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Translation of "sweep" - English-Turkish dictionary

sweep

verb     /swiːp/ ( past tense and past participle swept)
CLEAN [I, T] ( also sweep up)
B2 to clean the floor using a brush süpürmek, silmek She's just swept the floor. He swept up the pieces of broken glass (= removed them from the floor with a brush).Cleaning and tidying places and things
be swept along/away, etc
B2 to be pushed or carried along, often by something strong which you cannot control sürüklenmek, alıp götürülmek, önüne katıp götürülmek; silinmek; süpürülmek Many trees were swept away in the flood.Pushing and shovingMoving quickly
AFFECT [I, T]
to quickly affect a large area süratle yayılmak, çarçabuk etkisi altına almak The disease is sweeping the country. Panic swept through the crowd.Spreading and scattering
sweep along/into/past, etc
to move quickly, especially in a way that shows you think you are important bir hışımla hareket etmek/kalkmak; çalımla geçmek She swept past me in the corridor.Moving quickly
(Definition of sweep verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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