Hindi translation of 'graffiti'
graffiti /ɡrəˈfiːti ग्रअˈफ़ीटी/
Graffiti is words or pictures that are written or drawn in public places, for example on walls or trains.
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Example Sentences Including 'graffiti'
Neil stumbled after her, glancing back at the graffiti on the tower and trying to understand Dr Barbara's motives.Rushing to Paradise
Someone had vandalised the church hall, breaking the windows, spraying graffiti on the walls.HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
I understand that some of the hottest young artists today started out in graffiti.Miss Melville Regrets
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'graffiti' in Other Languages
- Arabic: نُقُوش
- Brazilian Portuguese: pichação
- Chinese: 涂鸦
- Croatian: grafiti
- Czech: graffiti
- Danish: graffiti
- Dutch: graffiti
- European Spanish: pintadas
- Finnish: graffiti
- French: graffiti
- German: Graffiti
- Greek: γκράφιτι
- Italian: graffiti
- Japanese: 落書き
- Korean: 낙서
- Norwegian: graffiti
- Polish: graffiti
- Portuguese: grafito
- Romanian: graffiti
- Russian: граффити
- Spanish: grafiti
- Swedish: klotter
- Thai: ภาพวาดหรือคำต่างๆ ที่วาดหรือสเปรย์ลงบนกำแพงหรือโปสเตอร์
- Turkish: grafiti grafitiler
- Ukrainian: графіті
- Vietnamese: hình vẽ hoặc chữ viết trên tường
Translation of graffiti from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary