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Translation of "lightly" - English-Turkish dictionary

lightly

adverb     /ˈlaɪtli/
GENTLY
B1 gently hafifçe, nazikçe He kissed her lightly on the cheek.Tender and gentleKind and thoughtful
NOT MUCH
not much azıcık , hafifçe lightly cooked vegetablesSmall in number and quantity
not do sth lightly
to think carefully about something before you do it, knowing that it is serious hafife almadan yapmak, ciddi şekilde ele alıp dikkatlice düşünmek It's not a decision that I take lightly.Thinking and contemplating
get off lightly ( also UK escape lightly)
to have less trouble or punishment than you expected ucuz atlatmak, az bir zararla geçiştirmek Not punishing and reducing punishment
Translations of “lightly”
in Korean 부드럽게, 가볍게…
in Arabic بِخِفّة, قَليلاً…
in Portuguese levemente…
in Catalan suaument, lleugerament…
in Japanese そっと, 軽く…
in Italian leggermente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輕輕地, 稍稍地, 少許…
in Russian слегка, едва, чуть-чуть…
in Chinese (Simplified) 轻轻地, 稍稍地, 少许…
in Polish lekko…
(Definition of lightly from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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