Hindi translation of 'surprise'
surprise /səˈpraɪz सअˈप्राइज़्/
Word forms: surprises, surprising, surprised
1. countable noun, adjective before noun
A surprise or a surprise event or fact is an unexpected event or fact.
अप्रत्याशित बात nf/अप्रत्याशित
His success came as a surprise to many people.
I have a surprise for you: we are moving to Switzerland!
Baxter arrived here this afternoon, on a surprise visit.
2. uncountable noun
Surprise is the feeling that you have when something unexpected happens.
They looked at her in surprise.
To my surprise, I found I liked it.
3. transitive verb
If something surprises you, it gives you a feeling of surprise.
अचरज में डाल देना
It surprised me that he should make those mistakes.
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Example Sentences Including 'surprise'
The resemblance between him and the demon child took Brak by surprise.TREASON KEEP (2001)
She looked up at me in surprise : I want to be out of it, she said, then I want to make love.THE EXECUTION (2002)
They drove to the airstrip where, to their surprise , they found Todt's Heinkel charging down the runway.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
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'surprise' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مُفَاجَأَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: surpresa
- Chinese: 惊喜
- Croatian: iznenađenje
- Czech: překvapení
- Danish: overraskelse
- Dutch: verrassing
- European Spanish: sorpresa
- Finnish: yllätys
- French: surprise
- German: Überraschung
- Greek: έκπληξη
- Italian: sopresa
- Japanese: 驚き
- Korean: 놀람
- Norwegian: overraskelse
- Polish: niespodzianka
- Portuguese: surpresa
- Romanian: surpriză surprize
- Russian: удивление
- Spanish: sorpresa
- Swedish: överraskning
- Thai: ความประหลาดใจ
- Turkish: sürpriz
- Ukrainian: сюрприз
- Vietnamese: sự ngạc nhiên
Translation of surprise from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary