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delicacy

noun
 
 
/ˈdelɪkəsi/
FOOD [C] a special food, usually something rare or expensive
özel bir yiyecek, çok nadir bulunan yiyecek
Food - general words
GENTLE QUALITY [U] the quality of being soft, light, or gentle
hassas/ince kalite
Light and weightless
EASY TO DAMAGE [U] when something is easy to damage or break
hassas, kolay kırılır, narin
Fragile and breakable
NEEDING CARE [U] when something needs to be treated very carefully
özen, ihtimam, özel ilgi
You need to be very tactful because of the delicacy of the situation.Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
ATTRACTIVE [U] when something has a thin, attractive shape
zerafet, incelik, çekicilik
Thin and fine
(Definition of delicacy from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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