Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Qualm"

The meaning of "Qualm" in various phrases and sentences

Q: “I have no qualms about smoking in public.” ne anlama geliyor?
A: A "qualm" is like an uneasy feeling (such as worry).

So if you have no qualms about something, it basically means it doesn't cause you any worry or concern.
Q: qualm ne anlama geliyor?
A: it is
"an uncomfortable feeling of doubt about whether you are doing the right thing"
Q: you haven't a qualm ne anlama geliyor?
A: You have no hesitation or regret
Q: qualms ne anlama geliyor?
A: An uneasy feeling, like maybe it’s not a good idea to do whatever is being suggested.
Q: qualm ne anlama geliyor?
A: apprehension, doubt

Example sentences using "Qualm"

Q: qualms ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: "I have no qualms with that." - (i dont have any issue with that)
"He had no qualms ordering an expensive dinner for his love" - (he had no objections to ordering an expensive dinner for his loved one)
Q: qualm ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: He had no qualms about telling her how he felt about her.
Q: "I've no qualms " is it usable nowadays? ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: People still use it, but for whatever reason it sounds a lot more natural to say “I have no qualms (about ...)” instead of contracting it to “I’ve.”

Synonyms of "Qualm" and their differences

Q: qualm ve scruple arasındaki fark nedir?

Qualm – something about this makes you feel that it is wrong.

Scruple – there is a line of behaviour past which you will not go. You will do this, but not that. These are called your scruples
Q: qualm ve misgiving arasındaki fark nedir?

Usually they are the same.

I personally would consider a misgiving to be stronger than a qualm - but I simply don't know if that is universal
Q: qualm ve doubt arasındaki fark nedir?
A: a qualm is more specific. It means a doubt about yourself. Doubt is more general and can apply to almost all situations
Q: qualm ve worry arasındaki fark nedir?
A: They have the same meaning, "worry" is more commonly used for speaking.

Other questions about "Qualm"

Q: I have no qualm about doing that. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: × I have no qualm about doing that.
✓ I have no qualms about doing that.

Q: no qualms about joining. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: no qualm to join bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Suggest: no qualms with joining. For example "I have no qualms with joining."
Q: What does "has not qualms with somebody" mean?
What does "isn't affectionate of somebody" mean?
What does "skipped out on her" mean?
What does "he's pushing for her" mean?

Location, location, location…is reportedly at the heart of the Jennifer Aniston/Justin Theroux split, according to TMZ

An NYC neighbor of "The Leftovers" star told TMZ that while he has no qualms with Aniston, isn't so affectionate of Theroux, and feels sorry for the former "Friends" star
for having been made to live in a [expletive] hole.

Norman Resnicow explained to TMZ how Jen's always been good to him and he actually feels badly for the star, because he believes that Justin apparently forced her to like his NYC pad and then skipped out on her because she wasn't feeling the spot.

The neighbor added that "Everyone knows Jennifer hated the place," and guesses that the "The Break-Up" star obtained top legal assistance to shield herself from Theroux, "who is acting crummy to her like he did to me." He even went on to say that he's pushing for Jen, as she named her most favored dog Norman.
A: "To have qualms" means to have doubt or worry about a decision or action. I have to disagree with the article in that "qualms" isn't usually used about people.
"I am having qualms about accepting this job."
"I have no qualms about asking Mary to marry me."
For me, it is better to say, "I have no problem with Aniston."
"Isn't affectionate of" means that you are not fond of/don't care for someone. You don't hate them, you just are more neutral. Again, I think this is a poor sentence. We don't usually say that we are affectionate of. Better is "I have affection for" or "The neighbor has less affection (no affection for) Theroux".
"To skip out" means to abandon or run away from. It is always negative.
"He skipped out on her after the honeymoon."
"Tom didn't have any money, so he skipped out of the bill at the restaurant."
"My neighbors moved out of their apartment in the middle of the night. They skipped out of the rent."
"To push for someone or something" means to support or be in favor of a person or action.
"My family can't decide where to go for vacation. I am pushing for Florida." (my choice of destinations is Florida).
"Who are you pushing for in the talent contest?" (who do you want to win the contest?)
"Don't worry about winning the class election. All of your friends are pushing for you.

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