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Translation of "wild" - English-Turkish dictionary

wild

adjective     /waɪld/
ANIMAL
A2 A wild animal or plant lives or grows in its natural environment and not where people live. vahşî, yabanî a wild dog wild flowers Uncontrolled
LAND
B2 Wild land is in a completely natural state. vahşî doğa, doğal çevre a wild gardenAreas of land in generalSpace - general words
ENERGETIC
B2 very energetic and not controlled azgın, sert, enerjik, kontrolden çıkmış, deli gibi çılgın, vahşî, delice, çılgınca a wild party wild dancingUncontrolled
WEATHER
with a lot of wind, rain, etc fırtınalı, yağmurlu a wild and stormy nightDescribing bad weather
a wild accusation/guess/rumour, etc
something that you say which is not based on facts and is probably wrong gerçeklere dayanmayan, mantıksız, gerçeklik payı olmayan UncontrolledWrong
be wild about sth informal
to be very enthusiastic about something çok sevmek, çılgına dönmek, yanıp tutuşmak; ...delisi olmak He's wild about jazz.Excited, interested and enthusiastic
wildness noun [U]
vahşilik
→  See also beyond your wildest dreams
(Definition of wild adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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