Hindi translation of 'calm'
calm /kɑːm काम्/
Word forms: calmer, calmest, calms, calming, calmed
1. adjective, uncountable noun
A calm person does not show or feel any worry, anger, or excitement. You can refer to someone's feeling of calm.
...a calm and diplomatic woman.
Try to keep calm.
He felt a sudden sense of calm.
She speaks slowly and calmly.
2. uncountable noun
Calm is a state of being quiet and peaceful.
Shouting disturbed the calm of the peaceful little street.
If the weather is calm, there is little or no wind. If the sea is calm, the water is not moving very much.
4. transitive verb
If you calm someone, you do something to make them less upset or excited.
Isabella helped to calm his fears.
Yoga can have a very calming effect on the mind.
If you calm down or if someone calms you down, you become less upset or excited.
I'll try a herbal remedy to calm him down.
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Example Sentences Including 'calm'
The peace was surprising, a slow noiseless calm , a place where panic couldn't reach.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
My heart was jolting strangely inside me and I took deep breaths to calm myself.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Back at the window she saw him cross the moonlit lawn at a calm night-watchman's pace.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
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'calm' in Other Languages
- Arabic: سَاكِن
- Brazilian Portuguese: calmo calma
- Chinese: 平静的
- Croatian: miran mirna
- Czech: klidný
- Danish: rolig
- Dutch: kalm
- European Spanish: calmado calmada
- Finnish: rauhallinen
- French: calme
- German: ruhig
- Greek: ήρεμος ήρεμη
- Italian: calmo calma
- Japanese: 落ち着いた
- Korean: 고요한
- Norwegian: rolig
- Polish: spokojny spokojna
- Portuguese: calmo calma
- Romanian: calm calm, calmă, calmi, calme
- Russian: спокойный спокойная
- Spanish: calmado calmada
- Swedish: lugn lugnt
- Thai: ที่มีอารมณ์สงบ
- Turkish: sakin
- Ukrainian: спокійний
- Vietnamese: bình tĩnh
Translation of calm from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary