modest

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English - Turkish
gösterişsiz

Çok gösterişsiz giyinmişti. - He dressed very modestly.

alçakgönüllü

Onun alçakgönüllülüğü saygı duymaya değer.. - His modesty is worth respecting.

En iyi olduğunuzda alçakgönüllü olmak zordur. - It's hard to be modest when you are the best.

{s} mütevazi

Tom mütevazi, değil mi? - Tom is modest, isn't he?

Keşke kızım daha mütevazi elbise giyse. - I wish my daughter would dress more modestly.

tevazu
tutarlı
yalın
mazlum
{s} az (bir miktar)
ılımlı
sade

Tom sadece mütevazi oluyor. - Tom is just being modest.

Belki de Tom sadece mütevazi davranıyor. - Maybe Tom is just being modest.

makul

Geçen yıl fiyatlarda makul bir artış vardı. - There was a modest rise in prices last year.

modestlytevazu ile
ılımlılık
iffetli
{s} alçakgönüllü, mütevazı
modestyalçak gönüllülük
gösterişsizce
mutevazı
iffet
{s} namuslu

O kadar namusludur ki banyo yaparken kendi gözlerini bağlar. - She's so modest that she blindfolds herself when taking a bath.

alçak gönüllü

Bay Smith tanıdığım kadarıyla alçak gönüllü bir adamdı. - Mr Smith, as I knew him, was a modest man.

O her zaman çok alçak gönüllülükle giyinir. - She always dresses very modestly.

sade/ılımlı/alçakgönüllü
modestly
alçakgönüllülükle
modestly
alçak gönüllülükle

O her zaman çok alçak gönüllülükle giyinir. - She always dresses very modestly.

modestly
acizane
make modest
sadeleştir
in a modest manner
mütevazı bir şekilde
modestly
Naçizane
modestly
Tevazu ile, gösterişsiz bir şekilde
modestly
mütevazi olarak
English - English
Avoiding being sexually suggestive
Small, moderate in size

Her latest novel was a modest success.

