Hindi translation of naive
naivePowered by COBUILD or naïve /naɪˈiːv, Am nɑː- नाइˈईव़् Am ना-/
Definitions and Translations
If you describe someone as naive, you think they lack experience, causing them to expect things to be uncomplicated or easy, or people to be honest or kind when they are not.
⇒ I was naive to think they would agree.
Derived formsnaively adverb
सहज ढंग से
⇒ I naively thought that everything would be fine once we were married.
naivety uncountable noun
⇒ I was worried by his naivety.
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Example Sentences Including 'naive'
How naive of her to hope that I wouldn't suffer any `consequences'.RESCUING ROSE (2002)
He's incredibly naive in many ways, especially about himself.The Scar
I think we Christians have always been a little naive ," D'Amour said.THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
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'naive' in Other Languages
- Arabic: سَاذَجٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ingênuo ingênua
- Chinese: 天真的
- Croatian: naivan naivna
- Czech: naivní
- Danish: naiv
- Dutch: naïef
- European Spanish: ingenuo ingenua
- Finnish: naiivi
- French: naïf naïve
- German: naiv
- Greek: αφελής
- Italian: ingenuo ingenua
- Japanese: うぶな
- Korean: 순진한
- Norwegian: naiv
- Polish: naiwny naiwna
- Portuguese: ingénuo ingénua
- Romanian: naiv naiv, naivă, naivi, naive
- Russian: наивный наивная
- Spanish: ingenuo ingenua
- Swedish: naiv naivt
- Thai: ไม่มีเล่ห์เหลี่ยม ไม่มีมารยา
- Turkish: saf
- Ukrainian: наївний
- Vietnamese: ngây thơ
Translation of naive from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary