flattering

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} pohpohla

Pohpohlayan bir arkadaş senin en kötü düşmanındır. - A flattering friend is your worst enemy.

{i} pohpohlama
pohpohlayarak
{s} pohpohlayan

Pohpohlayan bir arkadaş senin en kötü düşmanındır. - A flattering friend is your worst enemy.

{s} olduğundan güzel gösteren
{s} yaltaklanan
{s} metheden
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{f} pohpohlamak

O beni pohpohlamak istedi. - She wanted to flatter me.

Onu pohpohlamak istedim. - I wanted to flatter her.

flatter
dalkavukluk etmek
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{f} yağ yakmak
flatter
gururunu okşamak
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{f} övmek
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{f} göklere çıkarmak
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yalakalık etmek
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{f} pohpohlamak, koltuklamak, samimi olmayan iltifatlarda bulunmak
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dil dökmek
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kuyruk sallamak
flatter
etek öpmek
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methiye
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pehpehlemek
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(Tıp) flater
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methetmek
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koltuklamak
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zannetmek
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okşamak
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yağlamak
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pohpohla

Pohpohlanmış olduğumu söylemeliyim. - I must say I'm flattered.

Onu pohpohlarsan, her şeyi yapar. - If you flatter him, he'll do anything.

flatter
{f} kompliman yapmak

O bana kompliman yapmak istedi. - He wanted to flatter me.

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(fotoğraf ya da resimde) olduğundan daha güzel göstermek
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memnun etmek
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{f} olduğundan güzel göstermek
self-flattering
Kendini öven, kendini metheden
self-flattering
Given to self-flattery
flatter
yağ çekmek
flatter
göklere
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slang yaltaklanmak
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ümit vermek
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slang yağcı
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flatterer dalkavuk
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ümit etmek
polar flattering
(Coğrafya) kutup basıklığı
Englisch - Englisch
Attractive or good-looking; that makes one look good

The dress really did not look very flattering on her figure.

Instances of flattery
The action of the verb to flatter
Present participle of flatter
{n} false or empty praise
If someone's remarks are flattering, they praise you and say nice things about you. There were pleasant and flattering obituaries about him. clothes, pictures etc that are flattering make someone look as attractive as they can or make something as good as possible, even if it is not really very good
tending to reveal or represent favorably
That flatters (in the various senses of the verb); as, a flattering speech
{s} praising, complimenting
{i} act of praising, act of complimenting
If something is flattering, it makes you appear more attractive. Some styles are so flattering that they instantly become classics It wasn't a very flattering photograph
flattering one's ego
cause one to feel important, give one a good feeling
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A type of set tool used by blacksmiths
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To convey notions of the facts that are believed to be favorable to the hearer without certainty of the truthfulness of the notions conveyed
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Comparative form of flat: more flat
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To portray something to advantage
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To compliment someone, often insincerely and sometimes to win favour
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Someone who flattens, purposely or accidently. Also flattener
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To enhance someone's vanity by praising them
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{v} to sooth, praise, give false hopes
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praise somewhat dishonestly
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If something flatters you, it makes you appear more attractive. Orange and khaki flatter those with golden skin tones My philosophy of fashion is that I like to make clothes that flatter. see also flat, flattered, flattering
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To portray too favorably; to give a too favorable idea of; as, his portrait flatters him
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If you flatter yourself that something good is the case, you believe that it is true, although others may disagree. If someone says to you `you're flattering yourself' or `don't flatter yourself', they mean that they disagree with your good opinion of yourself. I flatter myself that this campaign will put an end to the war You flatter yourself. Why would we go to such ludicrous lengths?
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disapproval If someone flatters you, they praise you in an exaggerated way that is not sincere, because they want to please you or to persuade you to do something. I knew she was just flattering me. a story of how the president flattered and feted him into taking his side
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{f} praise, compliment
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To treat with praise or blandishments; to gratify or attempt to gratify the self-love or vanity of, esp
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To portray something to advantage. To convey notions of the facts that are believed to be favorable to the hearer without certainty of the truthfulness of the notions conveyed
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To use flattery or insincere praise
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A drawplate with a narrow, rectangular orifice, for drawing flat strips, as watch springs, etc
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A type of hammer used by blacksmiths
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To raise hopes in; to encourage or favorable, but sometimes unfounded or deceitful, representations
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One who, or that which, makes flat or flattens
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by artful and interested commendation or attentions; to blandish; to cajole; to wheedle
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{i} person or thing that flattens; blacksmith's hammer (used to flatten metal)
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A flat-faced fulling hammer
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comparative of flat
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To enhance someones vanity by praising them
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