Hindi translation of 'lost'
lost /lɒst, Am lɔːst लॉस्ट् Am लॉस्ट्/
Lost is the past tense and past participle of lose.
‘lose’ का भूतकालिक एवं भूतकालिक कृदन्त रूप
If you are lost, you do not know where you are or you are unable to find your way.
भटका हुआ[भटकी हुई]
I realised I was lost.
If something gets lost, you cannot find it.
गुम हो जाना
गायब हो जाना
लुप्त हो जाना
If you feel lost, you feel uncomfortable because you are in an unfamiliar situation.
घबड़ाया हुआ[घबड़ाई हुई]
If advice or a comment is lost on someone, they do not understand it, or they pay no attention to it.
के द्वारा ध्यान नहीं दिया जाना
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Example Sentences Including 'lost'
Twice on his way back, after he had come off the Anzac Bridge, he had got lost on the turn-offs.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
Christian seemed lost in his memories: `I remember that house in the country.THE EXECUTION (2002)
She was perfectly content where she was, lost in a warm nothingness where no pain, no misery, no fear could intrude.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'lost' in Other Languages
- Arabic: تَائِهٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: perdido perdida
- Chinese: 走丢的
- Croatian: izgubljen izgubljena
- Czech: ztracený
- Danish: tabt
- Dutch: verdwaald
- European Spanish: perdido perdida
- Finnish: eksynyt
- French: perdu
- German: verloren
- Greek: χαμένος χαμένηεξαφανισμένος
- Italian: perso persa
- Japanese: 失った
- Korean: 잃은
- Norwegian: bortkommen bortkommet
- Polish: zagubiony zagubiona
- Portuguese: perdido perdida
- Romanian: pierdut pierdut, pierdută pierduți, pierdute
- Russian: заблудившийся заблудившаяся
- Spanish: perdido perdida
- Swedish: försvunnen försvunnet
- Thai: หลงทาง
- Turkish: kayıp
- Ukrainian: загублений
- Vietnamese: bị lạc đường
Translation of lost from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary