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Translation of "smother" - English-Turkish dictionary

smother

verb [T]     /ˈsmʌðər/
KILL
to kill someone by covering their face with something so that they cannot breathe boğmak, boğarak öldürmek Covering and adding layersMurder and attempted murderKillingKillingMurder and attempted murder
LOVE
to give someone too much love and attention so that they feel they have lost their freedom (sevgiyle, ilgiyle) boğmak, sıkboğaz etmek, bunaltmak; bıktırmak; usandırmak I try not to smother him.Loving and in love
PREVENT
to prevent something from happening önlemek, bastırmak, kontrol altında tutmak; mani olmak I tried to smother my cough.Preventing and impedingLimiting and restricting
FIRE
to make a fire stop burning by covering it with something üstünü örterek söndürmek Covering and adding layersStopping fires
(Definition of smother from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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