Hindi translation of 'lavish'
lavish /ˈlævɪʃ ˈलैव़िश्/
Word forms: lavishes, lavishing, lavished
If you describe something as lavish, you mean that a lot of time, effort, or money has been spent on it to make it as impressive as possible.
बहुत खर्चीला[बहुत खर्चीली]
...a lavish party.
IBM spent lavishly on their workers' education.
If you say that something is lavish, you mean it is extravagant and wasteful.
He stole jewellery and paintings to pay for a lavish lifestyle.
3. transitive verb
If you lavish something such as money, affection, or time on someone or something, you spend a lot of money on them or give them a lot of affection or attention.
Prince Sadruddin lavished praise on Britain's contribution.
The emperor promoted the general and lavished him with gifts.
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Example Sentences Including 'lavish'
Everything was on a lavish scale, slightly tatty only round the edges.Somewhere East of Life
How Mrs. Lardner discovered her own genius at the art, no guest at her many lavish entertainments could guess.The Complete Stories Volume 2
Only one thing about them is lavish , their hair, their long smooth black hair sparked with blue lights.Three Kinds of Kissing - Scottish Short Stories
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Translation of lavish from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary