self-conscious - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "self-conscious" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

self-conscious / застенчивый, неловкий
имя прилагательное
shy, timid, diffident, bashful, blushing, self-conscious
awkward, clumsy, uneasy, ungainly, gauche, self-conscious
имя прилагательное
feeling undue awareness of oneself, one's appearance, or one's actions.
I feel a bit self-conscious parking my scruffy old car
He suffered from bad acne and was self-conscious about his appearance.
To have knowledge, one must always be able, when necessary, to justify what one says, even though one need not always obtain one's knowledge via a self-conscious justificatory process.
Only self-conscious moral agents can weigh and judge the life of humans or animals.
She took virtually no exercise and was self-conscious about her appearance.
She was very self-critical and self-conscious about her appearance and actions.
Children may also feel self-conscious about their appearance and lack confidence in social situations, if they have severe facial abnormalities.
Tall and gangly, with a long nose and beady eyes, he was self-conscious about his appearance and despaired of ever being loved.
Handily for such awkward, self-conscious creatures, you can't really dance to it either.
Of course, philosophically speaking, where humans differ from other species is that they are self-conscious , in a way that albatrosses and flatworms just don't seem to be.
‘A lot of kids are also self-conscious and awkward when they go on holiday alone because of their condition but here they forget all that,’ he explained.