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forgetfuladjective

 us   /fərˈɡet·fəl, fɔr-/
likely to ​forget things: She ​worries because her ​father is getting forgetful.
(Definition of forgetful from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







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Translations of “forgetful”
in Arabic كَثير النِّسْيان…
in Korean 잘 잊어먹는…
in Portuguese esquecido…
in Catalan oblidadís…
in Japanese 忘れっぽい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 健忘的,记性差的…
in Turkish unutkan…
in Russian забывчивый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 健忘的,記性差的…
in Italian smemorato…
in Polish roztargniony, zapominalski…
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