Hindi translation of 'wonder'
wonder /ˈwʌndə ˈवन्डअ/
Word forms: wonders, wondering, wondered
1. transitive verb
If you wonder about something, you think about it and try to guess or understand more about it.
जानने को उत्सुक होना
I wondered what that noise was.
'Why does she want to get in there?' Pete wondered.
2. intransitive verb
If you wonder at something, you are surprised and amazed about it.
He liked to sit and wonder at all that had happened.
3. singular noun
If you say that it is a wonder that something happened, you mean it is very surprising that it happened.
It's a wonder that it took almost ten years.
4. uncountable noun
Wonder is a feeling of surprise and amazement.
'That's right!' Bobby exclaimed in wonder.
5. countable noun
A wonder is something remarkable that people admire.
कोई अद्भुत बात nf
...the wonders of space and space exploration.
If you say 'no wonder', 'little wonder', or 'small wonder', you mean that you are not surprised by something that has happened.
इसमें कोई आश्चर्य नहीं
No wonder my brother wasn't feeling well.
If you say that something or someone works wonders or does wonders, you mean that they have a very good effect on something.
का बड़ा अच्छा असर पड़ना
A few moments of relaxation can work wonders.
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Example Sentences Including 'wonder'
Mikel admired Cratyn's determination, but a small part of him was beginning to wonder what he had done.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Only then did Tarja wonder about the advisability of walking into the centre of thirty-odd Hythrun Raiders crying for blood.TREASON KEEP (2001)
No wonder the jails seem to be full of innocent people fitted up by the fuzz!CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'wonder' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَتَسَاءَلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: querer saber
- Chinese: 想知道
- Croatian: pitati se
- Czech: přemýšlet
- Danish: tænke
- Dutch: afvragen (zich)
- European Spanish: preguntarse
- Finnish: ihmetellä
- French: se demander
- German: fragen (sich)
- Greek: διερωτώμαι
- Italian: stupirsi
- Japanese: 怪しむ
- Korean: 기이하게 여기다
- Norwegian: undre
- Polish: zastanowić (się) zastanawiać (się)
- Portuguese: querer saber
- Romanian: a se întreba
- Russian: удивляться
- Spanish: preguntarse
- Swedish: undra
- Thai: สงสัย
- Turkish: merak etmek
- Ukrainian: цікавитися
- Vietnamese: tự hỏi
Translation of wonder from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary