Hindi translation of 'quiet'
Word forms: quieter, quietest
3. adjective after link verb, uncountable noun
Something or someone that is quiet makes only a small amount of noise.शांतख़ामोशमौननीरवनिस्तब्ध
Tania kept the children reasonably quiet. The street was unnaturally quiet.
quietly adverbचुपचापख़ामोशी से
Two students whisper quietly to each other.
quietness uncountable nounशांति nfख़ामोशी nfनिस्तब्धता nfनीरवता nf
...the smoothness and quietness of the flight.
If a place, situation, or time is quiet, there is no excitement, activity, or trouble.शांतनिरव
She wanted a quiet life.
He lives quietly in the country.
quietness uncountable nounशांति nfख़ामोशी nf
I appreciate the quietness and privacy here.
3. adjective after link verb, uncountable noun
If you are quiet, you are not saying anything. You say there is quiet when no one is talking.चुप/चुप्पी nfशांत/शांति nfख़ामोश/ख़ामोशी nf
I told them to be quiet and go to sleep. He called for quiet.
quietly adverbशांति सेख़ामोशी सेचुपचाप
Amy stood quietly in the doorway watching him.
If you keep quiet about something, or if you keep something quiet, you do not say anything about it.मुंह बंद रखनाकुछ न कहनाचुप रहना
He denied the department had tried to keep the plan quiet.
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Example Sentences Including 'quiet'
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The mockery of wit gives place to quiet trust and tenderness.The Times Literary Supplement (2011)
Looking for peace and quiet in the bedroom?The Sun (2016)
The chance to live a quieter life in the hopes it might spontaneously remit was the final factor.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They may be able to find you some quiet study time.The Sun (2013)
Why not go somewhere peaceful and quiet and talk to him?The Sun (2013)
You can leave the crowds behind on the smaller, quieter islands.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
You have the quiet confidence that makes a partner keener.The Sun (2011)
It was a busy day for a quiet man.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
This quiet man may well be here to stay.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
We needed to keep him quiet and in general play we did that.The Sun (2013)
Put it in GT mode and it becomes quiet and smooth and very comfortable.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This counted as a relatively quiet night.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Car engines have become much quieter but the disturbance caused by cars has grown because of the increase in traffic.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
He is such a calm and quiet person,' he said.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
In the morning we dock and the ship goes quiet.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It is anything for a quiet life.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It was on a very quiet street and we thought there was no chance anyone would see us.The Sun (2016)
Stores should also target special offers at them and offer incentives to visit at quieter times.The Sun (2016)
The first thing you notice is how quiet it all is.The Sun (2013)
They come to our country to lead a quiet life.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Was it a coded message to keep quiet?The Sun (2016)
We found a quiet corner and sat down to catch up.The Sun (2007)
We go to a quiet place nearby.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
What my grandfather needed more than anything was peace and quiet.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Your mind should begin to feel quieter.The Sun (2009)
Your quiet confidence impresses bosses and an opportunity you thought you had missed is back.The Sun (2009)
This little device emits a clicking noise which becomes quieter the more she relaxes.Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991)
It was unusually calm and quiet.Indian Balm - Travels in the Southern Subcontinent (1994)
The machine went quiet and soon the smoke had gone.EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings (2005)
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'quiet' in Other Languages
British English: quiet /ˈkwaɪət/ ADJECTIVE
Something or someone that is quiet makes only a small amount of noise.
She kept the children reasonably quiet.
- American English: quiet
- Arabic: هَادِئ
- Brazilian Portuguese: silencioso
- Chinese: 安静的
- Croatian: tih
- Czech: tichý
- Danish: stille
- Dutch: stil
- European Spanish: silencioso
- Finnish: hiljainen
- French: silencieux sans bruit
- German: ruhig
- Greek: ήσυχος
- Italian: silenzioso
- Japanese: 静かな
- Korean: 조용한
- Norwegian: stille
- Polish: cichy
- European Portuguese: calmo
- Romanian: tăcut
- Russian: тихий
- Spanish: silencioso
- Swedish: tyst
- Thai: เงียบ
- Turkish: sessiz
- Ukrainian: тихий
- Vietnamese: yên lặng
Translation of quiet from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary