ဝစ်ရှင်နရီ မှ



  • IPA: /ˈrɛtɪsənt/
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reticent (အက္ခရာဖလှယ်ရန် လိုအပ်) (သာလွန်အဆင့် more reticent, အသာလွန်ဆုံး most reticent)

  1. (အတွေးစိတ်ကူး၊ စိတ်ခံစားမှုများကို) ဖွင့်ဟပြောဆိုခြင်း မရှိသော။ သိုသိပ်ထားသော။ မြုံထားသော။ နှုတ်ဆိတ်နေသော။
    • 1870Charles Dickens, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, ch XXIII
      But he was a reticent as well as an eccentric man; and he made no mention of a certain evening when he warmed his hands at the gatehouse fire, and looked steadily down upon a certain heap of torn and miry clothes upon the floor.
    • 1891Thomas Hardy ,Tess of the d'Urbervilles, ch LIV
      She had told him she was not now at Marlott, but had been curiously reticent as to her actual address, and the only course was to go to Marlott and inquire for it.
    • 1915John Buchan, The Thirty-Nine Steps, Ch 3
      The milkman had been released, I read, and the true criminal, about whose identity the police were reticent, was believed to have got away from London by one of the northern lines.
    • 1922H. P. Lovecraft, The Music of Erich Zann
      The inhabitants of that street impressed me peculiarly; At first I thought it was because they were all silent and reticent; but later decided it was because they were all very old.