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year

noun [C]
 
 
/jɪər/
PERIOD OF TIME A1 a period of 12 months, or 365 or 366 days, especially from 1 January to 31 December
yıl
last year/next year He joined the company a year ago.Specific periods of timeYears and yearly
the academic/financial, etc year A2 the period of a year that is used by universities/businesses, etc to organize their activities
akademik/malî yıl
Specific periods of timeYears and yearly
be two/twelve/37, etc years old A1 to be a particular age
...yaşında olmak
Her son is six years old.Describing age and birthdays
a two-/twelve-/37-, etc year-old someone who is a particular age
...yaşında kimse
Describing age and birthdays
STUDENTS UK a group of students who start college or a course together
aynı dönemde/yıllarda okulda olan bir grup öğrenci; devre
He wasin my year at school.Students and pupils
years B1 a long time
yıllarca; yıllar yılı
I haven't seen Linda for years. →  See also for donkey's years , leap year , new year Years and yearly
(Definition of year from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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