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Turkish translation of “nosy”

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nosy

adjective
 
 
/ˈnəʊzi/
always trying to find out private things about other people
fazla meraklı, işgüzar, her şeye burnunu sokan
nosy neighbours Don't be so nosy!CuriosityQuestioning people and asking questions in generalSuspecting and questioning
Translations of “nosy”
in Korean 꼬치꼬치 캐묻는…
in Arabic مُتطَفّل…
in Portuguese intrometido, bisbilhoteiro…
in Catalan tafaner…
in Japanese せんさく好きな…
in Italian ficcanaso, impiccione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 好管閒事的, 愛打聽的…
in Russian любопытный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 好管闲事的, 爱打听的…
in Polish wścibski…
(Definition of nosy from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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