suspiciously

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الإنجليزية - التركية
şüpheli bir şekilde
kuşkuyla

Tom Mary'ye kuşkuyla baktı. - Tom looked at Mary suspiciously.

Yabancıya kuşkuyla baktı. - She eyed the stranger suspiciously.

şüpheyle

O, ona şüpheyle baktı. - She eyed him suspiciously.

Tom bana şüpheyle baktı. - Tom looked at me suspiciously.

şüpheli biçimde
şüphelenerek
suspicious
{s} kuşkulu

Her şey hakkında çok kuşkulusun. - You're too suspicious about everything.

Tom biraz kuşkuludur. - Tom is slightly suspicious.

suspicious
{s} şüpheli

Tom'la ilgili özgeçmiş kontrolü biraz şüpheli çıktı. - The background check on Tom turned up suspiciously little.

Şüpheli bir şey fark ettin mi? - Did you notice anything suspicious?

suspicious
kuşkucu

Neden her zaman çok kuşkucusun? - Why are you always so suspicious?

Kuşkucu olduğum için beni suçlayamazsın. - You can't blame me for being suspicious.

suspicious
kuşku dolu
suspicious
şüphe içinde
suspicious
pimpirik
suspicious
şüphe uyandıran
suspicious
kuşku duyan
suspicious
kuruntucu
suspicious
şüphelenen
suspicious
suizan uyandıran
suspicious
pireli
suspicious
{s} kuşku dolu; şüphe içinde; kuşku duyan: You seem suspicious. Şüphe ediyor gibisin. He's suspicious by nature. Şüpheci biri o
suspicious
şüpheli/şüpheci
suspicious
I am suspicious ofOndan şüpheleniyorum
suspicious
güvenilmez
suspicious
{s} şüpheci

Belki bu kadar şüpheci olmamalıyım. - Maybe I shouldn't be so suspicious.

Onlar her şey hakkında fazla şüphecidirler. - They are too suspicious about everything.

suspicious
vesveseci
suspicious
suspiciouslyşüphe uyandıracak şekilde
suspicious
muhtemelen

Tom muhtemelen şüpheli olacak. - Tom will likely be suspicious.

Tom Mary'nin muhtemelen şüpheli olacağını söyledi. - Tom said Mary was likely to be suspicious.

suspicious
suspiciousnessşüpheli oluş
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
In a way that arouses suspicion

She was behaving very suspiciously.

To a degree that makes one suspect something

It looked suspiciously like a molding-compound repair of a dent.

In a way suggesting suspicion

The police officer looked at her suspiciously.

Causing suspicion

Suspiciously, he had taken out an insurance policy on his wife just months earlier.

{a} with suspicion, doubtfully
In a suspicious or questionable manner
If you say that one thing looks or sounds suspiciously like another thing, you mean that it probably is that thing, or something very similar to it, although it may be intended to seem different. The tan-coloured dog looks suspiciously like an American pit bull terrier
You can use suspiciously when you are describing something that you think is slightly strange or not as it should be. He lives alone in a suspiciously tidy flat in Notting Hill Gate see also suspicious
in a suspicious manner; questionably, dubiously; with distrust, doubtfully
with suspicion; "she regarded the food suspiciously"
with suspicion; "she regarded the food suspiciously
suspicious
arousing suspicion

His suspicious behaviour brought him to the attention of the police.

suspicious
inclined to doubt or mistrust
suspicious
{a} inclined or liable to suspicion, jealous
Suspicious
suss
suspicious
If you are suspicious of someone or something, you believe that they are probably involved in a crime or some dishonest activity. Two officers on patrol became suspicious of two men in a car A woman kept prisoner in a basement was rescued after suspicious neighbours tipped off police
suspicious
distrustful or tending to suspect
suspicious
Liable to suspicion; adapted to raise suspicion; giving reason to imagine ill; questionable; as, an author of suspicious innovations; suspicious circumstances
suspicious
If you are suspicious of someone or something, you do not trust them, and are careful when dealing with them. He was rightly suspicious of meeting me until I reassured him I was not writing about him He has his father's suspicious nature. + suspiciously sus·pi·cious·ly `What is it you want me to do?' Adams asked suspiciously
suspicious
{s} suspect, shady, dubious; distrustful, doubting, skeptical; expressing suspicion
suspicious
If you describe someone or something as suspicious, you mean that there is some aspect of them which makes you think that they are involved in a crime or a dishonest activity. He reported that two suspicious-looking characters had approached Callendar + suspiciously sus·pi·cious·ly They'll question them as to whether anyone was seen acting suspiciously in the area over the last few days Police were told to arrest voters found with suspiciously large sums of money in their pockets. see also suspiciously
suspicious
openly distrustful and unwilling to confide
suspicious
Indicating suspicion, mistrust, or fear
suspicious
Inclined to suspect; given or prone to suspicion; apt to imagine without proof
suspicious
not as expected; "there was something fishy about the accident"; "up to some funny business"; "some definitely queer goings-on"; "a shady deal"; "her motives were suspect"; "suspicious behavior"
suspicious
expressing suspicion
suspiciously

    الواصلة

    sus·pi·cious·ly

    التركية النطق

    sıspîşısli

    النطق

    /səˈspəsʜəslē/ /səˈspɪʃəsliː/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ s&-'spi-sh&s ] (adjective.) 14th century. suspicious +‎ -ly

    كلمة اليوم

    weeny
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