Hindi translation of humble
humblePowered by COBUILD /ˈhʌmbəl ˈहम्बल्/
Word forms: humbler, humblest, humbles, humbling, humbled
Definitions and Translations
A humble person is not proud and does not believe that they are better than other people.
Derived formshumbly adverb
⇒ 'I'm a very lucky man,' he said humbly.
People and things that are considered very ordinary and unimportant can be described as humble.
⇒ ...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 देना
⇒ Ted's words humbled me.
Derived formshumbling adjective
नीचा दिखाने वाला
⇒ ...a very humbling experience.
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Example Sentences Including 'humble'
We all grinned at his joke and I acted humble and added some detail.Fools Gold
She offered herself to the various charities with which Washington was filled, and was given suitably junior and humble positions.The Ambassador's Women
Their workshop was a very humble affair in a lean-to near the lighthouse.A Daystar of Fear
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'humble' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مُتَوَاضِعٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: humilde
- Chinese: 谦虚的
- Croatian: skroman skromna
- Czech: pokorný
- Danish: ydmyg
- Dutch: bescheiden
- European Spanish: humilde
- Finnish: nöyrä
- French: humble
- German: bescheiden
- Greek: ταπεινός ταπεινή
- Italian: umile
- Japanese: 謙虚な
- Korean: 겸손한
- Norwegian: ydmyk
- Polish: skromny skromna
- Portuguese: humilde
- Romanian: umil umil, umilă, umili, umile
- Russian: скромный скромная
- Spanish: humilde
- Swedish: ödmjuk ödmjukt
- Thai: ถ่อมตัว
- Turkish: alçak gönüllü
- Ukrainian: скромний
- Vietnamese: khiêm tốn
Translation of humble from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary