story /ˈstɔːri ˈस्टॉरी/
Word forms: stories
1. countable noun
A story is a description of imaginary people and events, which is written or told in order to entertain.
I shall tell you a story about four little rabbits.
2. countable noun
A story is a description or account of things that have happened.
घटित घटनाओं का विवरण mn
...the story of the women's movement in Ireland.
3. countable noun
A news story is a piece of news in a newspaper or in a news broadcast.
You use a different story to refer to a situation, usually a bad one, which exists in one set of circumstances when you have mentioned that it does not exist in another set of circumstances.
उल्टी स्थिति होना
Where Marcella lives, the rents are fairly cheap, but a little further north it's a different story.
If you say it's the same old story or the old story, you mean that something unpleasant or undesirable seems to happen again and again.
फिर से उसी अवांछनीय के घटित होने की आशंका
It's the same old story. They want one person to do three people's jobs.
If you say that something is only part of the story or is not the whole story, you mean that the explanation or information given is not enough for a situation to be fully understood.
This may be true but it is only part of the story.
If someone tells you their side of the story, they tell you why they behaved in a particular way and why they think they were right, when other people think that person behaved wrongly.
अपनी बात कहना
He has plans for a book telling his side of the story.
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