Hindi translation of 'word'
word /wɜːd वअड्/
Word forms: words, wording, worded
1. countable noun
A word is a single unit of language in writing or speech. In English, a word has a space on either side of it when it is written.
He didn't understand the words, but that didn't matter.
2. singular noun
If you have a word with someone, you have a short conversation with them, usually in private.[spoken]
संक्षिप्त बातचीत nf
संक्षिप्त बात nf
संक्षिप्त वार्तालाप mn
It's time you had a word with him.
James, could I have a word?
3. countable noun
If you offer someone a word of warning, advice, or praise, you warn, advise, or praise them.
(धन्यवाद या सलाह आदि के) बोल या शब्द mn
May I also say a word of thanks to all the people who sent letters.
4. singular noun
If you say that someone does not hear, understand, or say a word, you are emphasizing that they hear, understand, or say nothing at all.
Not a word was spoken.
5. uncountable noun
If there is word of something, people receive news or information about it.
We have had no word from my son. It is a very anxious time.
6. singular noun
If you give your word, you promise to do something.
She gave her word that the boy would be supervised.
7. transitive verb
To word something in a particular way means to choose or use particular words to express it.
शब्द संयोजन करना
If I had written the letter, I might have worded it differently.
...a carefully-worded speech.
If one person has words with another, they have a serious discussion or argument, especially because one has complained about the other's behaviour.
गंभीर चर्चा या बहस nf
We had words and she left the restaurant.
You say in a word to indicate that you are summarizing what you have just been saying.
Victor, in a word, got increasingly annoyed.
If you have the last word in an argument, you make the comment that finishes it and defeats the other person.
समापन टिप्पणी nf
You say in other words when introducing a simpler or clearer explanation of something that has just been said.
दूसरे शब्दों में
The service has been reorganised — in other words, it's been reduced.
If you say that someone has said something, but not in so many words, you mean that they said it or expressed it, but in an indirect way.
अप्रत्यक्ष रूप से
अस्पष्ट शब्दों में
'And has she agreed to go with you?' — 'Not in so many words.'
If you repeat something word for word, you repeat it exactly as it was originally said or written.
हू ब हू दोहराना
I don't try to learn speeches word for word.
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Example Sentences Including 'word'
Eventually she muttered something that possibly contained the word "promise.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
It had seemed a little odd to hear Jessica say the word `dead'.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Damin Wolfblade shook his head, clearly not believing a word she said.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'word' in Other Languages
- Arabic: كَلِمَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: palavra
- Chinese: 词
- Croatian: riječ
- Czech: slovo
- Danish: ord
- Dutch: woord
- European Spanish: palabra
- Finnish: sana
- French: mot
- German: Wort Wörter
- Greek: λέξη
- Italian: parola
- Japanese: 単語
- Korean: 단어
- Norwegian: ord
- Polish: słowo
- Portuguese: palavra
- Romanian: cuvânt cuvinte
- Russian: слово
- Spanish: palabra
- Swedish: ord
- Thai: คำ
- Turkish: sözcük
- Ukrainian: слово
- Vietnamese: từ ngôn ngữ
Translation of word from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary