Hindi translation of 'informal'
informal /ɪnˈfɔːməl इनˈफ़ॉमल्/
You use informal to describe behaviour, speech, or situations that are relaxed and casual rather than correct and serious.
This door leads to the informal living area.
an informal discussion/meeting/talk
SIMILAR WORDSrelaxed, casual, unofficial
informality /ɪnfɔːˈmælɪti इन्फ़ॉˈमैलिटी/ uncountable noun
He was overwhelmed by their friendly informality.
a sign that more informality is gradually coming into the language
the informality of the communication process
the informality of something
अनौपचारिक रूप से
They frequently chat informally over coffee.
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Example Sentences Including 'informal'
The atmosphere of the dining-hall and assembly hall, the classrooms and individual rooms was informal , and possessed an odd sort of charm.The Ambassador's Women
Which partly explains why, out of some misguided notion of loyalty, we continued to employ Marshall on an informal , part-time basis.CHAMELEON (2002)
Sir David poured, then sat down on the edge of the table, in his informal mode.Cormorant
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'informal' in Other Languages
- Arabic: غَيْرُ رَسْمِيٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: informal
- Chinese: 非正式的
- Croatian: neformalan neformalna
- Czech: neformální
- Danish: uformel
- Dutch: informeel
- European Spanish: informal improvisado
- Finnish: epävirallinen vapaamuotoinen
- French: informel
- German: inoffiziell
- Greek: ανεπίσημος ανεπίσημη
- Italian: informale
- Japanese: 形式ばらない
- Korean: 비공식적인
- Norwegian: uformell
- Polish: nieformalny nieformalna
- Portuguese: informal
- Romanian: informal informal, informală, informali, informale
- Russian: неформальный неформальная
- Spanish: informal
- Swedish: informell informellt
- Thai: ไม่เป็นทางการ
- Turkish: teklifsiz
- Ukrainian: неформальний
- Vietnamese: thân mật
Translation of informal from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary