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coy

adjective
 
 
/kɔɪ/
NO INFORMATION not wanting to give people information about something
ketum, sır tutan, bilgi vermek istemeyen
Nigel's very coy about how much he earns.Secrecy and privacy
SHY pretending to be shy
sözde/göya mahcup, utangaç; utanmış gibi davranan,
a coy lookShy and modestAnxious and worried
coyly adverb
nazlanır gibi
(Definition of coy from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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