Hindi translation of 'blunt'
blunt /blʌnt ब्लन्ट्/
Word forms: blunter, bluntest, blunts, blunting, blunted
If you are blunt, you say exactly what you think without trying to be polite.
His blunt answer surprised them.
'I don't believe you!' Jean said bluntly.
bluntness uncountable noun
His bluntness got him into trouble.
2. adjective before noun
A blunt object has a rounded or flat end rather than a sharp one.
He was beaten to death with a blunt instrument.
A blunt knife is no longer sharp and does not cut well.
4. transitive verb
If something blunts an emotion or feeling, it weakens it.
कुंद कर देना
मंद कर देना
Our appetite was blunted by the beer.
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Example Sentences Including 'blunt'
Very determined face -- young Ingrid Bergman, but not so pretty, a blunt face.Stone City
Even more unfortunately, he had been hit with the blunt instrument that had been intended for use on a nightwatchman at a superstore.A Dead Liberty
But there was no best way, only the blunt , unvarnished, unpalatable truth.Final Resort
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'blunt' in Other Languages
- Arabic: خَشِن
- Brazilian Portuguese: franco faca
- Chinese: 钝的
- Croatian: izravan
- Czech: upřímný drze
- Danish: ligefrem
- Dutch: bot
- European Spanish: directo
- Finnish: tylsä terä yms.
- French: émoussé
- German: unverblümt
- Greek: αμβλύς αμβλεία
- Italian: diretto diretta
- Japanese: 鈍い
- Korean: 무딘
- Norwegian: brysk
- Polish: stępiony stępiona
- Portuguese: franco
- Romanian: direct direct, directă direcți, directe
- Russian: резкий
- Spanish: romo roma
- Swedish: slö slött
- Thai: ทื่อ
- Turkish: dobra bıçak/makas
- Ukrainian: тупий
- Vietnamese: thẳng thừng
Translation of blunt from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary