tactless

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Englisch - Türkisch
patavatsız
{s} takttan yoksun, patavatsız, inceliksiz
nezaketsiz
sezinçsiz
düşüncesiz
densiz
Nezaketsiz, inceliksiz, patavatsız, kaba
tactlesslyz nezaketsizce
tactlessnesskabalık
{s} kaba
nezaketsizlik
sözünü bilmez
taktsız
tactless or undiplomatic
patavatsız veya dobra
tact
nabza göre şerbet verme
tact
ortama göre davranma

Aklında ne olduğunu her zaman söylemek zorunda değilsin; bazen ortama göre davranma tarafsızlığı bastırır. - You don't always have to say what's on your mind; sometimes tact trumps candor.

tactlessly
patavatsızca
tactlessly
düşüncesizce
tact
ince bir anlayış
tact
denlilik
tact
ince bir nezaket
tact
düşüncelilik
tact
davranış inceliği
tact
zarafet
tact
zaman ve durumun gerektirdiği biçimdeki davranış
tact
insanlarla anlaşabilme yetisi
tactlessness
densizlik
tactlessness
düşüncesizlik
tactlessness
nezaketsizlik
tact
takt

Taktiklerimizi değiştirmek zorunda kaldık. - We were forced to change our tactics.

Bir ünlü taktisyen, Christopher Columbus bir zamanlar onların tüm sebze ve meyvelerini çalarak, böylece onlara iskorbüt vererek tüm korsan filosunu yok etti, - A renowned tactician, Christopher Columbus once downed an entire pirate fleet by stealing all of their fruits and vegetables, thus giving them scurvy.

tact
incelik
tactlessness
patavatsızlık
TACT
(Askeri) taktik hava kontrol timi (tactical aviation control team)
tact
vakit ve halin icabına göre hareket
tact
diplomasi/incelik
tact
den

Futbol yöneticisi ayrıntılı bir yeni taktik denedi, ancak başarıya ulaşmadı. - The football manager tried an elaborate new tactic but it didn't come off.

tact
sezinç
tact
dokunma
tact
dokunma duyusu
tactlessness
(isim) patavatsızlık
Englisch - Englisch
having no tact; unaware or intentionally inconsiderate of someone else's feelings

It was tactless of you not to attend your sister's wedding.

If you describe someone as tactless, you think what they say or do is likely to offend other people. He had alienated many people with his tactless remarks. tactful. likely to upset or embarrass someone without intending to   tactful
{s} lacking tact, undiplomatic, showing a lack of skill in dealing with others
lacking or showing a lack of what is fitting and considerate in dealing with others; "in the circumstances it was tactless to ask her age"
revealing lack of perceptiveness or judgment or finesse; "an inept remark"; "it was tactless to bring up those disagreeable"
Destitute of tact
showing skill in handling difficult situations lacking or showing a lack of what is fitting and considerate in dealing with others; "in the circumstances it was tactless to ask her age
having no tact; unaware or intentionally inconsiderate of someone elses feelings
showing skill in handling difficult situations
tact
The stroke in beating time
tact
Careful consideration in dealing with others to avoid giving offense
tactlessly
In a tactless manner; in a manner intentionally inconsiderate of another's feelings
tactlessness
The result or product of being tactless
tactlessness
The state or quality of being tactless

His tactlessness combined with his bluntness made him many enemies.

tact
fine or ready mental discernment shown in saying or doing the proper thing
tact
Quality that allows a rider to instantly and permanently find the best terms of communication with any horse he or she rides To act where needed, when needed and with the right measure of force
tact
Tact is the ability to avoid upsetting or offending people by being careful not to say or do things that would hurt their feelings. On this occasion the press have not been intrusive and they have shown great tact. = diplomacy. the ability to be careful about what you say or do, so that you do not upset or embarrass other people tactful, tactless tactless (from tactus, from tangere )
tact
The sense of touch; feeling
tact
TACT stands for The Air Cargo Tariff It is published by IAP -- International Airlines Publications, an IATA company Click here for more information » Back to top of screen
tact
Sensitive mental touch; peculiar skill or faculty; nice perception or discernment; ready power of appreciating and doing what is required by circumstances
tact
The ability to close your mouth before someone else wants to
tact
diplomacy, as in: This difficult situation must be handled with tact and sensitivity
tact
{i} diplomacy, ability to skillfully deal with people, finesse; sense of what is proper or appropriate, taste
tact
Discussions between Australia and NZ officials on Technical and Administrative Cooperation in Transport
tact
consideration in dealing with others and avoiding giving offence
tactlessly
in a tactless manner
tactlessly
without tact; in a tactless manner; "at the moment of the murder, he is standing in front of television cameras and talking tactlessly
tactlessness
the quality of lacking tact
tactlessness
{i} lack of tact, lack of diplomacy, social ineptness
tactlessness
The property of lacking tact, of being tactless
tactless
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