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Turkish translation of “forgetful”

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forgetful

adjective
 
 
/fəˈɡetfəl/
often forgetting things
unutkan
She's 84 now and getting a bit forgetful.Forgetting and forgetfulness
forgetfulness noun [U]
unutkanlık
Translations of “forgetful”
in Korean 잘 잊어먹는…
in Arabic كَثير النِّسْيان…
in Portuguese esquecido…
in Catalan oblidadís…
in Japanese 忘れっぽい…
in Italian smemorato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 健忘的,記性差的…
in Russian забывчивый…
in Chinese (Simplified) 健忘的,记性差的…
in Polish roztargniony, zapominalski…
(Definition of forgetful from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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