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EtymologyEdit

From Latin meticulōsus (full of fear, timid, fearful, terrible, frightful), from metus (fear) and -culōsus, extracted from perīculōsus (perilous).

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AdjectiveEdit

meticuleus (comparative meticuleuzer, superlative meest meticuleus or meticuleust)

  1. meticulous

InflectionEdit

Inflection of meticuleus
uninflected meticuleus
inflected meticuleuze
comparative meticuleuzer
positive comparative superlative
predicative/adverbial meticuleus meticuleuzer het meticuleust
het meticuleuste
indefinite m./f. sing. meticuleuze meticuleuzere meticuleuste
n. sing. meticuleus meticuleuzer meticuleuste
plural meticuleuze meticuleuzere meticuleuste
definite meticuleuze meticuleuzere meticuleuste
partitive meticuleus meticuleuzers

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