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Spanish translation of “self-conscious”

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self-conscious

adjective /selfˈkonʃəs/
too easily becoming shy or embarrassed when in the presence of others
cohibido, tímido
She’ll never be a good teacher – she’s too self-conscious.
self-consciously adverb
tímidamente
self-consciousness noun
timidez
Translations of “self-conscious”
in French intimidé…
in German befangen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 侷促不安的, 不自在的…
in Russian застенчивый…
in Turkish utangaç, sıkılgan, çekingen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 局促不安的, 不自在的…
in Polish skrępowany…
(Definition of self-conscious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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