obsequiousness

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English - Turkish
yağcılık
yaltakçılık
dalkavukluk
Obsequious
mutabasbıs
obsequious
şakşakçı
obsequious
yaltakça
obsequious
yaltak

O, üstlerine karşı yaltaklık ederek davranır. - She behaves obsequiously toward superiors.

Yaltakçı insanlar beni rahatsız hissettiriyor. - Obsequious people make me feel uncomfortable.

obsequious
dalkavukça
obsequious
itaatkâr
obsequious
dalkavukluk eden
obsequious
boyun eğen
obsequious
yaltakçı

Yaltakçı insanlar beni rahatsız hissettiriyor. - Obsequious people make me feel uncomfortable.

O üstlerine karşı yaltakçı ve astlarına karşı kibirlidir. - He is obsequious to the higher ups and arrogant towards his underlings.

obsequious
yağcı
obsequious
aşırı saygılı
obsequious
obsequiously dalkavukluk ederek
obsequious
itaatkar
obsequious
aşırı derecede itaatli
obsequious
obsequiousness dalkavukluk
obsequious
fazla boyun eğmiş
English - English
Servile compliance
The quality of being obsequious
{n} ready obedience, complasance
The quality or state of being obsequious
{i} self-abasement; surrender; excessive obedience
abject or cringing submissiveness
obsequy
obsequience
obsequious
Excessively eager to please or to obey all instructions; fawning, subservient

Translation falls especially short of this conceit which carries the whole flamboyance of the Spanish language. It was intended as an obsequious flattery of the Condesa, and was untrue.

obsequious
Obedient, compliant with someone else's orders or wishes
obsequious
showing a servile readiness to fall in with the wishes or will of another
obsequious
{a} obedient, complasant, ready
obsequious
Of or pertaining to obsequies; funereal
obsequious
Excessively eager to please or to obey all instructions
obsequious
Servilely or meanly attentive; compliant to excess; cringing; fawning; as, obsequious flatterer, parasite
obsequious
attentive in an ingratiating or servile manner; "obsequious shop assistants
obsequious
Promptly obedient, or submissive, to the will of another; compliant; yielding to the desires of another; devoted
obsequious
Fawning or subservient
obsequious
attentive in an ingratiating or servile manner; "obsequious shop assistants"
obsequious
{s} overly attentive; fawning; servile
obsequious
disapproval If you describe someone as obsequious, you are criticizing them because they are too eager to help or agree with someone more important than them. Barrow was positively obsequious to me until he learnt that I too was the son of a labouring man. = servile + obsequiously ob·se·qui·ous·ly He smiled and bowed obsequiously to Winger. + obsequiousness ob·se·qui·ous·ness I told him to get lost and leave me alone and his tone quickly changed from obsequiousness to outright anger. very eager to please or agree with people who are powerful - used in order to show disapproval = servile (obsequiosus, from obsequium , from obsequi , from sequi )
obsequious
attempting to win favor from influential people by flattery
obsequiousness

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    [ &b-'sE-kwE-&s, äb ] (adjective.) 15th century. Middle English, compliant, from Latin obsequiosus, from obsequium compliance, from obsequi to comply, from ob- toward + sequi to follow; more at OB-, SUE.

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