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adjective     /ˈɪntɪmət/
private and personal özel, kişisel, gizli, mahrem intimate details of her family life intimate conversationsSecrecy and privacy
having a special relationship with someone who you like or love very much yakın, candan, senli benli, her şeyi paylaşan an intimate friendFriendlyLoving and in love
If a place or event is intimate, it is small in a way that feels comfortable or private. (yer, mekân, çevre vb.) sıcak, samimi, rahat an intimate hotelSmallExtremely smallFriendly
an intimate knowledge/understanding of sth
when you know all of the facts about something or about how it works tam, eksiksiz bilgi/anlayış/kavrama IntelligencePerceptive
intimately adverb
kişisel, özel bir biçimde
(Definition of intimate adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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