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Turkish translation of “comfortable”

comfortable

adjective
 
 
/ˈkʌmftəbl/
NOT CAUSING PAIN A2 Comfortable furniture, clothes, rooms, etc make you feel relaxed and do not cause any pain.
rahat, konforlu, huzur veren
comfortable shoes We had a comfortable journey.Comfortable and uncomfortable
PERSON B1 If you are comfortable, you are relaxed and have no pain.
rahat, keyfi yerinde
Make yourself comfortable while I fetch you a drink. → Opposite uncomfortableComfortable and uncomfortable
WITHOUT WORRIES B2 If you are comfortable in a situation, you do not have any worries about it.
rahat, endişesiz
I don't feel comfortable about leaving the children here alone.Calm and relaxed
MONEY having enough money for everything that you need
hali vakti yerinde, yokluk çekmeyen, varlıklı, rahat
a comfortable retirementWealthiness and wealthy
WIN If you win a game or competition by a comfortable amount, you win easily.
zorlanmayan, rahat, endişesiz, kendinden emin
a comfortable lead/victoryWinning and defeatingScoring, winning and losing in sport
comfortably adverb
rahat bir şekilde
(Definition of comfortable from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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