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Oturumunuz Kapanmıştır

Dutch translation: Uw zitting is gesloten

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Turkish term or phrase:Oturumunuz Kapanmıştır
Dutch translation:Uw zitting is gesloten
Entered by: adosanis

15:56 Apr 8, 2005
Turkish to Dutch translations [PRO]
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Turkish term or phrase: Oturumunuz Kapanmıştır
Oturumunuz kapanmıştır
adosanis
Local time: 20:55
Uw zitting is gesloten
Explanation:
Oturum=zitting/Oturumunuz=uw zitting
Kapanmistir=gesloten
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Local time: 20:55
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5 +1Uw zitting is gesloten
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Oturumunuz Kapanmýþtýr
Uw zitting is gesloten


Explanation:
Oturum=zitting/Oturumunuz=uw zitting
Kapanmistir=gesloten

Neco (X)
Local time: 20:55
Native speaker of: Native in TurkishTurkish, Native in DutchDutch
PRO pts in category: 36

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agree  Nizamettin Yigit: biraz baktım da "sessie" ifade teknik ise daha uygun. Ayrıca sağlaması: "oturumunuz kapandı"
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