Hindi translation of 'umpire'
umpire /ˈʌmpaɪə ˈअम्पाइअ/
Word forms: umpires, umpiring, umpired
1. countable noun
An umpire is a person whose job is to make sure that a sports match or contest is played fairly and that the rules are not broken.
अम्पायर- खेल में विवादों का निर्णयकर्ता mn
2. transitive or intransitive verb
If you umpire, or umpire a game, you do the job of an umpire.
अम्पायर की भूमिका निभाना/किसी खेल की अंपायरिंग करना
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Example Sentences Including 'umpire'
Our umpire had telephoned Gareth Davies at the eleventh hour to say that he was unavailable because of an emergency in the parish.Goodbye Curate
- As Mal approached the shoulder of the St Deiniol's umpire , Herbert pulled away from the wicket with his bat upraised.Goodbye Curate
When the score was fifty for two, Trevor Harris missed a ball which was going wide but was given out lbw by the St Deiniol's umpire.Goodbye Curate
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'umpire' in Other Languages
- Arabic: حَكَم
- Brazilian Portuguese: árbitro
- Chinese: 裁判员
- Croatian: treći sudac u sporu koji presuđuje
- Czech: rozhodčí
- Danish: dommer sport
- Dutch: scheidsrechter
- European Spanish: árbitro tenis
- Finnish: erotuomari
- French: arbitre
- German: Schiedsrichter Schiedsrichterin
- Greek: αγωνοδίκης
- Italian: arbitro
- Japanese: アンパイア
- Korean: 심판
- Norwegian: dommer sport
- Polish: arbiter
- Portuguese: árbitro
- Romanian: arbitru arbitri
- Russian: судья
- Spanish: árbitro
- Swedish: domare sport
- Thai: กรรมการตัดสิน
- Turkish: hakem
- Ukrainian: рефері
- Vietnamese: trọng tài
Translation of umpire from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary