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Hindi translation of 'blunder'

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/ˈblʌndə ˈब्लन्डअ/
Word forms: blunders, blundering, blundered
1. countable noun, intransitive verb
If you make a blunder, or if you blunder, you make a stupid mistake.
भारी ग़लती nf/बहुत बड़ी ग़लती कर देना
It was a blunder to give him the assignment. The company admitted it had blundered.

2. intransitive verb
If you blunder somewhere, you move there in a clumsy way.
डगमगाते हुए पहुंचना
He blundered into the table.

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Example Sentences Including 'blunder'

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It proved to be a catastrophic tactical blunder.
The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
This proved a huge tactical blunder.
Grenville, J. A. S. The Collins History of the World in the 20th Century (1994)
Both blundered about as others plunged the world into conflict.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Here we chart some of the biggest bureaucratic blunders of modern times.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Times, Sunday Times (2008)
White's next is a horrible blunder caused by time pressure.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Why do you blunder about and play the fool?
Kathleen E. Woodiwiss THE WOLF AND THE DOVE
A rushed move by the blundering board designed to keep any growing doubters quiet.
The Sun (2011)
But he knows the odd blunder can make games more interesting.
The Sun (2010)
But they went on to make blunder after blunder and it ended up a messy match.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
England need no reminding they have previous when it comes to goalkeeping blunders in Ukraine.
The Sun (2013)
Gloucester's defensive blunders only helped the visitors' cause.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The Black Cats boss says the ropey ref made two major blunders which cost his side all three points.
The Sun (2016)
Two defensive blunders set us on our way.
The Sun (2011)
He might have added avoiding blunders to the list.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The blunder comes after the Co-operative Group has suffered a torrid couple of years.
The Sun (2015)
The huge sum has been set aside for payouts to tens of thousands of patients who suffered blunders in hospital.
The Sun (2013)
The report outlines a string of major blunders.
The Sun (2010)
They followed the pattern of other terror cells - changing apartments and cars regularly - but they blundered again and again.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Three years on, she is still suffering from the hospital blunder.
The Sun (2014)
They pressed ahead, blundering into the woods through the darkening maze of trees and shrubs.
Christianity Today (2000)

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'blunder' in Other Languages

British English: blunder /ˈblʌndə/ NOUN
A blunder is a stupid or careless mistake.
I think he made a tactical blunder by announcing it so far ahead of time.
  • American English: blunder
  • Arabic: خَطَأَ فادِح
  • Brazilian Portuguese: gafe
  • Chinese: 大错
  • Croatian: nepromišljenost
  • Czech: omyl
  • Danish: brøler
  • Dutch: blunder
  • European Spanish: error garrafal
  • Finnish: kömmähdys
  • French: gaffe
  • German: Fehler
  • Greek: γκάφα
  • Italian: errore
  • Japanese: 大失敗
  • Korean: 큰 실수
  • Norwegian: bommert
  • Polish: błąd
  • European Portuguese: gafe
  • Romanian: gafă
  • Russian: грубая ошибка
  • Latin American Spanish: error garrafal
  • Swedish: blunder
  • Thai: การทำผิดเพราะสะเพร่า
  • Turkish: gaf
  • Ukrainian: промах
  • Vietnamese: điều sai lầm
British English: blunder VERB
If you blunder, you make a stupid or careless mistake.
No doubt I had blundered again.
  • American English: blunder
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cometer uma gafe
  • Chinese: 犯愚蠢错误
  • European Spanish: cometer un error
  • French: faire une gaffe
  • German: einen Fehler machen
  • Italian: prendere un abbaglio
  • Japanese: へまをする
  • Korean: 어처구니 없는 실수를 하다
  • European Portuguese: cometer uma gafe
  • Latin American Spanish: cometer un error


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