hol

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Turkish - English
hall

There's a telephone in the hall. - Holde bir telefon vardır.

Hang your coat in the hall please. - Paltonu holde as lütfen.

hall (not a corridor but a centrally located room into which the major rooms open)
hallway

Hang your coat in the hallway. - Ceketinizi holde asın.

The hallway is slippery, so watch your step. - Hol kaygan, bu yüzden adımlarına dikkat et.

lobby

Tom's mother chased Tom as he ran naked around the lobby. - Tom'un annesi Tom'u holde çıplak gezdiği için kovaladı.

lounge
hail
(Turizm) concourse
corridor
vestibule
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Holiday weekend, if any MLK: Martin Luther King, Jr Day PRES: President's Day MEM: Memorial Day IND: Independence Day IND5: Independence Day (Five Day) LAB: Labor Day THK: Thanksgiving Day XMAS: Christmas Day XMSx: Christmas Day (x Day) NYD: New Year's Day
Whole
hol hamoed
intermediate days of the Jewish holidays, days between the first and last full days of Passover and Succot
hol-
Variant of holo-
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Definition of hol in English Turkish dictionary

hol on
hol hakkında
hol

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    (combining form.) Middle English, from Old French, from Latin, from Greek, from holos whole; more at SAFE.

    Common Collocations

    hol on

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