Hindi translation of 'instant'
instant /ˈɪnstənt ˈइन्स्टन्ट्/
Word forms: instants
1. countable noun
An instant is an extremely short period of time or a point in time.
The pain disappeared in an instant.
At that instant, the lights went out.
If you say that someone does something the instant something else happens, you are emphasizing that they do the first thing immediately after the second thing happens.
She knew the instant he walked in that it was true.
You use instant to describe something that happens immediately.
He took an instant dislike to Michael.
The man was killed instantly.
4. adjective before noun
Instant food can be prepared very quickly, for example by just adding water.
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Example Sentences Including 'instant'
The brain throws a switch and the body powers out of deep sleep into instant consciousness.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
An instant later, the Dog collided with her, smelling distinctly singed.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
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'instant' in Other Languages
- Arabic: سَرِيعٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: imediato imediata
- Chinese: 立即的
- Croatian: trenutačan
- Czech: okamžitý
- Danish: øjeblikkelig
- Dutch: onmiddellijk
- European Spanish: instantáneo instantánea
- Finnish: välitön
- French: instantané
- German: sofortig
- Greek: στιγμιαίος στιγμιαία
- Italian: istantaneo istantanea
- Japanese: 即座の
- Korean: 즉시의
- Norwegian: umiddelbar
- Polish: nagły nagła
- Portuguese: imediato imediata
- Romanian: imediat imediat, imediată, imediați, imediate
- Russian: мгновенный мгновенная
- Spanish: instantáneo instantánea
- Swedish: omedelbar omedelbart
- Thai: ทันทีทันใด
- Turkish: anında
- Ukrainian: миттєвий
- Vietnamese: lập tức
Translation of instant from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary