timidly

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ürkekçe
korkakça
çekingence
ürkek ürkek
timid
ürkek

Onun böyle ürkek olduğunu düşünmemiştim. - I did not think he was so timid.

Ürkek adam korkuyla titredi. - The timid man trembled with fear.

timid
çekingen

Bir fare çekingen bir yaratıktır. - A mouse is a timid creature.

Sanırım Tom çekingen. - I think Tom is timid.

timid
korkak

Tom oldukça korkak, değil mi? - Tom is quite timid, isn't he?

timid
{s} cesaretsiz
timid
{s} utangaç
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tavşan yürekli
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mahcup
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heyecanlı
timid
yüreksiz
behave timidly
çekimser davranmak
timid
{s} tutuk
timid
{s} mahçup
timid
{s} çıtkırıldım
timid
{s} sıkılgan
timid
{s} sakınan
İngilizce - İngilizce
shyly, bashfully; fearfully
in a shy or timid or bashful manner; "he smiled shyly"
In a timid manner
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{a} timorous, fearful, destitute of courage
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timidous
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mousy
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Lacking in courage or confidence
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{s} shy, bashful, fearful, retiring
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contemptibly timid
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showing fear and lack of confidence
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showing fear and lack of confidence contemptibly timid
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lacking self-confidence; "stood in the doorway diffident and abashed"; "problems that call for bold not timid responses"; "a very unsure young man"
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people who are fearful and cautious; "whitewater rafting is not for the timid" showing fear and lack of confidence contemptibly timid
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lacking conviction or boldness or courage; "faint heart ne'er won fair lady"
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Timid people are shy, nervous, and have no courage or confidence in themselves. A timid child, Isabella had learned obedience at an early age. confident + timidity ti·mid·ity She doesn't ridicule my timidity. + timidly tim·id·ly The little boy stepped forward timidly and shook Leo's hand
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people who are fearful and cautious; "whitewater rafting is not for the timid"
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Wanting courage to meet danger; easily frightened; timorous; not bold; fearful; shy
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disapproval If you describe someone's attitudes or actions as timid, you are criticizing them for being too cautious or slow to act, because they are nervous about the possible consequences of their actions. The President's critics say he has been too timid in responding to changing international developments = hesitant assertive + timidity ti·mid·ity He was soon disillusioned by the government's timidity on social reform. + timidly tim·id·ly A number of these states are moving timidly towards multi-party democracy. not having courage or confidence = shy   confident (timidus, from timere; TIMOROUS)
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