hesitate

listen to the pronunciation of hesitate
Englisch - Türkisch
tereddüt etmek
duraksamak
{f} tereddüd etmek
{f} çekinmek
ikirciklenmek
(Politika, Siyaset) şüpheye düşmek
duralamak
duraklamak
tereddüt et

Yağmur yağdığı için, Nancy dışarı çıkmaya tereddüt etti. - Since it was raining, Nancy hesitated to go out.

Tom hiç tereddüt etmedi. - Tom didn't hesitate at all.

{f} teklemek
tereddüte düşmek
duruksamak
hesitation
tereddüt

Tereddüt etmeden karısına gerçeği söyledi. - Without hesitation, he told his wife the truth.

O, hiç tereddüt etmeden kendi arabasını sattı. - He sold his own car without hesitation.

hesitate (latin america)
(Latin Amerika) tereddüt
hesitate about
hakkında tereddüt
hesitate of
bir tereddüt
hesitate, shilly shally
Kararsız shally tereddüt
hesitatingly
tereddüt ederek
hesitation
tereddüd
hesitation
ikircik
hesitation
ikircim
hesitation
duraklama
hesitation
duraksama

Mary duraksamadan buz gibi suya atladı. - Mary jumped into the icy water without hesitation.

Gerçek dövüşte, duraksamanın çok tehlikeli bir şey olduğunu unutmamalısın. - In real combat, you must not forget that hesitation is a very dangerous thing.

past of hesitate
tereddüt geçmiş
hesitating
tereddüt eden
hesitating
tereddüt et
hesitatingly
duraksayarak
hesitatingly
tereddüdle
hesitation
{i} takılma
hesitation
çekinme

Tom çekinmeden arabasını sattı. - Tom sold his car without hesitation.

Mary çekinmeden buzlu suya atladı. - Mary jumped into the icy water without hesitation.

not to hesitate
çekinmemek
to hesitate
ikirciklenmek
to hesitate
duraksamak
to hesitate
duruksamak
Englisch - Englisch
To stop or pause respecting decision or action; to be in suspense or uncertainty as to a determination

He hesitated whether to accept the offer or not; men often hesitate in forming a judgment.

To stammer; to falter in speaking
To utter with hesitation or to intimate by a reluctant manner

Just hint a fault, and hesitate dislike.

{v} to pause, delay, doubt, stammer
{f} waver, be uncertain, be indecisive; stammer, falter (in speech or movement)
interrupt temporarily an activity before continuing; "The speaker paused"
If you hesitate, you do not speak or act for a short time, usually because you are uncertain, embarrassed, or worried about what you are going to say or do. The telephone rang. Catherine hesitated, debating whether to answer it + hesitation hesitations hesi·ta·tion Asked if he would go back, Mr Searle said after some hesitation, `I'll have to think about that'
interrupt temporarily an activity before continuing; "The speaker paused
To utter with hesitation or to intimate by a reluctant manner. [Poetic & R.]
pause or hold back in uncertainty or unwillingness; "Authorities hesitate to quote exact figures" interrupt temporarily an activity before continuing; "The speaker paused
You can use hesitate in expressions such as `don't hesitate to call me' or `don't hesitate to contact us' when you are telling someone that they should do something as soon as it needs to be done and should not worry about disturbing other people. In the event of difficulties, please do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Department
If you hesitate to do something, you delay doing it or are unwilling to do it, usually because you are not certain it would be right. If you do not hesitate to do something, you do it immediately. Some parents hesitate to take these steps because they suspect that their child is exaggerating
To stop or pause respecting decision or action; to be in suspense or uncertainty as to a determination; as, he hesitated whether to accept the offer or not; men often hesitate in forming a judgment
pause or hold back in uncertainty or unwillingness; "Authorities hesitate to quote exact figures"
hesitated
Simple past tense and past participle of hesitate
hesitation
vacillation
hesitation
{n} a doubt, a stop in speech
Hesitating
hesitatory
hesitated
past of hesitate
hesitater
{i} one who hesitates, one who wavers or is irresolute
hesitates
third-person singular of hesitate
hesitating
lacking decisiveness of character; unable to act or decide quickly or firmly; "stood irresolute waiting for some inspiration"
hesitating
{s} indecisive, hesitant, vacillating, irresolute, faltering
hesitating
present participle of hesitate
hesitatingly
With hesitation or doubt
hesitatingly
indecisively, vacillatingly, in an irresolute manner, falteringly
hesitatingly
with hesitation; in a hesitant manner; "he finally accepted hesitantly"
hesitatingly
In a hesitating manner
hesitation
Joseph
hesitation
the act of pausing uncertainly; "there was a hesitation in his speech" indecision in speech or action
hesitation
Feelings of loss of control
hesitation
a certain degree of unwillingness; "a reluctance to commit himself"; "after some hesitation he agreed"
hesitation
Hesitation is an unwillingness to do something, or a delay in doing it, because you are uncertain, worried, or embarrassed about it. He promised there would be no more hesitations in pursuing reforms. the prime minister's hesitation to accept a ceasefire. see also hesitate
hesitation
An action in which progression is temporarily suspended or checked; the weight being held on the supporting foot for one or more beats
hesitation
{i} hesitating, pausing; stammering, faltering
hesitation
indecision in speech or action
hesitation
An act of hesitating; suspension of opinion or action; doubt; vacillation
hesitation
emphasis If you say that someone does something without hesitation, you are emphasizing that they do it immediately and willingly. The great majority of players would, of course, sign the contract without hesitation. when someone hesitates
hesitation
the act of pausing uncertainly; "there was a hesitation in his speech"
hesitation
A faltering in speech; stammering
hesitation
The term used to describe a problem in drivability The engine momentarily fails to respond to a push on the accelerator The cause is usually a lean fuel-air mixture (i e , more air than fuel) or retarded timing
hesitation
The act of hesitating; suspension of opinion or action; doubt; vacillation
hesitation
emphasis If you say that you have no hesitation in doing something, you are emphasizing that you will do it immediately or willingly because you are certain that it is the right thing to do. The board said it had no hesitation in unanimously rejecting the offer
to hesitate
haver
Türkisch - Englisch
hold back
hesitate
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