Hindi translation of 'relative'
relative /ˈrelətɪv ˈरेलटिव़्/
Word forms: relatives
1. countable noun
Your relatives are the members of your family.
Ask a relative to look after the children.
a close/near/distant/long-lost relative
a sick/elderly relative
a living/dead/surviving/blood relative
SET PHRASESfriends and relatives
You use relative when you are comparing two or more things, particularly their size or quality.
The fighting began again after a period of relative calm.
If you drive at 50mph on a motorway, it seems very slow. It's all relative.
SIMILAR WORDScomparative, corresponding
तुलनात्मक रूप से
The amounts needed are relatively small.
Relative to something means with reference to it or in comparison with it.
The price of gold rose relative to that of silver.
SIMILAR WORDSin relation to
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Example Sentences Including 'relative'
Probably more notice had been taken of her by these relative strangers than her family had shown in years.The Gospel Makers
With out hint of pretentiousness, he discussed easily with her the techniques of the various artists and the relative merits of their works.Death Speaks Softly
He discussed incubation, symptoms, risks, delivery systems, relative costs.CHAMELEON (2002)
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'relative' in Other Languages
- Arabic: قَريب
- Brazilian Portuguese: parente
- Chinese: 亲戚
- Croatian: rođak
- Czech: příbuzný příbuzná
- Danish: slægtning
- Dutch: familielid
- European Spanish: pariente parienta
- Finnish: sukulainen
- French: parent famille
- German: Verwandter Verwandte
- Greek: συγγενής
- Italian: parente
- Japanese: 親戚
- Korean: 친척
- Norwegian: slektning
- Polish: krewny krewna
- Portuguese: parente
- Romanian: rudă rude
- Russian: родственник родственница
- Spanish: pariente parienta
- Swedish: släkting
- Thai: เครือญาติ
- Turkish: göreceli
- Ukrainian: родич родичка
- Vietnamese: họ hàng
Translation of relative from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary