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What does this Turkish word mean in English?
1.       claireheffron
32 posts
 28 Feb 2015 Sat 02:23 am

I see the word Katre in a sentence and I checked the dictionary, I´m a bit confused!

 

Thanks

 

Claire 

2.       tunci
7149 posts
 28 Feb 2015 Sat 02:35 am

 

Quoting claireheffron

I see the word Katre in a sentence and I checked the dictionary, I´m a bit confused!

 

Thanks

 

Claire 

 

It is arabic origin word [katra قطرة ]  It means "a drop"

 

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3.       tunci
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 28 Feb 2015 Sat 02:38 am

 

Katre is also female name in Turkey.

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4.       claireheffron
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 28 Feb 2015 Sat 02:40 am

A drop? Like water? Thanks

5.       claireheffron
32 posts
 28 Feb 2015 Sat 02:40 am

A drop? Like water? Thanks

6.       tunci
7149 posts
 28 Feb 2015 Sat 02:45 am

 

Quoting claireheffron

A drop? Like water? Thanks

 

Tell us the context that you saw this word. Since it may also mean " a piece of "

" a tiny piece of "

 



Edited (2/28/2015) by tunci

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