Hindi translation of 'generous'
generous /ˈdʒenərəs ˈजेनरअस्/
A generous person gives more of something, especially money, than is usual or expected.
German banks are generous in their lending.
A generous gift of $140 will feed them for a month.
generosity /ˌdʒenəˈrɒsɪti ˌजेनअˈरॉसिटी/ uncountable noun
She is well known for her generosity.
Please give generously.
Generous means friendly, helpful, and willing to see the good qualities in people or things.
It's very generous of you to forgive me.
He said, very generously, that the project had been a huge success.
Something that is generous is much larger than is usual or necessary.
खासा बड़ा [खासी बड़ी]
...a generous portion of spaghetti.
अच्छी तरह से
भरपूर रूप से
Sprinkle generously with sugar.
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Example Sentences Including 'generous'
In fact I felt in a generous mood towards her all of a sudden.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
Her hair in those days was golden brown, harvest gold, thickly plaited, the generous gold of plaited bread.Lost Children
Except that nothing was ever generous in the profession they followed.The Endless Game
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'generous' in Other Languages
- Arabic: كَرِيـم
- Brazilian Portuguese: generoso generosa
- Chinese: 慷慨的
- Croatian: darežljiv darežljiva
- Czech: štědrý
- Danish: generøs
- Dutch: vrijgevig
- European Spanish: generoso generosa
- Finnish: antelias
- French: généreux
- German: großzügig
- Greek: γενναιόδωρος γενναιόδωρη
- Italian: generoso generosa
- Japanese: 気前のよい
- Korean: 인심 좋은
- Norwegian: sjenerøs
- Polish: hojny hojna
- Portuguese: generoso generosa
- Romanian: generos generos, generoasă, generoși, generoase
- Russian: щедрый щедрая
- Spanish: generoso generosa
- Swedish: generös generöst
- Thai: ใจกว้าง
- Turkish: cömert
- Ukrainian: щедрий
- Vietnamese: hào phóng
Translation of generous from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary