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Turkish translation of “modest”

modest

adjective
 
 
/ˈmɒdɪst/
NOT LARGE B2 not large in size or amount, or not expensive
az, cüz'i, mütevazı
a modest amount of money Their house is quite modest in size.SmallExtremely smallCosting or worth little or no money
NOT PROUD If you are modest, you do not talk in a proud way about your skills or successes.
alçak gönüllü, mütevazı
He's very modest about his achievements.Shy and modestAnxious and worried
modestly adverb
mütevazi bir miktarda, şekilde
(Definition of modest from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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