories
TV
B2 the image on a television screen görüntü I'm afraid it's not a very good picture.Television
FILM
B1 a film film, sinema filmi Could this be the first animated film to win a best picture award?Cinema - general words
the pictures old-fashioned
the cinema sinema I really fancy going to the pictures tonight.Cinema - general words
(Definition of picture noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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