humble in Italian
agg. umile, modesto; remissivo, sottomesso; povero; meschino, vile, misero
Related Italian Translationshumble oneself → v. umiliarsi
humblebee → s. bombo, calabrone (zool.)
humbled → [humble] v. umiliare, mortificare, avvilire; (rifl) umiliarsi, fare atto di sottomissione; sottomettere
humbleness → s. umiltà, modestia
Expressionsverb: cause to be unpretentious Example:This experience will humble him.
verb: cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of
adjective: marked by meekness or modesty; not arrogant or prideful Example:A humble apology.
adjective: used of unskilled work (especially domestic work)
adjective: low or inferior in station or quality Example:A humble cottage.
adjective: of low birth or station (`base' is archaic in this sense) Example:Of humble (or lowly) birth.
Synonyms for humble1. polite: courteous, respectful, courtly
2. lowly: meek, modest, submissive, unassuming, small, plain, poor
3. meek: quiet, unassuming, shy, timid, reserved, demure, unobtrusive
4. degrade: debase, demean, humiliate, mortify, shame, reduce, abase
Verb forms for humblePresent participle: humbling
Present: humble (3.person: humbles)
Future: will humble
Present conditional: would humble
Present Perfect: have humbled (3.person: has humbled)
Past Perfect: had humbled
Future Perfect: will have humbled
Past conditional: would have humbled