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Translation of "stiff" - English-Turkish dictionary

stiff

adjective     /stɪf/
HARD B2 hard and difficult to bend sert, katı, eğilemez, bükülemez stiff materialHard and firm
NOT MOVING B2 A door, drawer, etc that is stiff does not move as easily as it should. sıkışmış, kolayca kapanmayan, tutukluk yapan Not functioning
HURTING If a part of your body is stiff, it hurts and is difficult to move. kaskatı, sert, tutulmuş I've got a stiff neck.Pain and painful
SEVERE very severe or difficult güç, zor, şiddetli, ciddi stiff competition/opposition We need stiffer penalties for drink driving.SevereDifficult things and peoplePreventing and impeding
FORMAL behaving in a way that is formal and not relaxed ciddi, resmî davranış Manners and levels of formalityPolite and respectful
THICK A stiff substance is thick and does not move around easily. katı, sert, koyu, hantal, ağır Whip the cream until it is stiff.Hard and firm
stiff drink/whisky/vodka, etc a strong alcoholic drink sert içki I need a stiff brandy.Alcohol - general words
stiff wind/breeze a wind that is quite strong sert rüzgâr Wind and windsStormy weather
stiffly adverb bükülmesi zor bir şekilde, katılaşmış, sertleşmiş stiffness noun [U] sert olma durumu
(Definition of stiff adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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