Hindi translation of 'innocent'
innocent /ˈɪnəsənt 'इनअसन्ट्/
If someone is innocent, they did not commit a crime which they have been accused of.
He was sure that the man was innocent of murder.
innocent of something
innocent of a crime/charge
SET PHRASESinnocent or guilty
If someone is innocent, they have no experience or knowledge of the more complex or unpleasant aspects of life.
They seemed so young and innocent.
The baby smiled innocently.
Innocent people are those who are not involved in a crime, conflict, or other situation, but who nevertheless get injured or killed.
All those wounded were innocent victims.
An innocent remark or action is not meant to offend people, although it may do so.
It was probably an innocent question.
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Example Sentences Including 'innocent'
The wrists were tied together in front of the body with another scarf, clasped like an innocent Doris Day in a nineteen-fifties film.KICK BACK (2002)
There were plenty of innocent reasons why a German barge skipper's car might have been in Leiden.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Dear sweet Hat, so knowingly innocent so innocently knowing.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'innocent' in Other Languages
- Arabic: بَرِيءٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: inocente
- Chinese: 无辜的
- Croatian: nevin nevina
- Czech: nevinný
- Danish: uskyldig
- Dutch: onschuldig
- European Spanish: inocente
- Finnish: syytön
- French: innocent
- German: unschuldig
- Greek: αθώος αθώα
- Italian: innocente
- Japanese: 潔白な
- Korean: 순결한
- Norwegian: uskyldig
- Polish: niewinny niewinna
- Portuguese: inocente
- Romanian: inocent inocent, inocentă, inocenți, inocente
- Russian: невиновный
- Spanish: inocente
- Swedish: oskyldig oskyldigt
- Thai: ไร้เดียงสา
- Turkish: masum
- Ukrainian: невинний
- Vietnamese: ngây thơ
Translation of innocent from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary