Translation: from english

flighty

  • 1 flighty

    непостоянный имя прилагательное:
    ветреный (windy, flighty, giddy, flyaway, blowy, volatile)
    непостоянный (unstable, impermanent, fickle, changeable, inconstant, flighty)
    капризный (capricious, whimsical, cranky, naughty, fractious, flighty)
    взбалмошный (flighty, daffy, addle)
    изменчивый (volatile, changeable, variable, mutable, checkered, flighty)
    помешанный (bonkers, mad, crazy, freak, hooked, flighty)
    пугливый (fearful, timid, skittish, shy, jittery, flighty)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 2 flighty

    adjective ((usually of girls and women) with easily changed ideas; not thinking deeply; always looking for amusement.) frívolo
    flighty
    tr['flaɪtɪ]
    adjective (comp flightier, superl flightiest)
    1 (not serious) frívolo,-a, poco serio,-a, casquivano,-a
    flighty ['flaɪt̬i] adj, flightier ; -est : caprichoso, frívolo
    flighty
    adj.
    caprichoso, -a adj.
    inconstante adj.
    veleidoso, -a adj.
    volátil adj.
    'flaɪti
    adjective -tier, -tiest veleidoso, inconstante
    ['flaɪtɪ]
    ADJ (compar flightier) (superl flightiest) [idea, remark] frívolo, poco serio; [girl] caprichoso, voluble
    * * *
    ['flaɪti]
    adjective -tier, -tiest veleidoso, inconstante

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 3 flighty

    [ʹflaıtı] a
    1. 1) капризный; взбалмошный; непостоянный

    flighty imagination - причуды воображения

    2) ветреный

    flighty conduct - легкомысленное поведение

    2. помешанный, полоумный
    3. пугливый (о лошади)
    4. редк. быстрый; преходящий

    НБАРС

  • 4 flighty

    adjective ((usually of girls and women) with easily changed ideas; not thinking deeply; always looking for amusement.) flatterhaft
    * * *
    flighty
    [ˈflaɪti, AM -t̬-]
    adj (usu pej)
    1. (moody) launisch pej, flatterhaft pej, kapriziös geh
    2. (light-headed) answer, words gedankenlos pej; promise leichtherzig pej; movements fahrig pej; thoughts wirr pej
    3. (careless) leichtsinnig pej
    * * *
    ['flaItɪ]
    adj (+er)
    (= fickle) unbeständig, flatterhaft; (= empty-headed) gedankenlos
    * * *
    flighty adj (adv flightily)
    1. unbeständig, launisch, flatterhaft
    2. kokett
    * * *
    adj.
    flatterhaft adj.
    flüchtig adj.

    English-german dictionary

  • 5 flighty

    1. a капризный; взбалмошный; непостоянный

    flighty imagination — причуды воображения

    2. a ветреный

    flighty conduct — легкомысленное поведение

    3. a помешанный, полоумный
    4. a пугливый
    5. a редк. быстрый; преходящий
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. capricious (adj.) capricious; changeable; crotchety; dizzy; erratic; fickle; inconstant; jumpy; mercurial; slightly delirious; unstable; variable; volatile; whimsical
    2. frivolous (adj.) frivolous; irresponsible; reckless; thoughtless
    3. giddy (adj.) bird-witted; empty-headed; featherbrained; fribble; fribbling; giddy; harebrained; hoity-toity; light; lightheaded; light-headed; rattlebrained; scatterbrained; silly; skittish; volage; yeasty
    Антонимический ряд:
    responsible; stable

    English-Russian base dictionary

  • 6 flighty

    /flighty/ * tính từ - hay thay đổi, đồng bóng =a flighty character+ tính nết hay thay đổi - bông lông, phù phiếm - gàn, dở hơi

