demeanour Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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demeanournoun [U]

UK formal (US demeanor) uk   /dɪˈmiː.nər/  us   /-nɚ/
a way of ​looking and ​behaving: There was nothing in his demeanour that ​suggested he was ​anxious. She has the demeanour of a woman who is ​contented with her ​life.
(Definition of demeanour from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “demeanour”
in Spanish conducta, comportamiento…
in Vietnamese thái độ…
in Malaysian perangai…
in Thai ความประพฤติ…
in French comportement…
in German das Verhalten…
in Chinese (Simplified) 外表, 风度, 行为…
in Turkish tavır, davranış, tutum…
in Russian манера держаться…
in Indonesian sikap…
in Chinese (Traditional) 外表, 風度, 行為…
in Polish postawa, aparycja…
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