vaguely

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English - Turkish
belirsiz bir şekilde
z. belirsiz bir şekilde; belli belirsiz; hayal meyal: I vaguely remember him. Onu hayal meyal hatırlıyorum
belli belirsiz

Belli belirsiz tanıdık geliyor. - Sounds vaguely familiar.

Tom belli belirsiz mahcup görünüyordu. - Tom looked vaguely embarrassed.

vaguely feasible
uygulanabilirliği belirsiz olan
vaguely feasible
yapılabilirliği/gerçekleştirilebilirliği şüpheli/belirsiz
vague
{s} belirsiz

Belli belirsiz tanıdık geliyor. - Sounds vaguely familiar.

O belirsiz bir cevap verdi. - She gave a vague answer.

vague
{s} hayal meyal

Onunla karşılaştığımı hayal meyal hatırlıyorum. - I vaguely remember meeting him.

Tom Mary ile tanıştığını hayal meyal hatırlıyor. - Tom vaguely remembers meeting Mary.

vague
belirsizlik
vague
{s} müphem
vague
belgisiz
vague
üstü kapalı
vague
bellisiz
vague
anlaşılmaz

Tom anlaşılmaz davranıyor, değil mi? - Tom is being vague, isn't he?

Tom oldukça anlaşılmaz davranıyor, değil mi? - Tom is being quite vague, isn't he?

vague
{s} belirsiz, müphem, muğlak; bulanık
vague
{s} kararsız

O, yapmak istediği şey hakkında kararsız görünüyordu. - He seemed vague about what he wanted to do.

vague
{s} dalgın
English - English
faintly, indistinctly, obscurely; ambiguously; indefinitely
in a vague way; "he looked vaguely familiar"; "he explained it somewhat mistily"
In a vague manner
in a vague way; "he looked vaguely familiar"; "he explained it somewhat mistily
1. Vaguely means to some degree but not to a very large degree. The voice on the line was vaguely familiar, but Crook couldn't place it at first see also vague
vague
not thinking or expressing one’s thoughts clearly or precisely
vague
not clearly defined, grasped, or understood; indistinct; slight

I haven’t the vaguest idea.

vague
not having a precise meaning

a vague term of abuse.

vague
not sharply outlined; hazy
vague
indistinct
vague
{a} wandering, unsettled, indefinit
remembered vaguely
barely remembered, he had a hazy recollection of
spoke vaguely
spoke in an obscure manner, spoke in a manner that was not easy to understand
vague
{s} hazy, faint, indistinct; ambiguous; uncertain
vague
If you are vague about something, you deliberately do not tell people much about it. He was vague, however, about just what U.S. forces might actually do Democratic leaders under election pressure tend to respond with vague promises of action
vague
Not clearly, precisely, or definitely expressed or stated; not sharp, certain, or precise in thought, feeling, or expression Vagueness of thought and expression is a major obstacle to the development of critical thinking We cannot begin to test our beliefs until we recognize clearly what they are We cannot disagree with what someone says until we are clear about what they mean Students need much practice in transforming vague thoughts into clear ones
vague
not thinking or expressing one's thoughts clearly or precisely
vague
not clearly understood or expressed; "an obscure turn of phrase"; "an impulse to go off and fight certain obscure battles of his own spirit"-Anatole Broyard; "their descriptions of human behavior become vague, dull, and unclear"- P A Sorokin; "vague forms of speech have so long passed for mysteries of science"- John Locke
vague
Wandering; vagrant; vagabond
vague
(vague) Pronunciation: 'vAg Function: adjective Inflected Form(s): vagu·er; vagu·est : not clearly expressed <a vague answer>
vague
Of a term which has borderline cases to which it is unclear whether it applies
vague
(adjective) not clear; hazy
vague
lacking clarity or distinctness; "a dim figure in the distance"; "only a faint recollection"; "shadowy figures in the gloom"; "saw a vague outline of a building through the fog"; "a few wispy memories of childhood"
vague
A wandering; a vagary
vague
Proceeding from no known authority; unauthenticated; uncertain; flying; as, a vague report
vague
lacking expression; vacant
vague
not clearly expressed; stated in indefinite terms
vague
An indefinite expanse
vague
If you describe someone as vague, you mean that they do not seem to be thinking clearly. She had married a charming but rather vague Englishman His eyes were always so vague when he looked at her
vague
To wander; to roam; to stray
vague
A vague shape or outline is not clear and is therefore not easy to see. The bus was a vague shape in the distance
vague
Unsettled; unfixed; undetermined; indefinite; ambiguous; as, a vague idea; a vague proposition
vague
not precisely limited, determined, or distinguished; "an undefined term"; "undefined authority"; "some undefined sense of excitement"; "vague feelings of sadness"; "a vague uneasiness"
vague
not clearly felt or sensed; somewhat subconscious
vague
If something written or spoken is vague, it does not explain or express things clearly. The description was pretty vague. vague information. precise + vaguely vague·ly `I'm not sure,' Liz said vaguely They issued a vaguely worded statement. + vagueness vague·ness the vagueness of the language in the text
vague
If you have a vague memory or idea of something, the memory or idea is not clear. They have only a vague idea of the amount of water available Waite's memory of that first meeting was vague. = faint + vaguely vague·ly Judith could vaguely remember her mother lying on the sofa
vague
If something such as a feeling is vague, you experience it only slightly. He was conscious of that vague feeling of irritation again
vaguely

    Hyphenation

    vague·ly

    Turkish pronunciation

    veygli

    Pronunciation

    /ˈvāglē/ /ˈveɪɡliː/

    Etymology

    [ 'vAg ] (adjective.) 1548. Middle French, from Latin vagus, literally, wandering.

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