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Translation of "obsequious" - English-Turkish dictionary

obsequious

adjective
 
 
/əbˈsiːkwiəs/ formal
too willing to praise or obey someone
dalkavukluk yapan; aşırı derecede öven; gereğinden fazla itaatkâr
Praising insincerely or too eagerly
Translations of “obsequious”
in Arabic مُتمَلِّق…
in Korean 아부하는…
in Malaysian suka menyembah-nyembah…
in French obséquieux…
in Italian ossequioso, servile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 巴結的,諂媚的, 卑躬屈膝的…
in Russian подобострастный…
in Polish służalczy…
in Vietnamese khúm núm…
in Spanish servil, servicial…
in Portuguese obsequioso, servil…
in Thai ช่างประจบ…
in German unterwürfig…
in Catalan servil…
in Japanese (人に)こびる…
in Indonesian rendah hati…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巴结的,谄媚的, 卑躬屈膝的…
(Definition of obsequious from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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