Hindi translation of 'gone'
gone /ɡɒn, Am ɡɑːn गॉन् Am गान्/
Gone is the past participle of go.
गया हुआ, go का भूतकालिक कृदन्त रूप
2. adjective after link verb
Someone or something that is gone is no longer present or no longer exists.
While he was gone she had tea with the Colonel.
By morning the smoke will be all gone.
If it is gone a particular time, it is later than that time.[Brit , informal]
के बाद का
It was just gone 7 o'clock this evening when I finished.
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Example Sentences Including 'gone'
She'd know I'd gone through her handbag of course -- things would be in the wrong place.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Then she stood up, the rough edge of her voice gone again now:'I'm not being malicious, Mr Baker.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
Moments later the desire and the anger were quite gone and I felt totally calm.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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'gone' in Other Languages
- Arabic: رَاحِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: ausente
- Chinese: 离去的
- Croatian: otišao otišla, otišlo
- Czech: pryč
- Danish: væk
- Dutch: verdwenen
- European Spanish: desaparecido desaparecidamuerto
- Finnish: mennyt
- French: parti
- German: weg
- Greek: χαμένος χαμένη
- Italian: andato andata
- Japanese: いなくなって
- Korean: 사라진
- Norwegian: borte
- Polish: miniony miniona
- Portuguese: ausente
- Romanian: plecat plecat, plecată, plecați, plecate
- Russian: отсутствующий
- Spanish: desaparecido desaparecida
- Swedish: försvunnen försvunnet
- Thai: จากไป
- Turkish: geçmiş
- Ukrainian: зниклий
- Vietnamese: qua đời, mất đi
Translation of gone from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary