Hindi translation of 'ironic'
ironic /aɪˈrɒnɪk आइˈरॉनिक्/
When you make an ironic remark, you say something that you do not mean, as a joke.
People used to call me Mr Popularity at secondary school, but they were being ironic.
'A very good year for women!' she said ironically.
An ironic situation is strange or amusing because it is the opposite of what you expect.
I always wanted to be a dancer, which is ironic, because I can't dance at all!
विडंबना तो देखिए
Ironically, for a man who hated war, he made a great war photographer.
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Example Sentences Including 'ironic'
How ironic that Gloria Godwit should believe she had bought Stan the H. V. St John poems.INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2002)
It's ironic really... you know... being found snogging by someone who says they don't want commitment then them blowing a gasket.LOOKING FOR ANDREW McCARTHY (2002)
The Shark was an ironic nickname for the most junior member of the squad.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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'ironic' in Other Languages
- Arabic: تَهَكُّمِيٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: irônico irônica
- Chinese: 讽刺的
- Croatian: ironičan ironična
- Czech: ironický
- Danish: ironisk
- Dutch: ironisch
- European Spanish: irónico irónica
- Finnish: ironinen
- French: ironique
- German: ironisch
- Greek: ειρωνικός ειρωνική
- Italian: ironico ironica
- Japanese: 皮肉な
- Korean: 풍자적인
- Norwegian: ironisk
- Polish: ironiczny ironiczna
- Portuguese: irónico irónica
- Romanian: ironic ironic, ironică, ironici, ironice
- Russian: шуточный
- Spanish: irónico irónica
- Swedish: ironisk ironiskt
- Thai: ที่ชอบเหน็บแนม
- Turkish: alaycı
- Ukrainian: іронічний
- Vietnamese: mỉa mai
Translation of ironic from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary