Hindi translation of 'desert'
Word forms: deserts, deserting, deserted
1. variable noun /ˈdezət ˈडेज़ट्/
A desert is a large area of land, usually in a hot region, which has almost no water, rain, trees, or plants.
2. transitive verb /dɪˈzɜːt डिˈज़अट्/
If people desert a place, they leave it and it becomes empty.
वीरान छोड़ देना
निर्जन कर देना
A number of fishermen deserted the port of St Malo.
...a deserted side street.
3. transitive verb
If someone deserts you, they leave you and no longer help or support you.
Mrs Roding's husband deserted her years ago.
desertionWord forms: desertions variable noun
She felt alone after her father's desertion.
4. intransitive verb
If someone deserts from the armed forces, they leave without permission.
desertion variable noun
Two soldiers face charges of desertion.
deserterWord forms: deserters countable noun
भगोड़ा व्यक्ति mn
...a young army deserter.
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Example Sentences Including 'desert'
She'd seen the despair, the complete desolation in my face, seen me looking out across some night-time rocky desert.BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)
Others retreat to the wild lonely places and hide there, in the heart of desert or jungle.THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: The Sangreal Trilogy One (2004)
Sheila don't have none of that at all: her inner life's a bleeding airy desert.LOSING IT (2002)
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'desert' in Other Languages
- Arabic: صَحْرَاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: deserto
- Chinese: 沙漠
- Croatian: pustinja
- Czech: poušť
- Danish: ørken
- Dutch: woestijn
- European Spanish: desierto
- Finnish: autiomaa
- French: désert
- German: Wüste
- Greek: έρημος
- Italian: deserto
- Japanese: 砂漠
- Korean: 사막
- Norwegian: ørken
- Polish: pustynia
- Portuguese: deserto
- Romanian: deșert deșerturi
- Russian: пустыня
- Spanish: desierto
- Swedish: öken
- Thai: ทะเลทราย
- Turkish: çöl
- Ukrainian: пустеля
- Vietnamese: sa mạc
Translation of desert from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary