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Translation of "childish" - English-Turkish dictionary

childish

adjective     /ˈtʃaɪldɪʃ/
SILLY B2 Childish behaviour is silly, like that of a small child. çocukça, safça ve biraz da aptalca, düşünmeden Don't be so childish!Physically and mentally mature and immature
OF CHILD B2 typical of a child çocuksu, çocuğumsu, çocuk ruhlu childish handwritingPhysically and mentally mature and immatureChildren and babies
childishly adverb çocukça childishness noun [U] çocukluk
Translations of “childish”
in Korean 유치한…
in Arabic طُفولي…
in Portuguese infantil, imaturo…
in Catalan infantil…
in Japanese 子供っぽい…
in Italian puerile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 孩子的, 孩子氣的, 稚嫩的…
in Russian ребячливый, инфантильный, детский…
in Chinese (Simplified) 孩子的, 孩子气的, 稚嫩的…
in Polish dziecinny…
(Definition of childish from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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