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Translation of "vice" - English-Turkish dictionary

vice

noun
 
 
/vaɪs/
BAD HABIT [C] something bad that someone often does
zaaf, kusur, kişilik zayıflığı, karakter bozukluğu
Smoking is his only vice.Habitual behaviourBad and wrong behaviourDisobedientObeying and breaking the lawObedient and compliant
CRIME [U] crime that involves sex or drugs
ahlaksızlık, kötülük; seks ve uyuşturucu içeren suç
Crime - general words
TOOL [C] UK ( US vise) a tool used for holding something tightly while you cut it, make it smooth, etc
mengene
ToolsGardening tools
Translations of “vice”
in Arabic رَذيلة…
in Korean 비행…
in Malaysian ragum…
in French étau…
in Italian vizio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 邪惡, 墮落,邪惡, 不良習氣,惡習…
in Russian порок, зло, преступление…
in Polish wada, prostytucja i narkotyki, imadło…
in Vietnamese mỏ cặp, êtô…
in Spanish torno de banco…
in Portuguese vício…
in Thai คีมจับ…
in German der Schraubstock…
in Catalan vici…
in Japanese 悪癖…
in Indonesian tanggam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 邪恶, 堕落,邪恶, 不良习气,恶习…
(Definition of vice from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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