Definición de squeamish en inglés:

squeamish

Saltos de línea: squeam|ish
Pronunciación: /ˈskwiːmɪʃ
 
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adjetivo

Derivativos

squeamishly

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Carl Zimmer describes in his squeamishly gripping book Parasite Rex how, eventually, the barnacle fills the entire carapace of the crab, which becomes, in effect, a zombie.
  • These creatures are not just squeamishly gross, but also a very real health threat.
  • You squeamishly go looking for a quiet spot behind a bush to do your thing.

squeamishness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • By failing to make these distinctions (though you'll perhaps understand our squeamishness when it comes to these sorts of details), we've made the world seem like a much nastier and more dangerous place than it is.
  • But beyond puritanical squeamishness - and the native instinct of all bureaucracies to create policies upon policies - employers have good reason to outlaw porn.
  • Researcher Nathaniel Fried at Johns Hopkins Medical School in Balti said men should overcome their squeamishness and opt for a vasectomy - a far cheaper and safer operation than female sterilization.

Origen

late Middle English: alteration of dialect squeamous, from Anglo-Norman French escoymos, of unknown origin.

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