Hindi translation of 'sober'
Word forms: sobers, sobering, sobered
When you are sober, you are not drunk.अमत्तहोश में
A sober person is serious and thoughtful.संयमीगंभीर
soberly adverbगंभीरता से
'There's a new development,' he said soberly.
Sober colours and clothes are plain and dull.सादा[सादी]
soberly adverbसादगी से
The men were dressed soberly.
When someone sobers up, they become sober after being drunk.नशा ख़त्म होना
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Example Sentences Including 'sober'
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Choose a time when the person is sober to raise your concerns.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
He stands there in his sober suit.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It was the most sobering experience of my life.The Sun (2008)
She has got to stay clean and sober this time.The Sun (2013)
Since then he has been both sober and clean.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The effect that increasing units have on your body makes for sobering reading indeed.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
When he is sober tell him either he stays sober or his family life is over.The Sun (2012)
Perhaps he was still far from sober.Somewhere East of Life (1994)
Because to be dribbling drunk in front of a sober person is simply too embarrassing.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
What do you do with your day now you're sober?Times, Sunday Times (2008)
But precisely where on the trajectory from sober to drunk is your wit and eloquence at its peak?Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Drunk or sober the risks are the same.The Sun (2008)
I bring you less than sobering news on the austerity front.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Promises he makes when sober could be meaningless.The Sun (2012)
The consensus was that he was far too sober.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The key to staying sober is honesty.The Sun (2013)
The world has become more sober and serious.The Sun (2010)
This announcement looks more like crude electioneering than a sober assessment of the implications for central government of the fiscal crisis.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
It is sobering now to realise that cheating has done what only world wars could do.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
We are thinner, more sober and less criminal.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
That is what you might call a sobering experience.Christianity Today (2000)
Trends of 'sober'
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'sober' in Other Languages
British English: sober /ˈsəʊbə/ ADJECTIVE
When you are sober, you are not drunk.
He was completely sober.
- American English: sober
- Arabic: غَيْرُ ثَمَلٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sóbrio
- Chinese: 清醒的
- Croatian: trijezan
- Czech: střízlivý
- Danish: ædru
- Dutch: sober
- European Spanish: sobrio
- Finnish: raitis
- French: sobre
- German: nüchtern Alkohol
- Greek: νηφάλιος
- Italian: sobrio
- Japanese: しらふの
- Korean: 술 취하지 않은
- Norwegian: edru
- Polish: trzeźwy
- European Portuguese: sóbrio
- Romanian: treaz
- Russian: трезвый
- Spanish: sobrio
- Swedish: nykter
- Thai: ไม่เมา
- Turkish: ayık
- Ukrainian: тверезий
- Vietnamese: tỉnh
Translation of sober from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary