Hindi translation of 'kind'
kind /kaɪnd काइण्ड्/
Word forms: kinds, kinder, kindest
1. variable noun
If you talk about a particular kind of thing, you are talking about one of the classes or sorts of that thing.
Has Jamie ever been in any kind of trouble?
I'm not the kind of person to get married.
This book prize is the biggest of its kind in the world.
Donations came from all kinds of people.
You use kind of, type of and sort of to talk about a class of people or things. Kind of is the most common and is used in both speech and writing. Type of is slightly more formal and is used especially to talk about things which can be divided into clear categories, such as in academic writing. Sort of is more informal and is used mostly in spoken English.These are all countable nouns and after words like all and many, you use the plural form kinds/types of. After these phrases, you can use either a plural or a singular noun.
a kind of person/thing
a different/similar/particular/certain/new/special kind
the same/other kind
the right/wrong kind
If you use a number in front of kinds/types of, you should use a singular noun after it.
Worms feed on many different kinds of plants/plant.
The survey covered all types of employees/employee.
After kind/type of you use a singular noun.
There are four main types of volcano.
two people with the same kind/type of personality
Someone who is kind behaves in a gentle, caring, and helpful way towards other people.
She is warm-hearted and kind to everyone.
It was very kind of you to come.
He very kindly asked me to the party.
kindness uncountable noun
We have been treated with such kindness by everybody.
3. adjective after link verb
You can use kind in expressions such as please be so kind as to in order to ask someone to do something in a firm but polite way.
इतनी तो कृपा करेंगे-बातचीत करने का भद्र किंतु दृढ़ तरीका
I wonder if you'd be kind enough to call him.
You use kind of when you want to say that something or someone can be roughly described in a particular way.[spoken]
लगभग इस तरह
एक प्रकार का [की]
She wasn't beautiful. But she was kind of cute.
It kind of gives us an idea of what's happening.
Payment in kind is payment in the form of goods or services, rather than money.
वस्तु के रूप में
सेवा के रूप में
You can pay in kind rather than in cash, for instance, by babysitting or cooking meals.
6. see also kindly
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Example Sentences Including 'kind'
At the same time I was kind of playing with the buttons of her shirt, undoing them slowly, waiting for the conversation to dissolve.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Perhaps there had even been a kind of innocence in our duplicity.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Things of that ilk do not wake without reason, or without help of some kind.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
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'kind' in Other Languages
- Arabic: حَنُونٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: amável
- Chinese: 仁慈的
- Croatian: ljubazan
- Czech: laskavý
- Danish: venlig
- Dutch: aardig
- European Spanish: amable servicial
- Finnish: ystävällinen
- French: gentil gentille
- German: liebenswürdig
- Greek: ευγενικός ευγενική
- Italian: gentile
- Japanese: 親切な
- Korean: 친절한
- Norwegian: snill
- Polish: uprzejmy uprzejma
- Portuguese: amável
- Romanian: amabil amabil, amabilă, amabili, amabile
- Russian: добрый добрая
- Spanish: amable
- Swedish: snäll snällt
- Thai: ใจดี
- Turkish: iyi kalpli
- Ukrainian: добрий
- Vietnamese: tử tế
- Arabic: نَوْعٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: tipo
- Chinese: 种类
- Croatian: vrsta
- Czech: druh typ
- Danish: slags
- Dutch: soort type
- European Spanish: especie clase
- Finnish: laji
- French: sorte
- German: Art
- Greek: είδος
- Italian: tipo
- Japanese: 種類
- Korean: 종류
- Norwegian: slag type
- Polish: rodzaj
- Portuguese: tipo
- Romanian: fel feluri
- Russian: вид тип
- Spanish: especie tipo
- Swedish: sort
- Thai: ชนิด
- Turkish: tür
- Ukrainian: різновид
- Vietnamese: loại dạng
Translation of kind from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary