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meticulous

adjective
 
 
/məˈtɪkjələs/
very careful, and giving great attention to detail
titiz, kılı kırk yaran, hassas, çok dikkatli
This book is the result of meticulous research.Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilantDetailed and careful
meticulously adverb
çok dikkatli bir şekilde, itina ile
Translations of “meticulous”
in Arabic شَديد التدقيق…
in Korean 꼼꼼한…
in Malaysian cermat…
in French méticuleux…
in Italian meticoloso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嚴謹的,一絲不苟的, 非常注意細節的…
in Russian тщательный…
in Polish skrupulatny…
in Vietnamese tỉ mỉ…
in Spanish meticuloso…
in Portuguese meticuloso…
in Thai พิถีพิถันมาก…
in German peinlich genau…
in Catalan meticulós…
in Japanese 細心な…
in Indonesian cermat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 严谨的,一丝不苟的, 非常注意细节的…
(Definition of meticulous from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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