Hindi translation of 'abrupt'
abrupt /əˈbrʌpt अˈब्रप्ट्/
An abrupt action is very sudden and often unpleasant.
Her holiday came to an abrupt end when she broke her foot.
आकस्मिक रूप से
He stopped abruptly.
Someone who is abrupt is rather rude and unfriendly.
'Good night, then,' she said abruptly.
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Example Sentences Including 'abrupt'
Banks was abrupt with him, resenting the kind of smug arrogance that the smirk implied.AFTERMATH (2001)
The track, or what remained of it, came to an abrupt end.High Stand
Again the abrupt change in conversation caught Marlette by surprise.The Devil's Door
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'abrupt' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مُفاجِئ خطير
- Brazilian Portuguese: repentino repentina
- Chinese: 突然
- Croatian: nagao nagla
- Czech: náhlý
- Danish: brat
- Dutch: abrupt
- European Spanish: abrupto abrupta
- Finnish: äkkinäinen
- French: abrupt
- German: abrupt
- Greek: αιφνίδιος αιφνίδια
- Italian: improvviso improvvisa
- Japanese: 不意の
- Korean: 갑작스러운
- Norwegian: brå brått
- Polish: nagły nagła
- Portuguese: repentino repentina
- Romanian: brusc bruscă, bruști, bruște
- Russian: внезапный внезапная
- Spanish: abrupto abrupta
- Swedish: abrupt
- Thai: ทันทีทันใด
- Turkish: ani
- Ukrainian: раптовий
- Vietnamese: đột ngột
Translation of abrupt from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary