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Turkish translation of “humble”

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humble

adjective
 
 
/ˈhʌmbl/
NOT PROUD not proud or not believing that you are important
mütevazı, alçak gönüllü, gösterişsiz
He's very humble about his success.Shy and modestAnxious and worried
POOR poor or of a low social rank
fakir, alt sınıftan/düzeyde, önemsiz
She rose from humble beginnings to become Prime Minister.Poverty and poor
humbly adverb
mütevazi bir şekilde
Translations of “humble”
in Korean 겸손한…
in Arabic مُتَواضِع…
in French humble, modeste…
in Italian umile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 謙虛的, 謙遜的, 地位低下的…
in Russian скромный, бедный, из простонародья…
in Polish skromny, pokorny…
in Spanish humilde, modesto…
in Portuguese humilde…
in German bescheiden, niedrig…
in Catalan humil…
in Japanese 謙虚な, 謙遜して…
in Chinese (Simplified) 谦虚的, 谦逊的, 地位低下的…
(Definition of humble adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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