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Translation of "nervous" - English-Turkish dictionary

nervous

adjective
 
 
/ˈnɜːvəs/
WORRIED B1 worried and anxious
endişeli, kaygılı, asabı, sinirli
a nervous cough/laugh She's very nervous about her driving test.Anxious and worried
BODY [always before noun] relating to the nerves in the body
sinirsel, sinirlerle ilgili
a nervous disorderDisorders of muscles and the nervous systemSubstances and structures in the bodyThe brain and nervous system
Translations of “nervous”
in Korean 불안한, 신경의…
in Arabic قَلِق, عَصَبي…
in Portuguese nervoso, ansioso…
in Catalan nerviós…
in Japanese 緊張している, 神経の…
in Italian nervoso, agitato, apprensivo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擔心的, 緊張不安的…
in Russian нервный, волнующийся…
in Chinese (Simplified) 担心的, 紧张不安的…
in Polish nerwowy, zdenerwowany…
(Definition of nervous from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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