Hindi translation of 'humble'
Word forms: humbler, humblest, humbles, humbling, humbled
3. transitive verb
A humble person is not proud and does not believe that they are better than other people.विनम्रसरलविनीत
humbly adverbविनम्रता से
'I'm a very lucky man,' he said humbly.
People and things that are considered very ordinary and unimportant can be described as humble.मामूलीतुच्छ
...a humble fisherman. ...the humble potato.
3. transitive verb
If something or someone humbles you, they make you realize that you are not as important or clever as you thought you were.घमंड तोड़ देनानीचा दिखाना
Ted's words humbled me.
humbling adjectiveनीचा दिखाने वाला
...a very humbling experience.
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Example Sentences Including 'humble'
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My father was very polite, humble and courteous and people respected him for that.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
A guy with real courage will be humble and walk away.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Choose a white form if you want to add a bit more light to proceedings but, in my humble opinion, speckled purple is the best.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Education transformed his life, moving him far away from his humble beginnings.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
He was a humble man.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
I am very proud and humbled to work with these guys.The Sun (2013)
When did the humble bicycle become so stylish?Times, Sunday Times (2007)
If anything, the humbling defeat should serve notice that improvements are urgently required.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
In victory they were humble and in defeat superb.The Sun (2012)
It was a humbling experience for the England bowlers, but it is the batsmen who will have to exceed themselves.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
The implications were instantly absorbed and a humbling apology was delivered.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
They're all very humble people, all looking to work hard.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
You feel very humbled and proud to be asked to come back.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The humble gilet has become the wardrobe staple for a certain kind of woman.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Does it feel just a little bit humble?Times, Sunday Times (2007)
He came from a very humble background but clawed his way to success.The Sun (2014)
In the old days presidents of humble background prided themselves on being born in log cabins.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Once again they show their contempt for the humble working man and woman.The Sun (2012)
She especially wants to give more people from humble backgrounds a chance of climbing the social ladder.The Sun (2016)
She proves that people with humble beginnings can rise high in the business world.The Sun (2006)
Their poppy take on folk music is at its most stripped back on this humble little track.The Sun (2016)
These humble people are frequently exploited by their selfish colleagues.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
This new freedom offers the opportunity of choice and was, in my humble opinion, worth fighting for.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
We must graciously serve one another in equally humble ways.Christianity Today (2000)
It was one of the most humbling experiences of my life.THE DOG LISTENER: Learning the Language of your Best Friend (2002)
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'humble' in Other Languages
British English: humble /ˈhʌmbl/ ADJECTIVE
A humble person is not proud and does not believe that they are better than other people.
He gave a great performance, but he was very humble.
- American English: humble
- Arabic: مُتَوَاضِعٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: humilde
- Chinese: 谦虚的
- Croatian: skroman
- Czech: pokorný
- Danish: ydmyg
- Dutch: bescheiden
- European Spanish: humilde
- Finnish: nöyrä
- French: humble
- German: bescheiden
- Greek: ταπεινός
- Italian: umile
- Japanese: 謙虚な
- Korean: 겸손한
- Norwegian: ydmyk
- Polish: skromny
- European Portuguese: humilde
- Romanian: umil
- Russian: скромный
- Spanish: humilde
- Swedish: ödmjuk
- Thai: ถ่อมตัว
- Turkish: alçak gönüllü
- Ukrainian: скромний
- Vietnamese: khiêm tốn
British English: humble VERB
If you humble someone who is more important or powerful than you, you defeat them easily.
The company won fame as the little car company that humbled the industry giants.
Translation of humble from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary