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system

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsɪstəm/
METHOD B2 a way or method of doing things
düzen, yol, metod, yöntem, sistem
the American legal system the public transport systemWays of achieving things
EQUIPMENT B1 a set of connected pieces of equipment that operate together
tertibat, düzenek, sistem, kurulum
They've had an alarm system installed at their home.Things needed for a task
BODY parts of the body that work together in order to make something happen
vücudun çalışma düzeni
the body's immune system Substances and structures in the bodyThe body
the system the laws and rules of a society
yasal düzen, sistem; bir toplumun kanun ve kuralları; kanunlar ve kurallar bütünü
Rules and laws
→  See also immune system , nervous system , operating system , public address system , the solar system , get sth out of your system
(Definition of system from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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