Hindi translation of 'grace'
grace /ɡreɪs ग्रेइस्/
Word forms: graces, gracing, graced
1. uncountable noun
If someone moves with grace, they move smoothly and elegantly.
2. uncountable noun
If someone behaves with grace, they behave in a polite and dignified way, even when they are upset.
He accepted defeat with grace.
3. transitive verb
If you say that something or someone graces a place, you mean that they make the place more pleasant or attractive.[formal]
खुशनुमा बना देना
The garden is graced with palm trees and a pool.
Her face has graced the cover of more than 500 magazines.
4. uncountable noun
A period of grace is an extra period of time that you have been given to do something.
दिया गया अतिरिक्त समय mn
Businesses were given a year's grace, and payments will begin from March next year.
If you refer to someone's fall from grace, you are talking about the fact that they are suddenly no longer approved of or popular, often because they have done something unacceptable. You can also say that someone has fallen from grace.
नज़र से उतर जाना
नज़रों से गिर जाना
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Example Sentences Including 'grace'
Amazing grace , how sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me.Desperadoes
The effect had all the grace of two shoppers trying to shove past each other in the checkout line.Cormorant
He had made many mistakes at first, and only survived by grace of the Stones ' support and strength, nothing else.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
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Translation of grace from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary