mischievousness

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Englisch - Türkisch
yaramazlık
afacanlık
zararlılık
hainlik
zararlilik
(isim) yaramazlık
hınzırlık
mischievous
{s} yaramaz

Tom oldukça yaramaz bir çocuktur. - Tom is quite a mischievous child.

O sınıfındaki herhangi bir erkek çocuğu kadar yaramazdı. - He was as mischievous as any boy in the class.

mischievous
afacan

O afacan olmayı seviyor. - He likes to be mischievous.

Tom Mary'ye afacan bir gülümseme verdi. - Tom gave Mary a mischievous smile.

mischievous
haylaz

Tom haylaz bir ruh hali içinde. - Tom is in a mischievous mood.

Tom haylaz bir oğlan. - Tom is a mischievous boy.

mischievousness, devilishness
yaramazlık, devilishness
mischievous
zararlı/yaramaz
mischievous
{s} zarar verici
mischievous
{s} zararlı
mischievous
fesat
mischievous
ele avuca sığmaz
mischievous
zarar verecek şekilde
mischievous
muzip

Muzip küçük çocuk, babasını çok sevdi. - The mischievous little boy loved his dad very much.

mischievous
uslu durmayan
mischievous
sinsi
mischievous
hain
mischievous
{s} yaramaz, uslu durmayan; haşarı
mischievous
mischievouslyyaramazca
mischievous
zarar vermek niyetiyle
Englisch - Englisch
The characteristic of being mischievous; the tendency to make mischief
{n} wickedness, maliciousness
{i} naughtiness; harmfulness; naughty behavior that is not spiteful; playfully annoying disposition
mischievous
Troublesome, cheeky, badly behaved

Matthew had a twin brother called Edward, who was always mischievous and badly behaved.

mischievous
Causing mischief; injurious
mischievous
maleficent
mischievous
fond of tricks
mischievous
{a} hurtfully, wickedly, vilely
Mischievous
mischiefable
Mischievous
mischiefful
mischievous
naughtily or annoyingly playful; "teasing and worrying with impish laughter"
mischievous
Causing mischief; harmful; hurtful; now often applied where the evil is done carelessly or in sport; as, a mischievous child
mischievous
Causing mischief; troublesome, cheeky, badly-behaved
mischievous
A mischievous person likes to have fun by playing harmless tricks on people or doing things they are not supposed to do. She rocks back and forth on her chair like a mischievous child + mischievously mis·chie·vous·ly Kathryn winked mischievously
mischievous
deliberately causing harm or damage; "mischievous rumors and falsehoods"
mischievous
{s} naughty, teasing; harmful, destructive; playfully annoying, vexing
mischievous
badly behaved; "he was saucy and mischievous in school"; "a naughty boy"
mischievous
badly behaved; "he was saucy and mischievous in school"; "a naughty boy" deliberately causing harm or damage; "mischievous rumors and falsehoods
mischievous
A mischievous act or suggestion is intended to cause trouble. a mischievous campaign by the press to divide the ANC = malicious + mischievously mis·chie·vous·ly That does not require `massive' military intervention, as some have mischievously claimed
mischievous
unhappy
mischievous
deliberately causing harm or damage; "mischievous rumors and falsehoods
mischievous
elfish
mischievousness
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