Hindi translation of 'austere'
Something that is austere is plain and not decorated.कठोरअतिसंयमी
austerity /ɔːˈsterɪti ऑˈस्टेरिटी/ uncountable nounसंयम mnकठोरता nf
...the austerity of the priest's coat.
An austere person is strict and serious.कठोरअतिगंभीर
...a rather austere, distant, somewhat cold person.
An austere way of life is rather harsh, with no luxuries.सादा और अति संयमित
The life of the troops was still rather austere.
austerity uncountable nounअतिसंयम mnकठोरता nf
...the years of austerity which followed the war.
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Example Sentences Including 'austere'
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In a beautiful, austere church there's liturgical music playing and rare religious artwork.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Ahead of me the Moon hung cold and austere, her seas and mountains picked out in sharp grey tones.Anti-Ice (1993)
A couple of questions had taken me to that cold austere corner of war with its concrete, mesh and bars.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Here is the winningly witty combination of high culture and low life, both austere and sumptuous.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
This one is very new, and the room is still rather austere: simple chairs and tables importantly set with linen.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
A very austere life is truly unimaginable to people.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
It is a place of austere but majestic beauty.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Others had a different gripe with his austere approach to soldiers' lifestyles.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
It would be in keeping with these austere economic times and might appeal to this very modern couple.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
This is of massive value, especially in austere economic times and for people reliant of food banks.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
He was widely respected for his pious and austere way of life, dressing in skins and eating only herbs.COLLINS DICTIONARY OF SAINTS (2004)
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'austere' in Other Languages
British English: austere ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as austere, you approve of its plain and simple appearance.
...a cream linen suit and austere black blouse.
Translation of austere from the Collins English to Hindi