Hindi translation of 'diffident'
Someone who is diffident is shy and lacks confidence.संकोचीसंशयी
diffidence uncountable nounसंशय mn
The trouble seems to be a kind of diffidence, a sense of embarrassment.
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All this lends a rather diffident tone to her memoir.The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
No praise is too high for a man whose somewhat diffident public persona masks a character who is as tough as nails.The Sun (2012)
There's always been something rather diffident about Lively.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
For much of the time he appeared to be an ego in retreat, his manner diffident and apparently shy.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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British English: diffident ADJECTIVE
Someone who is diffident is rather shy and does not enjoy talking about themselves.
She was diffident and reserved.
Translation of diffident from the Collins English to Hindi