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Translation of "pessimist" - English-Arabic dictionary

pessimist

noun   /ˈpes·ɪ·mɪst/
someone who always thinks that bad things will happen مُتَشائم Don’t be such a pessimist! →  Opposite optimist
Translations of “pessimist”
in Korean 비관론자, 염세주의자…
in Portuguese pessimista…
in Catalan pessimista…
in Japanese 悲観主義者, 悲観論者…
in Italian pessimista…
in Russian пессимист…
in Turkish kötümser/karamsar kimse…
in Polish pesymist-a/ka…
(Definition of pessimist from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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