Hindi translation of 'maroon'
maroon /məˈruːn मअˈरून्/
Word forms: maroons, marooning, marooned
1. adjective, uncountable noun
Something that is maroon is a dark reddish-purple.
रक्तिम भूरे रंग mn
...maroon velvet curtains.
2. transitive verb
If someone is marooned somewhere, they are left in a place that is difficult for them to escape from.
असहाय छूट जाना
मुश्किलों में अकेला रह जाना
He was marooned on a desert island for five years.
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Example Sentences Including 'maroon'
She was closely followed by one of the hotel staff in a maroon jacket.Dreams of Innocence
His maroon cap was turned back to front, allowing his tangle of black hair to fall forward over his eyes.An Older Woman
A rotund figure approached across the courtyard, swathed in a maroon woollen wrap.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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'maroon' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مَنْبُوذ
- Brazilian Portuguese: castanho castanha
- Chinese: 栗色的
- Croatian: kestenjast kestenjast
- Czech: hnědočervený
- Danish: kastanjebrun
- Dutch: kastanjebruin
- European Spanish: granate
- Finnish: viininpunainen
- French: bordeaux
- German: kastanienbraun
- Greek: μπορντό
- Italian: bordeaux
- Japanese: 栗色の
- Korean: 밤색의
- Norwegian: rødbrun
- Polish: kasztanowy kasztanowa
- Portuguese: castanho castanha
- Romanian: maro
- Russian: темно-бордовый темно-бордовая
- Spanish: granate
- Swedish: vinröd vinrött
- Thai: ซึ่งมีสีแดงม่วงเข้มอมน้ำตาล
- Turkish: vişne çürüğü renginde
- Ukrainian: темно-бордовий
- Vietnamese: nâu sẫm
Translation of maroon from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary