polite

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} nazik

Tom beş dil konuşuyor ama onların hiçbirinde nasıl nazik olunacağını bilmiyor. - Tom speaks five languages, but doesn't know how to be polite in any of them.

Tom Mary'ye karşı nazik değildi. - Tom wasn't polite to Mary.

kibar

Yaşlılarınıza karşı kibar olmalısınız. - You must be polite to your elders.

Konuşurken birinin sözünü kesmek kibarlık değildir. - It is not polite to interrupt someone while he is talking.

kibar/terbiyeli/nazik
incelik

Bana hemen yanıt yazması inceliktir. - It is polite of her to write me back at once.

yüksek seviyede
rikkatli
{s} terbiyeli

Bu sınıftaki tüm çocuklar çok terbiyelidir. - All the children in this class are very polite.

kibarlık

Biri yemeğini yemeden önce afiyet olsun demek kibarlıktır. - It's polite to say itadakimasu before eating one's meal.

Tom onun akşam yemeği için yaptığını beğendiğini söyledi fakat o sadece kibarlık yapıyordu. - Tom said he liked what she had made for dinner, but he was only being polite.

{s} ince

Japonlar genellikle incedirler. - Japanese people in general are polite.

Bana hemen yanıt yazması inceliktir. - It is polite of her to write me back at once.

politenessnezaket
politelynezaketle
incelikli
efendi
edepli
politely
kibarca

Daha kibarca konuşmalıydın. - You should have talked more politely.

Tom ve Mary birbirlerini kibarca selamladılar. - Tom and Mary nodded to each other politely.

politeness
{i} nezaket

Erdem, belki de sadece ruhun nezaketidir. - Virtue, perhaps, is nothing more than politeness of soul.

Bu Japon nezaketi ve Amerikan nezaketi arasındaki farktan kaynaklanmaktadır.. - This is because of the difference between Japanese politeness and American politeness.

politeness
{i} naziklik
polite arts
ince sanatlar
polite behavior
kibar davranış
polite letters
edebiyat
polite letters
yazın
polite literature
kibar edebiyat
polite form
(Dilbilim) incelikli biçim
polite society
sosyete
polite society
kibarlar
politeness
edep
politeness
efendilik
politeness
nazikane
politeness
{i} incelik
politeness
himmet
politeness
iltifat
politeness
kibarlık
politeness
terbiyelilik
be polite
nazik olmak
be polite to
kibar davranmalarını
more polite
daha kibar
most polite
en kibar
not polite
kibar değil
over-polite
aşırı kibar
politely
nazikane
politely
nazikçe

Tom'un davetini ellerinden geldiğince nazikçe reddettiler. - They declined Tom's invitation as politely as they could.

Tom nazikçe içeceği kabul etti. - Tom politely accepted the drink.

un polite
un nazik
do the polite
görevi gereği nezaket göstermek
do the polite
nezaket taslamak
do the polite thing
görevi gereği nezaket göstermek
politely
nezaketle
politely
edepli edepli
politeness
terbiye
politeness
ertem
politeness
terbiye/nezaket
pretentiously polite person
kibarlık budalası
Englisch - Englisch
Well-mannered, civilized
Smooth, polished, burnished
{a} desirous to please, of genteel manners, well bred
not rude; marked by satisfactory (or especially minimal) adherence to social usages and sufficient but not noteworthy consideration for others; "even if he didn't like them he should have been civil"- W S Maugham
marked by refinement in taste and manners; "cultivated speech"; "cultured Bostonians"; "cultured tastes"; "a genteel old lady"; "polite society"
Characterized by refinement, or a high degree of finish; as, polite literature
Well-mannered, friendly, civilized
Smooth and refined in behavior or manners; well bred; courteous; complaisant; obliging; civil
Smooth; polished
showing regard for others in manners, speech, behavior, etc
{s} courteous, having good manners; gentle, genial, kind
You can refer to people who consider themselves to be socially superior and to set standards of behaviour for everyone else as polite society or polite company. Certain words are vulgar and not acceptable in polite society
Someone who is polite has good manners and behaves in a way that is socially correct and not rude to other people. Everyone around him was trying to be polite, but you could tell they were all bored It's not polite to point or talk about strangers in public Gately, a quiet and very polite young man, made a favourable impression I hate having to make polite conversation. rude + politely po·lite·ly `Your home is beautiful,' I said politely rudely + politeness po·lite·ness She listened to him, but only out of politeness
To polish; to refine; to render polite
polite fiction
A social scenario in which all participants are aware of a truth, but pretend to believe in some alternative version of events to avoid conflict or embarrassment

Susan is only able to deal with the fact that her husband has sex with the man down the street through a filter of polite fiction. She knows what her husband is really doing when he says he is going to buy cigarettes.

polite society
That portion of society that is concerned with (or cares about) etiquette and proper behavior, with politeness

His antics might be accepted by backwoods dwellers, but in polite society he appeared uncouth.

polite society
The elite or upper crust of society

The members of polite society had become inbred in behavior, living by outdated rules and concerned with dusty glories and old feuds.

polite service
courteous assistance
politeness
complaisance
politely
{a} genteelly, elegantly, civilly, neatly
politeness
{n} gentility, good breeding, elegance, civilities proceeding from a desire to please
Politeness
politesse
do the polite
pretend to be courteous or polite
over-polite
excessively polite, overly courteous
politely
In a polite manner; with politeness
politely
in a polite manner
politely
courteously, with good manners; genially, gently, nicely
politely
in a polite manner; "the policeman answered politely, `Now look here, lady
politely
in a polite manner; "the policeman answered politely, `Now look here, lady '"
politely
In a polished manner; so as to be smooth or glossy
politeness
The quality or state of being polite; refinement of manners; urbanity; courteous behavior; complaisance; obliging attentions
politeness
n The most acceptable hypocrisy
politeness
civility
politeness
be careful to avoid derogatory words as they are rude about something or someone An example is 'puerile', which means silly and childish
politeness
{i} courtesy, state of having good manners; geniality, nicety, gentleness
politeness
the act of showing regard for others
politeness
High finish; smoothness; burnished elegance
politeness
the act of showing regard for others a courteous manner that respects accepted social usage
politeness
a courteous manner that respects accepted social usage
politeness
The act of being polite
politer
comparative of polite
politest
superlative of polite
polite
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