    English-Vietnamese dictionary

  • 7 flighty

    ˈflaɪtɪ прил. непостоянный, изменчивый;
    ветреный, капризный, взбалмошный;
    переменный Syn : nervous капризный;
    взбалмошный;
    непостоянный - * imagination причуды воображения ветреный - * conduct легкомысленное поведение помешанный, полоумный пугливыйлошади) (редкое) быстрый;
    преходящий flighty непостоянный, изменчивый;
    ветреный, капризный

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь

  • 8 flighty

    flighty [ˊflaɪtɪ] a
    1) непостоя́нный, изме́нчивый; ве́треный, капри́зный
    2) поме́шанный

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера

  • 9 flighty

    adjective ((usually of girls and women) with easily changed ideas; not thinking deeply; always looking for amusement.) vilter, lettsindig
    adj. \/ˈflaɪtɪ\/
    1) flørtete, forfløyen, lettsindig
    a flighty young woman
    2) (noe) sinnsforvirret, smårar, smågal

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 10 flighty

    Adj
    1. चंचल व्यवहार
    He is flighty in his behaviour and not consistant at all.

    English-Hindi dictionary

  • 11 flighty

    {'flaiti}
    1. вятърничав, лекомислен, смахнат, неуравновесен
    2. плашлив (за кон)
    * * *
    {'flaiti} а 1. вятърничав, лекомислен; смахнат, неуравновесен
    * * *
    вятърничав; лекомислен;
    * * *
    1. вятърничав, лекомислен, смахнат, неуравновесен 2. плашлив (за кон)
    * * *
    flighty[´flaiti] adj 1. вятърничав, лекомислен; смахнат, неуравновесен; 2. плашлив (за кон); 3. рядко преходен, мимолетен; FONT face=Times_Deutsch}}◊ adv flightily.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 12 flighty

    adj. grillig; wispelturig, wuft; halfgaar
    flighty
    [ flajtie] 〈flightiness〉
    grilligwispelturig

    English-Dutch dictionary

  • 13 flighty

    ['flaɪtɪ]
    aggettivo [imagination] mutevole; [partner] incostante, volubile
    * * *
    adjective ((usually of girls and women) with easily changed ideas; not thinking deeply; always looking for amusement.) capriccioso, volubile
    * * *
    flighty /ˈflaɪtɪ/
    a.
    capriccioso; incostante; volubile; frivolo; leggero; irresponsabile
    flightily
    avv.
    capricciosamente; volubilmente; con leggerezza
    flightiness
    n. [u]
    capricciosità; incostanza; volubilità; leggerezza; irresponsabilità.
    * * *
    ['flaɪtɪ]
    aggettivo [imagination] mutevole; [partner] incostante, volubile

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 14 flighty

    flighty [ˈflaɪtɪ]
    adjective
    frivole ; (in love) volage
    * * *
    ['flaɪtɪ]
    adjective [imagination, mind] écervelé; [partner] volage

    English-French dictionary

  • 15 flighty

    flighty легкомысленный

    Персональный Сократ

  • 16 Flighty

    adj.
    Careless: P. and V. ῥᾴθυμος.
    Light-minded: V. κουφόνους.
    Fickle: P. and V. ἔμπληκτος.
    Now are you flighty and your wisdom is as folly: V. νῦν γὰρ πέτει τε καὶ φρονῶν οὐδὲν φρονεῖς (Eur., bacch. 332).

    Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. A vocabulary of the Attic language

  • 17 flighty

    flighty adj [person, imagination, account, mind] écervelé ; [partner] volage.

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 18 flighty

    flighty [{{t}}'flaɪtɪ] (compar flightier, superl flightiest)
    adjective
    inconstant; (in romantic relationships) volage, inconstant

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  • 19 flighty

    [ˈflaɪtɪ]
    flighty непостоянный, изменчивый; ветреный, капризный

    English-Russian short dictionary

  • 20 flighty

    ['flaɪtɪ]
    1) Общая лексика: ветреный, взбалмошный, изменчивый, капризный, непостоянный, полоумный, помешанный, преходящий
    2) Биология: пугливый
    3) Сельское хозяйство: пугливый (о лошади)
    4) Редкое выражение: быстрый

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь

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