Hindi translation of 'immortal'
immortal /ɪˈmɔːtəl इˈमॉटल्/
Word forms: immortals
1. adjective, countable noun
Someone or something that is immortal or an immortal is famous and likely to be remembered for a long time.
This company thought up the immortal line 'A Diamond is Forever.'
He called Moore 'one of the immortals of soccer'.
immortality /ˌɪmɔːˈtælɪti ˌइमॉˈटैलिटी/ uncountable noun
Some people want to achieve immortality through their works.
In stories, someone who is immortal lives for ever.
immortality uncountable noun
The ancient Greeks believed in the immortality of the soul.
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Example Sentences Including 'immortal'
But I leaned on top of the glass counter full of immortal animals and waited.Fools Gold
But they're still not immortal ; and one day death will catch the last of them.Night Sisters
The power on the hill at Kenavara had witnessed them and, in that witnessing, had drawn them into an immortal dance.SACRAMENT (2001)
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Translation of immortal from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary