naïve

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{s} naif (resim)
naive
toy

Tom Mary kadar toy değil. - Tom isn't as naive as Mary is.

O inanılmaz derecede toy. - She's unbelievably naive.

naive
tecrübesizlik
naive
{s} saf

İnanılmaz şekilde safsın. - You're incredibly naive.

Nasıl bu kadar saf olabilirsin? - How can you be so naive?

naive
ağzı açık
naive
çaylak
naive
bön
naive
naivetesaflık
naive
bönlük
naive
naivelysafça
naive
denenmemiş
naive
s., bak. naïve
naive
deneyimsiz/saf/toy
naive expection
naif expection
naive.
naif
naive realism
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) naif gerçekçilik
naively
safça

Sami, Leyla'nın tüm sorularını safça cevapladı. - Sami naively answered all of Layla's questions.

naive
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) naif

Onun naif göründüğünü biliyorum. - I know that sounds naive.

Leyla'nın büyük bir arkadaş çevresi vardı ama naifti. - Layla had a large circle of friends but was naive.

naif
tecrübesiz
naif
denenmemiş
naif
bön
naif
toy
naif
saf
naive
sade

Ben saf değilim, sadece iyimserim. - I'm not naive, I'm just an optimist.

naive
naif (resim)
drug-naïve
Uyuşturucuya naif
innocent, naive; novice, beginner
masum, saf, acemi, acemi
most naive
en naif
to be naive
saf olmak
naively
saf saf

Sami, Leyla'nın bütün sorularını saf saf yanıtladı. - Sami naively answered all of Layla's questions.

naively
z., bak. naïvely
naïvely
z. safça
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык

Определение naïve в Турецкий язык Турецкий язык словарь

naiv
çocuksu bir anlam ve yapım özelliği taşıyan, eğitim görmemiş amatör sanatçı ve bunların eserleri
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
naif
naive
Produced in a simple, childlike style, deliberately rejecting sophisticated techniques

I've always liked the naive way in which he ignores all the background detail.

naive
Lacking experience, wisdom, or judgement

Surely you're not naive enough to believe adverts!.

naive
{s} lacking worldly wisdom, unsuspecting, gullible; childish, innocent, simple, unsophisticated
naive
Primitive or popular, in the sense given those terms of an ability to communicate in time and space more readily than other types of literature
naive
lacking sophistication marked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly experience; "a teenager's naive ignorance of life"; "the naive assumption that things can only get better"; "this naive simple creature with wide friendly eyes so eager to believe appearances
naive
If you describe someone as naive, you think they lack experience and so expect things to be easy or people to be honest or kind. It's naive to think that teachers are always tolerant naive idealists Their view was that he had been politically naive. = unrealistic + naively na·ive·ly naively applying Western solutions to Eastern problems I thought, naively, that this would be a nine-to-five job. + naivety na·ive·ty I was alarmed by his naivety and ignorance of international affairs. not having much experience of how complicated life is, so that you trust people too much and believe that good things will always happen innocent (naïve, feminine of naïf, from nativus; NATIVE)
naive
lacking sophistication
naive
lacking experience of life; "a callow youth of seventeen"
naive
marked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly experience; "a teenager's naive ignorance of life"; "the naive assumption that things can only get better"; "this naive simple creature with wide friendly eyes so eager to believe appearances"
naive
inexperienced The term is used to describe an individual who has never taken a certain drug or class of drugs (e g , AZT-naive, antiretroviral-naive), or to refer to an undifferentiated immune system cell
naive falsificationism
An invalid scientific philosophy in which any single instance of refuting data is enough to falsify the entire claim

Under naive falsificationism, the birth control pill would be considered as ineffective since there are instances (3 in 1000) in which it does not work.

naive approach
immature attitude, approach that is overly simplified and lacks sophistication
naive art
also called outsider art Work of artists in sophisticated societies who lack or reject formal training. Naive artists, not to be confused with hobbyists, create with the same passion as trained artists but without formal knowledge of methods. Naive works are often extremely detailed, with a tendency toward the use of brilliant, saturated colours and a characteristic absence of perspective, which creates the illusion of figures floating in space. Well-known naive artists include Henri Rousseau and Grandma Moses
naïvely
In a naïve manner

Users should not naïvely assume that learning to pronounce an East Asian language is all about learning to pronounce the individual ideographs.

drug-naive
Drug-naïve is the term used to describe patients or animals who are not under the influence of any psychotropic substances (drugs). This term usually refers to patients or animals undergoing drug-related testing, such as the effect of a certain drug on behaviour or cognitive ability
Naive
unquestioning
naively
in a naive manner, unsuspectingly, in manner which is not worldly-wise, gullibly; childishly, innocently, unsophisticated
naively
in a naive manner; "he believed, naively, that she would leave him her money"
naively
In a naive manner
naively
in a naive manner; "he believed, naively, that she would leave him her money
naïve
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