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Translation of "flippant" - English-Turkish dictionary

flippant

adjective     /ˈflɪpənt/
without respect or not serious saygısız, küstah, ciddiyetsiz a flippant remark Humour and humorous
flippantly adverb saygısızca flippancy     /ˈflɪpənsi/ noun [U] saygısızlık
Translations of “flippant”
in Arabic وَقِح…
in Korean 건방진…
in Malaysian sambil lewa…
in French désinvolte…
in Italian spiritoso, insolente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輕率的,浮誇的…
in Russian непочтительный, легкомысленный…
in Polish lekceważący…
in Vietnamese thiếu trang trọng…
in Spanish frívolo…
in Portuguese irreverente…
in Thai ทำเป็นเล่น…
in German leichtfertig…
in Catalan poc seriós, frívol…
in Japanese 不真面目な…
in Indonesian sambil lalu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 轻率的,浮夸的…
(Definition of flippant from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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