Hindi translation of 'seem'
seem /siːm सीम्/
Word forms: seems, seeming, seemed
1. link verb
You use seem to say that someone or something gives the impression of having a particular quality, or that something gives the impression of happening in the way you describe.
Everyone seems busy.
They seemed an ideal couple.
Audiences seem to love it.
It seemed as if she'd been gone forever.
seem to care/think/understand/know
seem to indicate/suggest/confirm
seem like a good/bad idea
SIMILAR WORDSappear, look as if
2. transitive verb
You use seem when you are describing your own feelings or thoughts, in order to make your statement less forceful.
I seem to have lost all my self-confidence.
I seem to remember giving you very precise instructions.
3. transitive verb
If you say that you cannot seem to or could not seem to do something, you mean that you have tried to do it and were unable to.
न कर सकना
Kim's mother couldn't seem to stop crying.
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Example Sentences Including 'seem'
My guide didn't seem at all surprised that I knew you, by the way.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
The last few days are going to seem like a picnic compared to what lies ahead.TREASON KEEP (2001)
R'shiel did not seem to notice, or care, about their feelings.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'seem' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَبْدو
- Brazilian Portuguese: parecer
- Chinese: 似乎
- Croatian: činiti se
- Czech: zdát se jevit se
- Danish: synes
- Dutch: schijnen lijken
- European Spanish: parecer
- Finnish: vaikuttaa joltakin
- French: sembler
- German: scheinen Situation
- Greek: φαίνομαι
- Italian: sembrare
- Japanese: ように思われる
- Korean: 보이다
- Norwegian: synes
- Polish: wydać się wydawać się
- Portuguese: parecer
- Romanian: a părea
- Russian: казаться
- Spanish: parecer
- Swedish: verka
- Thai: ดูเหมือน
- Turkish: görünmek
- Ukrainian: здаватися
- Vietnamese: dường như
Translation of seem from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary