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Explanation: I would think that it does not mean outgoing, but rather the opposite. Form context it would make sense: "I am no as bad as Jan who is very intoverted, but I am a bit shy." And from etymology too. I think "Klemmi" comes from "verklemmt sein" to be very uptight or repressed.
Lars Helbig Germany Local time: 04:52 Native speaker of: German