remorseful

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} vicdan azabı çeken
pişman

Fadıl suçlarından dolayı çok pişmandı. - Fadil was remorseful for his crimes.

Dan bile pişman görünmüyordu. - Dan didn't even appear remorseful.

pişmanlık duyan
vicdan azabı halinde olma
vicdan azabı çekerek
yeis derecesinde pişman olan
remorsefulness nedamet
remorsefullynedametle
{s} çok pişman

Sami çok pişmandı ve gerçeği söyledi. - Sami was very remorseful and he told the truth.

Fadıl suçlarından dolayı çok pişmandı. - Fadil was remorseful for his crimes.

remorse
pişmanlık

O kesinlikle hiçbir pişmanlık belirtisi göstermedi. - She showed absolutely no sign of remorse.

Suçu için hiç pişmanlık göstermedi. - He exhibited no remorse for his crime.

remorse
büyük pişmanlık
remorse
vicdan

Tom Mary'nin arabasını çaldıktan sonra vicdan azabıyla doluydu ve bir kalemde sildi. - Tom was full of remorse after stealing Mary's car and writing it off.

remorse
kahır
remorse
vicdan azabı

Tom Mary'nin arabasını çaldıktan sonra vicdan azabıyla doluydu ve bir kalemde sildi. - Tom was full of remorse after stealing Mary's car and writing it off.

remorsefully
pişmanlık duyarak
Englisch - Englisch
Feeling or filled with remorse

He was so remorseful that he voluntarily paid full restitution.

Expressing or caused by remorse

There was a remorseful look on her face.

{a} tender, compassionate, pitiful, kind
{s} regretful, sorrowful, characterized by feelings of guilt
Exciting pity; pitiable
If you are remorseful, you feel very guilty and sorry about something wrong that you have done. He was genuinely remorseful. + remorsefully re·morse·ful·ly `My poor wife!' he said, remorsefully
feeling or expressing pain or sorrow for sins or offenses
Compassionate; feeling tenderly
Full of remorse
remorse
Sorrow; pity; compassion

Presented to the tears of soft remorse.

remorsefully
Done with remorse; in a remorseful manner
remorse
{n} uneasiness, sting, check, tenderness
Remorse
commorse
remorse
a feeling of deep regret (usually for some misdeed)
remorse
Remorse is a strong feeling of sadness and regret about something wrong that you have done. He was full of remorse. a strong feeling of being sorry that you have done something very bad regret (remors, from remordere )
remorse
Sympathetic sorrow; pity; compassion
remorse
A feeling of regret or sadness for doing wrong or sinning
remorse
{i} regret, sorrow, guilty feeling, compunction
remorse
The anguish, like gnawing pain, excited by a sense of guilt; compunction of conscience for a crime committed, or for the sins of one's past life
remorsefully
regretfully, sorrowfully, with feelings of guilt
remorsefully
in a rueful manner; "`I made a big mistake,' he said ruefully"
remorsefulness
{i} regretfulness, sorrowfulness, state of having feelings of guilt
remorseful
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