Translation for 'timid' from English to Greek
ADJ   timid | timider / more timid | timidest / most timid
SYNO cautious | diffident | faint | ...
unverified timid {adj}δειλός
timid {adj}συνεσταλμένος
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Translation for 'timid' from English to Greek

timid {adj}
unverified δειλός

Usage Examples English
  • As the daughter of film director Agathiyan, Vijayalakshmi made her acting debut as a timid girl in Venkat Prabhu's "Chennai 600028" (2007), before portraying another timid character in Mysskin's drama film, "Anjathe" (2009).
  • Another descendant of an oni, a timid, bookish boy with psychic abilities.
  • A timid and nervous species, "S. bealei" will scramble and flail wildly with its claws when handled.
  • The term "licenciado vidriera" has entered the Spanish language as meaning one excessively timid or delicate.
  • The blue-faced parrotfinches are inconspicuous and timid, retreating to grasslands for cover.

  • Unlike the weaver ants, "M. plataleoides" does not bite people, and indeed seems rather timid.
  • Lalasa Isran – Ket's timid maidservant.
  • Varzil and Eduin return to the Tower, while Carolin marries the timid woman whom his relatives have selected for him.
  • They are rather timid snakes and commonly hide from predators by burrowing down into leaves, sand, etc.
  • A timid man who participates in the Jack of Hearts game with Chishiya.

  • In 2004 a timid normalization of Libya's relations with the international community began.
  • Hugh McGary, known as a fierce Indian fighter, had urged immediate attack, feeling provoked after being overruled and called timid earlier by Colonel Todd.
  • Even though of his timid and calm behaviour, he feels attracted to Xiong Mao.
  • Milk toast's soft blandness served as inspiration for the name of the timid and ineffectual comic strip character Caspar Milquetoast, drawn by H.
  • He is described as being a very timid and gentle character, one who wouldn't even harm a fly.

  • Manickam is mild mannered and timid. They had borrowed a lot of money for the marriage which multiplies by the time they had two children.
  • The species name refers to a hesitation in identification of the taxon and is derived from "anxius" (meaning timid).
  • A timid, hardworking person who is the chief financial officer of a finance company but lacked ambition.
  • "T. melleri" specimens vary from timid to moderately aggressive towards humans, with some specimens being reported as friendly.
  • Inodoro: I am not lazy; I may be a little timid to work.

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