coward

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
korkak

Korkaklara hiçbir hoşgörüm yok. - I have no tolerance of cowards.

Ona bir aptal diyebilirsin fakat bir korkak diyemezsin. - You may call him a fool, but you cannot call him a coward.

ödlek
yüreksiz
alçaklık
korkak kimse
tabansız
{i} ödlek kimse (Argo)
cowardly korkak
namertlik
alçak
cowardliness korkaklık
korkaksın
ödlek kimse
cowardly
{s} ödlek
cowardly
korkak

Köpek ne kadar küçük ve korkaksa, o kadar kızgın havlar. - The smaller and cowardly the dog, the angrier it barks.

Bu korkakçaydı, üzgünüm. - It was cowardly, and I'm sorry.

take the coward's way out
(Ev ile ilgili) İntihar etmek
cowardly
korkakça

Bu korkakçaydı, üzgünüm. - It was cowardly, and I'm sorry.

cowardly
namertçe
cowardly
kansız
cowardly
yüreksiz
cowardly
cesaretsiz

Tom utangaç ve cesaretsizdir. - Tom is shy and cowardly.

cowardliness
korkaklık
cowardliness
kancıklık
such a coward
Böyle bir korkak
cowardliness
i., bak. cowardice
cowardliness
namertlik
cowardly
deve yürekli
cowardly
alçakça
cowardly
namert
cowardly
alçak
cowardly
yüreksizce
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
{n} one who wants courage, a poltroon
disapproval If you call someone a coward, you disapprove of them because they are easily frightened and avoid dangerous or difficult situations. She accused her husband of being a coward. someone who is not at all brave (coart, from coe ; probably from the idea of an animal with its tail between its legs)
a person who shows fear or timidity
Belonging to a coward; proceeding from, or expressive of, base fear or timidity
a person who shows fear or timidity English dramatist and actor and composer noted for his witty and sophisticated comedies (1899-1973)
To make timorous; to frighten
a person who lacks courage
A person who lacks courage; a timid or pusillanimous person; a poltroon
Destitute of courage; timid; cowardly
Borne in the escutcheon with his tail doubled between his legs; said of a lion
English dramatist and actor and composer noted for his witty and sophisticated comedies (1899-1973)
{i} one who lacks courage
quakebuttock
cowardly
In the manner of a coward

I love to follow them, but not so cowardly, as my life remaine thereby in subjection.

cowardly
caitiff
cowardly
chicken
take the coward's way out
(Ev ile ilgili) Kill oneself
a coward
{n} daffe
cowardliness
{n} a want of courage
cowardly
{a} fearful, timorus, mean
cowardly
{n} a want of courage
A coward
chicken
A coward
yellowbelly
A coward
lizard
Cowardly
poltroon
Cowardly
cowardish
Cowardly
cowhearted
Cowardly
cowardy
Sir Noë l Coward
born Dec. 16, 1899, Teddington, near London, Eng. died March 26, 1973, St. Mary, Jam. British playwright, actor, and songwriter. An actor from age 12, he wrote light comedies between engagements, but it was a serious drama, The Vortex (1924), that established his reputation. His classic comedies came later: Hay Fever (1925), Private Lives (1930), Design for Living (1933), Present Laughter (1939), and Blithe Spirit (1941) presented sophisticated characters in a worldly milieu. He often wrote for and performed with his close friend Gertrude Lawrence. His most popular musical play was Bitter Sweet (1929). He wrote the poignant film Brief Encounter (1945), and he acted in the film versions of many of his plays. He also wrote short stories, novels, and numerous songs, including "Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Sir Noë l Peirce Coward
born Dec. 16, 1899, Teddington, near London, Eng. died March 26, 1973, St. Mary, Jam. British playwright, actor, and songwriter. An actor from age 12, he wrote light comedies between engagements, but it was a serious drama, The Vortex (1924), that established his reputation. His classic comedies came later: Hay Fever (1925), Private Lives (1930), Design for Living (1933), Present Laughter (1939), and Blithe Spirit (1941) presented sophisticated characters in a worldly milieu. He often wrote for and performed with his close friend Gertrude Lawrence. His most popular musical play was Bitter Sweet (1929). He wrote the poignant film Brief Encounter (1945), and he acted in the film versions of many of his plays. He also wrote short stories, novels, and numerous songs, including "Mad Dogs and Englishmen
cowardliness
the trait of lacking courage
cowardliness
{i} fearfulness, timidity, faint-heartedness
cowardliness
The characteristic of being cowardly
cowardliness
Cowardice
cowardly
Wanting courage; basely or weakly timid or fearful; pusillanimous; spiritless
cowardly
disapproval If you describe someone as cowardly, you disapprove of them because they are easily frightened and avoid doing dangerous and difficult things. I was too cowardly to complain. a cowardly act of violence. brave, courageous
cowardly
Showing cowardice. Lacking in courage, unacceptably fearful, usually meant with some implication of a lack of consideration for others
cowardly
{s} fearful, lacking courage
cowardly
chickenshit
cowardly
Proceeding from fear of danger or other consequences; befitting a coward; dastardly; base; as, cowardly malignity
cowardly
Shelley
cowardly
lacking courage; ignobly timid and faint-hearted; "cowardly dogs, ye will not aid me then"- P B Shelley
cowardly
lacking courage; ignobly timid and faint-hearted; "cowardly dogs, ye will not aid me then"- P
cowards
plural of coward
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Определение coward в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

yürek Selanik coward, chicken: Onda yürek Selanik
He's a chicken!/He's chicken-livered!
coward
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