Bedeutung von “awkward” — Learner’s Dictionary

awkward

adjective us uk /ˈɔːkwəd/
DIFFICULT

B2 difficult or causing problems:

an awkward customer
an awkward question

Mehr Beispiele

  • You're just being awkward!
  • Don't be so awkward.
  • Some of the questions were rather awkward.
EMBARRASSING

B2 embarrassing and not relaxed:

an awkward pause/silence
I'm in an awkward situation.
He seemed a little awkward when I first met him - a little shy perhaps.
I felt rather awkward with him.
NOT ATTRACTIVE

moving in a way that is not attractive:

His movements were slow and awkward.
awkwardly adverb
awkwardness noun [ U ]

(Definition von “awkward” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)