Hindi translation of 'plush'
Word forms: plusher, plushest
If you describe something as plush, you mean that it is very smart, comfortable, or expensive.शानदार
...a plush hotel.
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Example Sentences Including 'plush'
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Passengers were able to move more freely within the cars with the plush chairs on the aisle and the sleeper beds above.The American Nation: A History of the United States to 1877 (1995)
A You forked out a hefty sum for plush new sofas and were disappointed to find faults when they arrived.The Sun (2012)
A creaky door led to a small shower room with plush red towels.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
But the bedrooms are superb with hardwood floors, plush sofas and standalone baths.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
But you're not here to sit on red plush.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Carpets so plush that you could hardly walk.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Picking up the post and opening a questionnaire from a plush hotel, she was puzzled.The Sun (2015)
She shudders at a plush crimson chair with a gargantuan back.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The Italian striker is leaving his Manchester city centre penthouse for a plush pad in the sticks.The Sun (2011)
The offices are plush, but not gilded.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The plush hotel has no less than five swimming and reasonably priced beauty treatments, such as relaxing facials and massages.The Sun (2016)
The signs are ominous from the opening scene, when clubbers are having a party on the roof of a plush Ibiza pad.The Sun (2011)
There's also a snug lounge with plush velvet sofas and lilies.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Most charities have plush offices in the city.The Sun (2013)
The carpets are so plush they practically tickle the shins.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
We sit on one of the plush sofas.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Big plush seats, the pilot behind glass.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Despite the plush hotel that's waiting, no one wants to go first.The Sun (2016)
More practicality is in the plush seat.The Sun (2007)
The dual seat (which has a high and low setting) feels padded and plush and the instrument panel is easy to read.The Sun (2006)
Then there are the plush offices and large salaries of the people who run the thing.The Sun (2014)
We've been offered jobs to convert old bank buildings into plush hotels and the like.The Sun (2015)
Visit a plush local hotel and enjoy its lobby.Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: plush ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as plush, you mean that it is very smart, comfortable, or expensive.
...their plush new training facility.
Translation of plush from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary