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Translation of "secret" - English-Turkish dictionary

secret

noun [C]     /ˈsiːkrət/
B1 something that you tell no one about or only a few people sır, esrar I'm having a party for him but it's a secret. Can you keep a secret?Secrecy and privacy
the secret
B2 the best way of achieving something sır So what's the secret of your success?Ways of achieving things
in secret
B2 without telling other people gizlice, el altından, gizli olarak For years they met in secret.Secrecy and privacy
Translations of “secret”
in Arabic سِرّ…
in Korean 비밀, 비결…
in Malaysian rahsia…
in French secret…
in Italian segreto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 秘密, 奧秘, 秘訣…
in Russian секрет, тайна…
in Polish tajemnica, sekret…
in Vietnamese bí quyết…
in Spanish secreto…
in Portuguese segredo…
in Thai เคล็ดลับ…
in German das Geheimnis…
in Catalan secret…
in Japanese 秘密, 機密, 内緒…
in Indonesian rahasia…
in Chinese (Simplified) 秘密, 奥秘, 秘诀…
(Definition of secret noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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