Hindi translation of 'generous'
A generous person gives more of something, especially money, than is usual or expected.उदारदानीउदारचेतादानशीलवदान्य
German banks are generous in their lending. A generous gift of $140 will feed them for a month.
generosity /ˌdʒenəˈrɒsɪti ˌजेनअˈरॉसिटी/ uncountable nounउदारता nfवदान्यता nf
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.उदारसहिष्णु
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]भरपूरप्रचुर
...a generous portion of spaghetti.
generously adverbअच्छी तरह सेभरपूर रूप से
Sprinkle generously with sugar.
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Example Sentences Including 'generous'
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She is friendly and generous, using her earnings to aid a recently widowed neighbour.The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
Her idea was especially generous and such a kind thing to do.The Sun (2010)
Some smaller lenders offer more generous loan sizes but they often have tighter acceptance criteria.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The master bedroom is a generous size and the secluded rear garden has been landscaped.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The moon in your values chart means you may be too generous with money.The Sun (2009)
The moon tempts you to be too generous with your money and your time.The Sun (2011)
To give to such groups in warm economic times would be generous.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Use a generous amount of highlighting powder on the middle of the forehead.The Sun (2013)
You enjoy being generous but your time will mean more to a relative.The Sun (2009)
But he was so generous and helpful.The Sun (2013)
This generous nationalism went one stage farther, too.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He was always very generous about the piece.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The generous amount of marvellous archive footage here reminds us of better times.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
This year, those deals are especially generous.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Add a swirl of balsamic vinegar and a more generous one of olive oil.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
He was so kind, so generous, so helpful.The Sun (2015)
More help is being lined up with your generous gifts.The Sun (2010)
Our appeal has received some generous donations.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
She was a very nice lady and always very generous.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
We have already had some very generous donations.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
You are the warmest, most generous and friendly boss.The Sun (2006)
Decent societies will always provide generous safety nets when families are weak or economic circumstances challenging.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
They gave him a generous gift and extended to him a formal blessing.Christianity Today (2000)
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'generous' in Other Languages
British English: generous /ˈdʒɛnərəs; ˈdʒɛnrəs/ ADJECTIVE
A generous person gives more of something, especially money, than is usual or expected.
He is generous with his money.
- American English: generous
- Arabic: كَرِيـم
- Brazilian Portuguese: generoso
- Chinese: 慷慨的
- Croatian: darežljiv
- Czech: štědrý
- Danish: generøs
- Dutch: vrijgevig
- European Spanish: generoso
- Finnish: antelias
- French: généreux
- German: großzügig
- Greek: γενναιόδωρος
- Italian: generoso
- Japanese: 気前のよい
- Korean: 인심 좋은
- Norwegian: sjenerøs
- Polish: hojny
- European Portuguese: generoso
- Romanian: generos
- Russian: щедрый
- Spanish: generoso
- Swedish: generös
- Thai: ใจกว้าง
- Turkish: cömert
- Ukrainian: щедрий
- Vietnamese: hào phóng
Translation of generous from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary