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American English: /tərk/
British English: /təːk/

Translation of Turk in Spanish:


  • turco, (-ca) (masculine, feminine)
    a young Turk
    un joven turco [journalese]
    (persona que impone sus criterios innovadores dentro de un partido, organización etc)
    Example sentences
    • The Turks, the Turkish government will strongly oppose that.
    • Turkey and Turks have an historical responsibility for region and us.
    • The shared part of the Armenian diet is the Mediterranean foods widely familiar among Arabs, Turks, Greeks.

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