slinky models sashayed (down the catwalk.)

Turkish translation: salınmak

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English term or phrase:slinky models sashayed (down the catwalk.)
Turkish translation:salınmak
Entered by: Hellinas

21:16 Aug 26, 2014
English to Turkish translations [Non-PRO]
Idioms / Maxims / Sayings / Meaning of word slinky
English term or phrase: slinky models sashayed (down the catwalk.)
This is linked to the last entry. How would you English to Turkish professionals translate the above phrase, using podyum for catwalk & perhaps kalmak/ süzülmek for sashay? I hope it is not judgeö to be more than one term since 'slinky' is better defined in the context of this sentence.
Hellinas
Local time: 20:16
salınmak
Explanation:
as far as I know they use "podyumda salınmak" this also includes the models catwalk.
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betül asiye karpuzcu
Local time: 23:16
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Thanks, betül, for your help & comment. Your suggestion also coincides wıth the translation in the last entry.
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betül asiye karpuzcu


  

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salınmak


Explanation:
as far as I know they use "podyumda salınmak" this also includes the models catwalk.

betül asiye karpuzcu
Local time: 23:16
Native speaker of: Native in TurkishTurkish
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Thanks, betül, for your help & comment. Your suggestion also coincides wıth the translation in the last entry.
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