Hindi translation of 'shy'
shy /ʃaɪ शाइ/
Word forms: shyer, shyest, shies, shying, shied
A shy person is nervous and uncomfortable in the company of other people.
He is a painfully shy person.
The children smiled shyly.
shyness uncountable noun
He overcame his shyness.
2. adjective, intransitive verb
If you are shy of doing something, or if you shy away from doing it, you are unwilling to do it, often because you are afraid or not confident enough.
मुंह चुराने वालाs[वाली]/मुंह चुराना
You should not be shy of saying what you feel about this.
We shied away from making a decision.
3. intransitive verb
When a horse shies, it moves away suddenly because something has frightened it.
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Example Sentences Including 'shy'
But he had not fought shy of admitting to the relationship -- at least, not until recently.Double Deceit
They don't exactly shy away from printing libels, or defending them.A Song at Twilight
He had a pleasant, shy face, Eleanor thought; he looked a little uncomfortable.Desperadoes
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'shy' in Other Languages
- Arabic: خَجُول
- Brazilian Portuguese: tímido tímida
- Chinese: 腼腆的
- Croatian: stidljiv stidljiva
- Czech: ostýchavý
- Danish: genert
- Dutch: verlegen
- European Spanish: tímido tímida
- Finnish: ujo
- French: timide
- German: schüchtern
- Greek: ντροπαλός ντροπαλή
- Italian: timido timida
- Japanese: 内気な
- Korean: 부끄럼 타는
- Norwegian: sky
- Polish: nieśmiały nieśmiała
- Portuguese: tímido tímida
- Romanian: timid timid, timidă, timizi, timide
- Russian: робкий робкая
- Spanish: tímido tímida
- Swedish: blyg blygt
- Thai: ขี้อาย
- Turkish: utangaç
- Ukrainian: сором'язливий
- Vietnamese: bẽn lẽn
Translation of shy from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary