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Turkish translation of “clumsy”

clumsy

adjective
 
 
/ˈklʌmzi/
PERSON B2 Clumsy people move in a way that is not controlled or careful enough, and often knock or damage things.
sakar, beceriksiz
Inability and awkwardness
BEHAVIOUR If you behave in a clumsy way, you upset people because you are not careful about their feelings.
patavatsız
a clumsy attempt to be friendlyInconsiderateSelfishness
OBJECT Clumsy objects are large, not attractive, and often difficult to use.
kaba saba, hantal, kullanışsız, biçimsiz
Not attractive to look atSerious and unpleasant
clumsily adverb
sakarca
clumsiness noun [U]
sakarlık
(Definition of clumsy from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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