listen to the pronunciation of refuge
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} iltica
{f} sığınmak

Yiyecekler ve battaniyeler mültecilere verildi. - Food and blankets were given to the refugees.

O kamptaki mülteciler bir aydır kıt kanaat geçinmektedirler. - The refugees in that camp have been living from hand to mouth for a month.

{f} kalmak
(Ticaret) sığınılacak yer
orta kaldırım
sığınacak yer

O hiç sığınacak yer bulamadı. - He couldn't find any refuge.

{i} kalacak yer
{f} kalacak yer bulmak
refuge area
(Askeri) sığınma bölgesi
refuge area
(Askeri) SIĞINMA BÖLGESİ: Deniz ulaştırma hareket prensibi uygulanmaya konduğu zaman ticari gemilerin gitmesi emredilen düşman taarruzundan masum, korunmalı bir kıyı bölgesi
refuge facilities
(Askeri) barınak tesisleri
refuge niche
refüj girintisi
refuge place
(Askeri) barınak yeri
refuge site
sığınmacı bölgesi
refuge station
sığınma istasyonu
refuge street
(Askeri) barınak caddesi
retreat; refuge
geri çekilme; sığınak
(Askeri) MÜLTECİLER: Gerçek veya tahayyül edilen tehlike nedeniyle kendi iradeleriyle, ihtiyari olarak veya bir uzak dur prensibini ihlal ederek kendi ülkeleri dahilinde hareket eden (ulusal mülteciler) veya uluslararası sınırları geçen (uluslararası mülteciler) şahıslar

Afrikadaki mülteciler yardım arıyorlar. - Refugees in Africa are seeking help.

Mülteciler köprünün altında saklandı. - Refugees hid under the bridge.

central refuge
orta refüj
street refuge
street refuge
take refuge
fomentation, refuge, fostering
sıcak kompres, sığınak, teşvik
to refuge
harbor of refuge
(Askeri) barınma limanı
harbour of refuge
sığınma limanı
house of refuge
evsizler barınağı
marine refuge
(Denizbilim) denizel korunak
marine refuge
(Denizbilim) denizel refüj
pedestrian refuge
yaya refüjü
ship refuge
(Askeri) gemi barınağı
street refuge
take refuge behind
arkasına sığınmak
take refuge in
-e sığınmak
take refuge in
kapağı atmak
take refuge in
iltica etmek
take refuge in
taking refuge
Englisch - Englisch
A state of safety, protection or shelter
A place providing safety, protection or shelter
Something or someone turned to for safety or assistance; a recourse or resort
{n} a shelter from danger
{v} to protect
A refuge is a place where you go for safety and protection, for example from violence or from bad weather. a refuge for battered women
A shelter from hardship or danger
{f} take shelter, find protection; provide shelter, provide protection
An expedient to secure protection or defense; a device or contrivance
If you take refuge somewhere, you try to protect yourself from physical harm by going there. They took refuge in a bomb shelter His home became a place of refuge for the believers
Shelter or protection from danger or distress
place or feeling of safety Rahula Siddhartha Gautama's son Relic something important kept from the past Retreat special time of meditation away from your normal life Rupa Form Used of an image of the Buddha; also, the first of the five Khandas
an area set aside for the purpose of conserving species and their habitat
act of turning to for assistance; "have recourse to the courts"; "an appeal to his uncle was his last resort"
something or someone turned to for assistance or security; "his only recourse was the police"; "took refuge in lying"
a safe place; "He ran to safety"
A place that offers protection or shelter
If you take refuge in a particular way of behaving or thinking, you try to protect yourself from unhappiness or unpleasantness by behaving or thinking in that way. All too often, they get bored, and seek refuge in drink and drugs
a shelter from danger or hardship
A siding or loop which is used to store a train for a short period so that it can be overtaken by a more important train
That which shelters or protects from danger, or from distress or calamity; a stronghold which protects by its strength, or a sanctuary which secures safety by its sacredness; a place inaccessible to an enemy
{i} shelter, protection; safe place, secure location; recourse, access to protection; traffic island on a busy road where pedestrians can wait safely before crossing the road
A traffic island in the centre of a road or dual carriageway, installed so pedestrians can cross the road in two parts rather than in one for safety reasons
A place where a person may go when leaving a violent home situation •Domestic Violence
To shelter; to protect
refuge island
a raised platform or other protective barrier in the middle of a street crossing, allowing pedestrians to pause safely in the middle of the road
patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels
The appeal to patriotism is often used to distract the public from real issues
take refuge
to shelter; to hole up
city of refuge
city which provides shelter and protection
found refuge
discovered shelter, took cover
house of refuge
place where people can go to receive shelter
People without a home, usually caused by war or famine
a person who flees to a foreign country or power to escape danger or persecution
plural of refugee
According to international legislation persons having a well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion mostly outside the country of nationality and unable to return or avail himself of the protection of that country Includes mass exodus of peoples for reasons of conflict moving outside their country of origin
Persons who are outside their country of origin and who due to well-founded fear of persecution, are unable or unwilling to avail themselves of that country's protection Under the agreed international instruments concerning refugees, persons meeting this basic criteria are considered to be refugees, regardless of whether or not they are formally recognised as such by a national authority or by UNHCR
displaced people who move to another country
plural of refuge
sought refuge
requested sanctuary, requested shelter