Not bragging or boasting about oneself or one's achievements, unpretentious, humble
{s} humble, unpretentious, unassuming; moderate; simple, limited; decent or appropriate in thought or dress; not provocatively dressed
{a} chaste, dissident, humble, moderate
limited in size or scope; "a small business"; "a newspaper with a modest circulation"; "small-scale plans"; "a pocket-size country"
Restraining within due limits of propriety; not forward, bold, boastful, or presumptious; rather retiring than pushing one's self forward; not obstructive; as, a modest youth; a modest man
not offensive to sexual mores in conduct or appearance
free from ostentation or pretension; "the restrained elegance of the room"
not bragging or boasting about oneself or ones achievements, unpretentious, humble
approval If you say that someone is modest, you approve of them because they do not talk much about their abilities or achievements. He's modest, as well as being a great player + modestly mod·est·ly `You really must be very good at what you do.' --- `I suppose I am,' Kate said modestly
free from pomp or affectation; "comfortable but modest cottages"; "a simple rectangular brick building"; "a simple man with simple tastes"
Evincing modestly in the actor, author, or speaker; not showing presumption; not excessive or extreme; moderate; as, a modest request; modest joy
not large but sufficient in size or amount; "a modest salary"; "modest inflation"; "helped in my own small way"
marked by simplicity; having a humble opinion of yourself; "a modest apartment"; "too modest to wear his medals"
Observing the proprieties of the sex; not unwomanly in act or bearing; free from undue familiarity, indecency, or lewdness; decent in speech and demeanor; said of a woman
low or inferior in station or quality; "a humble cottage"; "a lowly parish priest"; "a modest man of the people"; "small beginnings"
free from pomp or affectation; "comfortable but modest cottages"; "a simple rectangular brick building"; "a simple man with simple tastes
not offensive to sexual mores in conduct or appearance marked by simplicity; having a humble opinion of yourself; "a modest apartment"; "too modest to wear his medals"
You can describe a woman as modest when she avoids doing or wearing anything that might cause men to have sexual feelings towards her. You can also describe her clothes or behaviour as modest. Asian women are more modest and shy, yet they tend to have an inner force + modestly mod·est·ly She sat down cautiously on the red canvas cushions, knees modestly together
humble in spirit or manner; suggesting retiring mildness or even cowed submissiveness; "meek and self-effacing"
free from ostentation or pretension; "the restrained elegance of the room" not large but sufficient in size or amount; "a modest salary"; "modest inflation"; "helped in my own small way" not offensive to sexual mores in conduct or appearance marked by simplicity; having a humble opinion of yourself; "a modest apartment"; "too modest to wear his medals" free from pomp or affectation; "comfortable but modest cottages"; "a simple rectangular brick building"; "a simple man with simple tastes
You use modest to describe something such as an amount, rate, or improvement which is fairly small. Swiss unemployment rose to the still modest rate of 0.7% The democratic reforms have been modest + modestly mod·est·ly Britain's balance of payments improved modestly last month
A modest house or other building is not large or expensive. the modest home of a family who lived off the land A one-night stay in a modest hotel costs around £35
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Modest Moussorgsky
Mussorgsky, Modest (1839-81) a Russian composer known for his opera Boris Gudonov and for his other works, including Pictures at an Exhibition and Songs and Dances of Death
Modest Mussorgsky
Moussorgsky, Modest. born March 21, 1839, Karevo, Russia died March 28, 1881, St. Petersburg Russian composer. Composing without training in his teens, he met several of the composers with whom he later made up The Five, a group with the common goal of creating a nationalist school of Russian music. He received his first composition lessons from Mily Balakirev in 1857; he soon resigned from his military regiment to devote himself to music. He held a series of government jobs, but his worsening alcoholism eventually made him unemployable. His personal decline was accompanied by maturity as a composer, and he wrote his major works, including the symphonic poem Night on Bald Mountain (1867), the great opera Boris Godunov (1868), and the famous piano cycle Pictures at an Exhibition (1874). His 65 songs describe vivid scenes of Russian life and realistically reproduce the inflections of the spoken Russian language. After Mussorgsky's death, his works were published in drastically edited form, purged of their distinctive starkness and unorthodox harmonies; the original versions were made available in 1928
Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky
born March 21, 1839, Karevo, Russia died March 28, 1881, St. Petersburg Russian composer. Composing without training in his teens, he met several of the composers with whom he later made up The Five, a group with the common goal of creating a nationalist school of Russian music. He received his first composition lessons from Mily Balakirev in 1857; he soon resigned from his military regiment to devote himself to music. He held a series of government jobs, but his worsening alcoholism eventually made him unemployable. His personal decline was accompanied by maturity as a composer, and he wrote his major works, including the symphonic poem Night on Bald Mountain (1867), the great opera Boris Godunov (1868), and the famous piano cycle Pictures at an Exhibition (1874). His 65 songs describe vivid scenes of Russian life and realistically reproduce the inflections of the spoken Russian language. After Mussorgsky's death, his works were published in drastically edited form, purged of their distinctive starkness and unorthodox harmonies; the original versions were made available in 1928
Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky
{i} (1835-1881) Russian musical composer (known primarily for the operas "Boris Godunov" and "Khovanshchina" and his musical piece "Pictures from an Exhibition")
modest request
reasonable request
Modest.
chaste
modestly
{a} with modesty, chastely, dissidently
being modest
being humble, being unassuming, being unpretentious, being reserved
modestly
in a modest manner; "the dissertation was entitled, modestly, `Remarks about a play by Shakespeare'"
modestly
in a modest manner; "the dissertation was entitled, modestly, `Remarks about a play by Shakespeare'
modestly
In a modest manner
modestly
in a modest fashion; humbly, unpretentiously, unassumingly; moderately; in a limited manner; appropriately, decently
Turkish - English

Definition of modest in Turkish English dictionary

eteki temiz chaste, modest
(woman)
etekini göstermez very modest, virtuous
(woman)
modest
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