Hindi translation of 'hopeful'
hopeful /ˈhəʊpfʊl ''हअउपफ़ुल्/
Word forms: hopefuls
3. countable noun
If you are hopeful, you are fairly confident that something that you want to happen will happen.
Surgeons were hopeful of saving Sara's left eye.
If something such as a sign or event is hopeful, it makes you feel that what you want to happen will happen.
...hopeful forecasts that the economy will improve.
3. countable noun
If you refer to someone as a hopeful, you mean that they have a particular ambition and it is possible that they will achieve it.
आशावान व्यक्ति mn
...his job as football coach to young hopefuls.
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Example Sentences Including 'hopeful'
Sister Mahina had been quite hopeful that a peaceful solution might be reached.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Maurice Blair had so far responded surprisingly well to what treatment was possible; in his case the prognosis was hopeful.Unto The Grave
But I'm hopeful of bringing the case to an early conclusion," Millson said.The Book Lady
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'hopeful' in Other Languages
- Arabic: آمِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: esperançoso esperançosa
- Chinese: 有希望的
- Croatian: optimističan optimistična
- Czech: nadějný
- Danish: forhåbningsfuld
- Dutch: hoopvol
- European Spanish: esperanzado esperanzada
- Finnish: toiveikas
- French: optimiste
- German: hoffnungsvoll
- Greek: αισιόδοξος αισιόδοξη
- Italian: speranzoso speranzosa
- Japanese: 希望が持てる
- Korean: 희망적인
- Norwegian: forventningsfull
- Polish: pełny nadziei pełna nadziei
- Portuguese: esperançoso esperançosa
- Romanian: optimist optimist, optimistă, optimiști, optimiste
- Russian: надеющийся надеющаяся
- Spanish: esperanzado esperanzada
- Swedish: hoppfull hoppfullt
- Thai: มีความหวัง
- Turkish: umutlu
- Ukrainian: оптимістичний
- Vietnamese: đầy hy vọng
Translation of hopeful from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary