pensively

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
dalgın dalgın
düşünceli bir halde
kös kös
düşünceli bir şekilde
pensive
dalgın
pensive
{s} düşünceli (dalgın)
pensive
{s} düşünceli

O onu düşünceli bıraktı. - That left him pensive.

pensive
kara kara düşünen pensivelydalgın dalgın
pensive
pensiveness dalgınlık
pensive
kara kara düşünerek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
In a thoughtful or reflective manner
{a} with melancholy, sadly, seriously
thoughtfully, musingly, meditatively
In a pensive manner
in a pensive manner; "pensively he stared at the painting"
in a pensive manner; "pensively he stared at the painting
pensive
Having the appearance of deep, often melancholic, thinking
pensive
Looking thoughtful, especially from sadness

Abstruse thought and profound researches I prohibit, and will severely punish, by the pensive melancholy which they introduce.

pensive
{a} sorrowful, thoughtful, serious
Pensive
pensative
pensive
Expressing or suggesting thoughtfulness with sadness; as, pensive numbers
pensive
{s} thoughtful, musing, meditative
pensive
If you are pensive, you are thinking deeply about something, especially something that worries you slightly. He looked suddenly sombre, pensive. = thoughtful + pensively pen·sive·ly Angela stared pensively out of the window. thinking a lot about something, especially because you are worried or sad thoughtful (pensif, from penser )
pensive
persistently or morbidly thoughtful
pensive
Thoughtful, sober, or sad; employed in serious reflection; given to, or favorable to, earnest or melancholy musing
pensive
having the appearance of thinking
pensive
showing pensive sadness; "the sensitive and wistful response of a poet to the gentler phases of beauty
pensive
showing pensive sadness; "the sensitive and wistful response of a poet to the gentler phases of beauty"
pensively

    Синонимы

    thoughtfully, wistfully

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ 'pen(t)-siv ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English pensif, from Middle French, from penser to think, from Latin pensare to ponder, frequentative of pendere to weigh; more at PENDANT.

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