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bashfuladjective

us   /ˈbæʃ·fəl/
easily embarrassed and uncomfortable; shy: She gave a bashful smile when she was introduced.
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bashfuladjective

uk   /ˈbæʃ.fəl/ us   /ˈbæʃ.fəl/
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Translations of “bashful”
in Vietnamese rụt rè…
in Spanish tímido, ruboroso…
in Malaysian malu…
in Thai ขี้อาย…
in French timide…
in German scheu…
in Chinese (Traditional) 害羞的,羞怯的…
in Russian застенчиый…
in Turkish utangaç, mahcup, sıkılgan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 害羞的,羞怯的…
in Indonesian pemalu…
in Polish nieśmiały, wstydliwy…
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