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Translation of "stone" - English-Turkish dictionary

stone

noun     /stəʊn/
SUBSTANCE [U]
B1 a hard, natural substance that is found in the ground taş a stone wallTypes of rockPrecious and semi-precious stones
ROCK [C]
B1 a small rock or piece of rock taş, taş parçası Types of rockPrecious and semi-precious stones
JEWEL [C]
B1 a hard, valuable substance that is often used in jewellery değerli taş precious stonesJewelleryPrecious and semi-precious stonesTypes of rock
WEIGHT [C] ( plural stone) UK
a unit for measuring weight, equal to 6.35 kilograms or 14 pounds 6.35 kilograma veya 14 pounda eşit bir ağırlık ölçüm birimi; ston I gained two stone when I was pregnant. Measurements of weight and massArea, mass, weight and volume in general
SEED [C]
the hard seed that is at the centre of some fruits çekirdek a cherry stone →  See also stepping-stone Fruits and seeds and their parts
(Definition of stone noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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