narrow minded

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Englisch - Türkisch
bağnaz
Dar kafalı, sabit fikirli
eski kafalı
dar görüşlü
geri kafalı
myopic
miyop
narrow-minded
sığ görüşlü
narrowminded
bağnaz
myopic
(Optik) uzakgörmez
narrow-minded
dar görüşlü

Tom dar görüşlü görünüyor. - Tom seems to be narrow-minded.

Tom çok dar görüşlü, değil mi? - Tom is very narrow-minded, isn't he?

narrow-minded
eski kafalı

Eski kafalı olmaktan vazgeç. - Stop being narrow-minded.

narrow-minded
bağnaz

Tom gerçekten bağnaz, değil mi? - Tom is really narrow-minded, isn't he?

myopic
{s} uzağı göremeyen
myopic
(Tıp) Miyopiye ait
myopic
(Tıp) Uzaktan iyi görmeyen
narrow-minded
kısa görüşlü
narrowminded
dar fikirli
narrowminded
dar görüşlü
Englisch - Englisch
having a limited perspective, prejudiced
myopic
having restricted or rigid views, and being unreceptive to new ideas
intolerant, bigoted or prejudiced
characterized by illiberal views or sentiments
narrowminded
{a} meanspirited, ungenerous
narrow-minded
disapproval If you describe someone as narrow-minded, you are criticizing them because they are unwilling to consider new ideas or other people's opinions. a narrow-minded bigot. broad-minded + narrow-mindedness narrow-mindedness It is unbelievable that as a result of this narrow-mindedness a group of people should suffer. unwilling to accept or understand new or different ideas, opinions, or customs = prejudiced   broadminded
narrow-minded
lacking tolerance or flexibility or breadth of view; "a brilliant but narrow-minded judge"; "narrow opinions"
narrow-minded
capable of being shocked
narrow-minded
rigidly adhering to a particular sect or its doctrines
narrow-minded attitude
state of not being open to new ideas
narrow-minded behavior
behavior that shows a tendency to be closed to new ideas
narrowminded
Of narrow mental scope; illiberal; mean
narrow minded

    Silbentrennung

    nar·row mind·ed

    Türkische aussprache

    närō mayndıd

    Aussprache

    /ˈnarō ˈmīndəd/ /ˈnæroʊ ˈmaɪndəd/

    Etymologie

    [ 'nar-(")O ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English narowe, from Old English nearu; akin to Old High German narwa scar.

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