Hindi translation of 'proper'
proper /ˈprɒpə ˈप्रॉपअ/
1. adjective before noun
You use proper to describe things that you consider to be real or satisfactory.
I've just started a proper job with security, a pension, and good prospects.
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.
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.
...the rules of proper behaviour.
उचित 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