Hindi translation of 'tender'
tender /ˈtendə ˈटेन्डअ/
Word forms: tenderer, tenderest, tenders, tendering, tendered
A tender person expresses gentle and caring feelings.
Mr White tenderly embraced his wife.
tenderness uncountable noun
She smiled, politely rather than with tenderness.
2. adjective before noun
If someone is at a tender age, they are young and inexperienced.
Meat or other food that is tender is easy to cut or chew.
If a part of your body is tender, it is sensitive and painful when it is touched.
5. intransitive verb, variable noun
If a company tenders for something, or if they put in a tender for it, it makes a formal offer to supply goods or do a job for a particular price.
निविदा जारी करना/निविदा nf
6. transitive verb
If you tender something such as a suggestion or money, you formally offer or present it.[formal]
She quickly tendered her resignation.
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Example Sentences Including 'tender'
They were thankful when the bell rang and she left them to the tender mercies of Miss Stone, which were far from tender.Challenge for the Chalet School
In less than five seconds the tender had moved on to seek fresh prey.Wall Games
So a bit of tender loving reassurance would be timely, both to cheer him up and to make him a better witness.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'tender' in Other Languages
- Arabic: لَطِيف
- Brazilian Portuguese: afável
- Chinese: 温柔的
- Croatian: nježan nježna
- Czech: něžný
- Danish: kærlig
- Dutch: gevoelig
- European Spanish: tierno tierna
- Finnish: pehmeä
- French: tendre
- German: zart
- Greek: τρυφερός τρυφερή
- Italian: tenero tenera
- Japanese: 柔らかい
- Korean: 부드러운
- Norwegian: mør
- Polish: czuły czuła
- Portuguese: afável
- Romanian: tandru tandru, tandră, tandri, tandre
- Russian: нежный нежная
- Spanish: tierno tierna
- Swedish: ömtålig ömtåligt
- Thai: อ่อนโยน
- Turkish: yumuşak
- Ukrainian: ніжний
- Vietnamese: mềm
Translation of tender from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary