English translation of अप्रत्याशित
अप्रत्याशितPowered by COBUILD /apratyashita/
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/apratyashita, apratyAshita, apratyaashita, apratyāshit/
1. erratic adjective
Something that is erratic happens at unexpected times or moves in an irregular way.
⇒ The business is going reasonably well but my income is erratic.
2. surprise countable noun, adjective before noun
A surprise or a surprise event or fact is an unexpected event or fact.
⇒ 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.
3. unannounced adjective
If someone arrives or does something unannounced, they do it unexpectedly and without telling anyone about it beforehand.
⇒ He arrived unannounced from South America.
4. unexpected adjective
Something that is unexpected surprises you because you did not think it was likely to happen.
⇒ His death was totally unexpected.
5. unforeseen adjective
An unforeseen event happens unexpectedly.
⇒ Her office was shut due to unforeseen circumstances.
6. unlikely adjective before noun
If you describe someone or something as unlikely, you mean it is surprising that they have a particular role or have done a particular thing.
⇒ Businessman Mr Trump has become an unlikely television star.
7. unlikely adjective
If you say that something is unlikely to happen or unlikely to be true, you believe that it will not happen or that it is not true, although you are not completely sure.
⇒ He is unlikely to arrive before Sunday.
8. unnatural adjective
If you describe something as unnatural, you mean that it is strange and often frightening, because it is different from what you normally expect.
⇒ The plane climbed with unnatural speed.
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Translation of अप्रत्याशित from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary