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Turkish translation of “thick-skinned”

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thick-skinned

adjective
 
 
/ˌθɪkˈskɪnd/
If someone is thick-skinned, they do not get upset when other people criticize them.
vurdumduymaz, aldırmaz, pişkin, kalın derili
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Translations of “thick-skinned”
in Korean 얼굴이 두꺼운, 뻔뻔한…
in Arabic عَديم الإحساس…
in Portuguese duro, insensível…
in Catalan dur, insensible…
in Japanese 面の皮が厚い, ずぶとい…
in Italian insensibile, dalla pelle dura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 厚臉皮的, 感覺遲鈍的…
in Russian толстокожий…
in Chinese (Simplified) 厚脸皮的, 感觉迟钝的…
in Polish gruboskórny…
(Definition of thick-skinned from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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