English translation of 'acanhado'
acanhadoacanhada [akaˈɲadu, a]
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'acanhado' in Other Languages
British English: self-conscious /ˈsɛlfˈkɒnʃəs/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is self-conscious is easily embarrassed and nervous about the way they look or appear.
The hair loss made me even more self-conscious and introverted.
- American English: self-conscious
- Arabic: خَجُول
- Brazilian Portuguese: acanhado
- Chinese: 自我意识的
- Croatian: samosvjestan
- Czech: nesmělý
- Danish: selvbevidst
- Dutch: verlegen
- European Spanish: acomplejado
- Finnish: vaivautunut
- French: timide
- German: befangen
- Greek: ενσυνείδητος
- Italian: imbarazzato
- Japanese: 自意識の強い
- Korean: 남의 이목을 꺼리는
- Norwegian: forlegen
- Polish: nieśmiały
- European Portuguese: acanhado
- Romanian: sfios
- Russian: застенчивый
- Spanish: acomplejado
- Swedish: självmedveten
- Thai: มีสติรู้ตัว
- Turkish: içine kapanık
- Ukrainian: сором'язливий
- Vietnamese: ngượng ngập
British English: sheepish ADJECTIVE
If you look sheepish, you look slightly embarrassed because you feel foolish or you have done something silly.
I asked him why. He looked a little sheepish when he answered.
Translation of acanhado from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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