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Translation of "delicate" - English-Turkish dictionary

delicate

adjective     /ˈdelɪkət/
GENTLE
B2 soft, light, or gentle zarif, ince, hafif, yumuşak a delicate flavour a delicate shade of pinkLight and weightless
EASY TO DAMAGE
B2 easy to damage or break kırılgan, hassas, kolay kırılabilir a delicate china cupFragile and breakableWeakness and vulnerability
NEEDING CARE
B2 needing to be dealt with very carefully hassas/özel ilgi/ihtimam isteyen I need to discuss a very delicate matter with you.Weakness and vulnerability
ATTRACTIVE
C2 having a thin, attractive shape zarif, ince, çekici delicate handsThin or slender (of people)Not fit and healthyNarrow and thin
delicately adverb
nazikçe
(Definition of delicate from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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