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Translation of "unit" - English-Turkish dictionary

unit

noun [C]     /ˈjuːnɪt/
GROUP
a group of people who are responsible for a particular part of an organization birim, tim, ekip, grup an anti-terrorist unitGovernment departments and organizations
MEASURE
a measure used to express an amount or quantity birim, ölçü birimi The kilogram is a unit of weight.Weighing and measuringNumbers generally
SINGLE
B1 a single, complete thing that may be part of a larger thing birim a French course book with ten unitsWords meaning parts of things
FURNITURE
a piece of furniture that fits together with other pieces ünite kitchen units Furniture and fittings - general words
MACHINE
a small machine, or part of a machine, that has a particular purpose ünite, blok, tertibat a computer's central processing unitMachinery and machinesHousehold equipment and domestic chores
BUILDING
a single apartment, office, etc in a larger building bölüm, blok, ünite Houses and homesRooms
(Definition of unit from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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