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demeanour

noun [C] UK ( US demeanor)     /dɪˈmiːnər/
the way that someone looks, seems, and behaves: a quiet, serious demeanourSeeming and purporting to beFaking and pretendingBehaving, interacting and behaviour
Translations of “demeanour”
in Spanish porte, conducta, comportamiento…
in Vietnamese thái độ…
in Thai ความประพฤติ…
in Malaysian perangai…
in French comportement…
in German das Verhalten…
in Indonesian sikap…
in Chinese (Simplified) 外表, 风度, 行为…
in Turkish tavır, davranış, tutum…
in Russian манера держаться…
in Chinese (Traditional) 外表, 風度, 行為…
in Polish postawa, aparycja…
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