Hindi translation of proper
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Definitions and Translations
1. adjective before noun
You use proper to describe things that you consider to be real or satisfactory.सुचारूठीक ⇒ I've just started a proper job with security, a pension, and good prospects.
Derived formsproperly adverbठीक से ⇒ You're too thin. You're not eating properly.
2. adjective before noun
The proper thing is the one that is correct or most suitable.उचितसही ⇒ We followed the proper procedures.
If you say that a way of behaving is proper, you mean that it is considered socially acceptable and right.उचित ⇒ ...the rules of proper behaviour.
Derived formsproperly adverbउचित तरीके से ⇒ He's a spoilt child and it's time he learnt to behave properly.
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Example Sentences Including 'proper'
After that she went out less often and gave up her nursing job to keep a proper eye on Luke.GOING OUT (2002)
At least in her red waistcoat she could feel something like a proper Clayr.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
Jett has hardly had any time off, I mean proper time off, for the last four years.DEAD BEAT (2002)
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'proper' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مُنَاسِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: próprio própria
- Chinese: 适当的
- Croatian: pravi prava
- Czech: řádný
- Danish: korrekt
- Dutch: gepast
- European Spanish: apropiado apropiadacorrecto
- Finnish: kunnon
- French: correct
- German: echt
- Greek: κατάλληλος κατάλληλη
- Italian: opportuno opportuna
- Japanese: 適切な
- Korean: 적합한
- Norwegian: ekte
- Polish: właściwy właściwa
- Portuguese: próprio própria
- Romanian: adecvat adecvată, adecvați, adecvate
- Russian: надлежащий надлежащая
- Spanish: apropiado apropiada
- Swedish: riktig riktigt
- Thai: เหมาะสม
- Turkish: doğru dürüst
- Ukrainian: відповідний
- Vietnamese: thực sự
Translation of proper from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary