Definition of intimate
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closedear, loving, near, warm, friendly, familiar, thick, devoted, confidential, cherished, bosom, inseparable, nearest and dearest
detailedminute, full, experienced, personal, deep, particular, specific, immediate, comprehensive, exact, elaborate, profound, penetrating, thorough, in-depth, intricate, first-hand, exhaustive
friendclose friend, buddy, mate, pal, comrade, chum, mucker, crony, main man, china, homeboy, cobber, bosom friend, familiar, confidant ior confidante, (constant) companion, gossip, E hoa
suggestindicate, hint, imply, warn, allude, let it be known, insinuate, give (someone) to understand, drop a hint, tip (someone) the wink
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Translations for 'intimate'
- British English: intimate /ˈɪntɪmɪt/ ADJECTIVE
If two people have an intimate friendship, they are very good friends.I told my intimate friends I wanted to have a baby.
- Arabic: حَمِيمٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: íntimo íntima
- Chinese: 亲密的
- Croatian: intiman intimna
- Czech: důvěrný
- Danish: intim
- Dutch: intiem
- European Spanish: íntimo íntima
- Finnish: läheinen
- French: intime
- German: intim
- Greek: οικείος οικεία
- Italian: intimo intima
- Japanese: 親しい
- Korean: 친밀한
- Norwegian: intim
- Polish: intymny intymna
- Portuguese: íntimo íntima
- Romanian: intim intim, intimă, intimi, intime
- Russian: близкий близкая
- Spanish: íntimo íntima
- Swedish: intim intimt
- Thai: สนิท
- Turkish: yakın
- Ukrainian: тісний
- Vietnamese: thân mật
- British English: intimate VERB
If you intimate something, you say it in an indirect way.He went on to intimate that he was indeed contemplating a shake-up of the company.
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