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Translation of "return" - English-Turkish dictionary

return

noun     /rɪˈtɜːn/
GOING BACK [no plural]
B1 when someone goes or comes back to a place where they were before geri gelme/dönme On his return to Sydney, he started up a business.Returning to a place
GIVING BACK [no plural]
when something is given back, put back, or sent back geri verme/koyma/gönderme; iade etme the return of the stolen goodsGiving, bringing or getting backThe postal system
ACTIVITY [no plural]
when someone starts an activity again tekrar başlama/başlatma This film marks his return to acting.Starting againStarting and beginning
HAPPENING AGAIN [no plural]
when something starts to happen or be present again dönüş, başlama, olma What we are seeing here is a return to traditional values.Repeating an action
TICKET [C] UK ( US round-trip ticket)
B1 a ticket that lets you travel to a place and back again, for example on a train gidiş-dönüş bileti Tickets
PROFIT [C, U]
the profit that you get from an investment kâr, kazanç, gelir This fund has shown high returns for the last five years.Profits and lossesSavings, interest and capital
in return
B2 in exchange for something or as a reaction to something karşılık olarak; mukabilinde, karşılığında I'd like to give them something in return for everything they've done for us.Reciprocating
SPORTS [C]
when a ball is thrown or hit back to another player in a sports match (spor) pas verme She hit an excellent return.General terms used in ball sports
COMPUTER [U]
B1 a key on a computer keyboard that is used to make the computer accept information or to start a new line in a document bilgisayar klavyesinde bilgiyi kabul/tamam ve satır atlatma tuşu Type in the password and press return. →  See also day return Computer hardware
(Definition of return noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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