extravagant

listen to the pronunciation of extravagant
İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} müsrif

Benim maaşım bizim müsrifçe yaşamamıza izin vermez. - My salary doesn't allow us to live extravagantly.

{s} savurgan

Tom konakta savurgan bir partiye ev sahipliği yaptı. - Tom hosted an extravagant party at his mansion.

O her şeye pratikliği bakımından bakma eğilimindedir ve ne pinti ne de savurgandır. - He is inclined to look at everything from the standpoint of its practicality and is neither stingy nor extravagant.

extravagantly tutumsuzca
tutumsuz
abartılı

Leyla abartılı yaşam tarzından keyif alıyordu. - Layla enjoyed her extravagant lifestyle.

Bu elmas yüzük benim için çok abartılı. - This diamond ring is too extravagant for me.

mirasyedi
mantıksız
saçma
haddinden fazla
aşırı
fazla
ölçüsüz
(Tıp) Aşırı, çok fazla, anormal derecede
aşırı olarak
müfrit
{s} fahiş
ölçüsüz/müsrif
çok pahalı
mubalâğa ile
mübalâğalı
extravagant prices
savurgan fiyatları
expensive, exorbitant, extravagant
Fahiş, savurgan pahalı
exorbitant
{s} aşırı
exorbitant
{s} çok fazla

Bu kameranın fiyatı çok fazla. - The price of this camera is exorbitant.

extravagantly
ölçüsüzce/aşırı olarak
extravagantly
müsrifçe
exorbitant
{s} aşırı yüksek, fahiş (fiyat)
extreme
(Meteoroloji) uç değerler
exorbitant
(talep/maliyet/fiyat/vb.) çok fazla
extreme
çok

Biz Tom'un önerisini çok aşırı olarak reddettik. - We rejected Tom's suggestion as too extreme.

Ton son derece çok bilmiş. - Tom is extremely sophisticated.

exorbitant
{s} fahiş
exorbitant
exorbitantly aşırı olarak
exorbitant
cy fazlalık
exorbitant
fahiş çok fazla
exorbitant
haddini aşma
exorbitant
ifrata kaçan
exorbitant
aşırılık
exorbitant
ileri gitme
extravagantly
aşırı
extravagantly
har vurup harman savurarak, müsrifçe
extreme
müfrit
extreme
(Tıp) Uç, son en uçta veya en sonda olan
extreme
{i} aşırı derece

Bu onun için aşırı derecede zordur. - This is extremely hard for him.

Tom aşırı derecede ikna edicidir. - Tom is extremely persuasive.

İngilizce - İngilizce
extreme
exorbitant
exceeding the bounds of something
needlessly free or lavish in expenditure
Certain constitutions or decretal epistles, not at first included with others, but subsequently made a part of the canon law
Profuse in expenditure; prodigal; wasteful; as, an extravagant man
recklessly wasteful; "prodigal in their expenditures
unrestrained in especially feelings; "extravagant praise"; "exuberant compliments"; "overweening ambition"; "overweening greed"
Something that is extravagant costs more money than you can afford or uses more of something than is reasonable. Her Aunt Sallie gave her an uncharacteristically extravagant gift her extravagant lifestyle. + extravagantly ex·trava·gant·ly By supercar standards, though, it is not extravagantly priced for a beautifully engineered machine
Wandering beyond one's bounds; roving; hence, foreign
{s} lavish, profligate; costly; excessive
recklessly wasteful; "prodigal in their expenditures"
Exceeding due bounds; wild; excessive; unrestrained; as, extravagant acts, wishes, praise, abuse
Extravagant behaviour is extreme behaviour that is often done for a particular effect. He was extravagant in his admiration of Hellas They may make extravagant shows of generosity. + extravagantly ex·trava·gant·ly extravagantly bizarre clothes
Someone who is extravagant spends more money than they can afford or uses more of something than is reasonable. We are not extravagant; restaurant meals are a luxury and designer clothes are out + extravagantly ex·trava·gant·ly Jeff had shopped extravagantly for presents for the whole family
One who is confined to no general rule
disapproval Extravagant claims or ideas are unrealistic or impractical. They have to compete by adorning their products with ever more extravagant claims Don't be afraid to consider apparently extravagant ideas. = wild
extravagantly
With lavish expenditure or behaviour
extravagantly
{a} in an extravagant manner
extravagantly
in a rich and lavish manner; "lavishly decorated"
extravagantly
in a wasteful manner; "the United States, up to the 1920s, used fuel lavishly, mainly because it was so cheap
extravagantly
In an extravagant manner; wildly; excessively; profusely
extravagantly
lavishly, in a profligate manner; in a costly manner; excessively
extravagantly
in a wasteful manner; "the United States, up to the 1920s, used fuel lavishly, mainly because it was so cheap"
extravagantly
in an abundant manner; "they were abundantly supplied with food"; "he thanked her profusely"
extravagant