Hindi translation of 'bleak'
bleak /bliːk ब्लीक्/
Word forms: bleaker, bleakest
If a situation is bleak, it is bad, and seems unlikely to improve.
The immediate outlook remains bleak.
bleakness uncountable noun
अंधेरा mn या निराशा , nf
...the bleakness of the postwar period.
If you describe something as bleak, you mean it looks cold or unpleasant.
ठंडा[ठंडी] या नीरस
...bleak inner-city streets.
The weather can be quite bleak on the coast.
If someone looks or sounds bleak, they seem depressed or unfriendly.
Julian's face took on a bleak look.
'There is nothing left,' she says bleakly.
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Example Sentences Including 'bleak'
Having been forced to come ashore Rebecca found herself on a bleak island.The Image of Laura
Having seen the bleak , austere monastery on the Isle of Slarn, the Temple of Xaphista seemed almost garish by comparison.TREASON KEEP (2001)
He walked down the bleak corridor like a robot, staring straight ahead.Cover Story
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'bleak' in Other Languages
- Arabic: كَئِيب
- Brazilian Portuguese: desolador desabrigada
- Chinese: 黯淡的
- Croatian: sumoran
- Czech: pochmurný
- Danish: trist
- Dutch: somber
- European Spanish: sombrío
- Finnish: synkkä
- French: glauque
- German: kahl
- Greek: άχαρος άχαρη
- Italian: desolato desolata
- Japanese: 荒涼とした
- Korean: 황량한
- Norwegian: dyster
- Polish: ponury ponura
- Portuguese: desabrigado desabrigada
- Romanian: sumbru sumbru, sumbră, sumbri, sumbre
- Russian: гнетущий
- Spanish: inhóspito inhóspita
- Swedish: dyster dystert
- Thai: ไร้ความหวัง
- Turkish: rüzgara açık
- Ukrainian: похмурий
- Vietnamese: ảm đạm
Translation of bleak from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary