discomfited

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Englisch - Türkisch
yenilmiş
yen(mek)
discomfit
mağlup etmek
discomfit
şaşırtmak
discomfit
bozmak
discomfit
yen
discomfit
sinir etmek
discomfit
bozum etmek
discomfit
yenmek
discomfit
mosmor etmek
discomfit
boz

Endişelenme. Şakan beni gerçekten bozmadı. - Don't worry. Your joke did not really discomfit me.

discomfit
şaşkınlık
discomfit
discomfiture rahatsızlık
discomfit
yenilgi
discomfit
bozgun
discomfit
hezimet
discomfit
{f} mosmor etmek (Argo)
Englisch - Englisch
people who are defeated; "the Romans had no pity for the defeated"
caused to feel self-conscious and uncomfortable; "was discomfited by the personal questions"; "the child felt embarrassed by the attention of the adults
disappointingly unsuccessful; "disappointed expectations and thwarted ambitions"; "their foiled attempt to capture Calais"; "many frustrated poets end as pipe-smoking teachers"; "his best efforts were thwarted"
past of discomfit
discomfit
To embarrass greatly; to confuse

She is a pretty, silly girl: but are you apprehensive that her titter will discomfit the old lady?.

discomfit
To defeat completely; to rout

And Joshua discomfited Amalek and his people with the edge of the sword.

discomfit
to put to confusion
discomfit
{v} to defeat, overthrow, vanquish
discomfit
{n} a defeat, an overthrow
Discomfit
scomfit
discomfit
Rout; overthrow; discomfiture
discomfit
To break up and frustrate the plans of; to balk&?; to throw into perplexity and dejection; to disconcert
discomfit
To defeat the plans or hopes of; to frustrate
discomfit
To scatter in fight; to put to rout; to defeat
discomfit
If you are discomfited by something, it causes you to feel slightly embarrassed or confused. He will be particularly discomfited by the minister's dismissal of his plan The opposition leader has regularly discomfited him in parliament. + discomfited dis·com·fit·ed Will wanted to do likewise, but felt too discomfited. to make someone feel slightly uncomfortable, annoyed, or embarrassed (desconfit, past participle of desconfire , from confire )
discomfit
cause to lose one's composure
discomfit
Discomfited; overthrown
discomfit
{f} confuse, perplex; frustrate or hinder; thwart
discomfited

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    Etymologie

    [ dis-'k&m(p)-f&t, es ] (transitive verb.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old French desconfit, past participle of desconfire, from des- dis- + confire to prepare; more at COMFIT.

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