Hindi translation of 'critic'
critic /ˈkrɪtɪk ˈक्रिटिक्/
Word forms: critics
2. countable noun
1. countable noun
A critic is a person who writes reviews and expresses opinions about books, films, music, and art.
He was film critic for the Daily Telegraph.
a film/theatre critic
a music/entertainment/art critic
2. countable noun
Someone who is a critic of a person or system disapproves of them and criticizes them publicly.
Her critics say she only cares about success.
a critic of someone/something
a critic of a government/policy/war
a harsh/vocal/outspoken/fierce critic
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Example Sentences Including 'critic'
Michael, skilled, too, as a writer and fashion's wittiest critic , was one of her favourite people.The Image of Laura
And if I don't, we've got a music critic with more pipelines than OPEC.Murder in E Minor
The Symphony had suffered from a lack of leadership and discipline, or so our music critic felt compelled to write every other Sunday.Murder in E Minor
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'critic' in Other Languages
- Arabic: نَاقِد
- Brazilian Portuguese: crítico
- Chinese: 批评家
- Croatian: kritičar kritičarka
- Czech: kritik kritička
- Danish: kritiker
- Dutch: criticus
- European Spanish: crítico crítica
- Finnish: kriitikko
- French: critique
- German: Kritiker Kritikerin
- Greek: κριτικός
- Italian: critico
- Japanese: 批評家
- Korean: 비평가
- Norwegian: anmelder
- Polish: krytyk
- Portuguese: crítico
- Romanian: critic critici
- Russian: критик критикесса
- Spanish: crítico críticacomentarista
- Swedish: kritiker
- Thai: นักวิจารณ์
- Turkish: eleştirmen
- Ukrainian: критик
- Vietnamese: nhà phê bình
Translation of critic from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary