English translation of अस्पष्ट
अस्पष्टPowered by COBUILD /aspashta/
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1. ambiguously adverb
⇒ ...an ambiguously worded document.
2. hazy adjective
If you are hazy about things, or if your thoughts are hazy, you are confused.
⇒ I'm a bit hazy about that. ⇒ I have only a hazy memory of what he was really like.
3. implicit adjective
Something that is implicit is expressed in an indirect way.
4. indefinite adjective
If something such as a plan is indefinite, it is not exact or clear.
⇒ ...an indefinite situation of neither peace nor war.
5. intangible adjective
A quality or idea that is intangible is hard to define or explain.
⇒ I feel that something intangible but truly terrible has happened.
6. mixed up adjective
If you are mixed up, you are confused.
⇒ I get mixed up about times and places. ⇒ Elena is a very mixed-up child.
7. murky adjective
If you describe something as murky, you mean that it is difficult to understand.
⇒ The law here is a little bit murky.
8. obscure adjective
If you describe something as obscure, you find it is difficult to understand or deal with, usually because it involves so many parts or details.
⇒ The contracts are written in obscure language.
9. opaque adjective
If you say that something is opaque, you mean that it is difficult to understand.
⇒ ...the opaque language of the inspector's reports.
10. uncertain adjective
If you are uncertain about something, you do not know what to do.
⇒ He was uncertain about his brother's plans. ⇒ They were uncertain how to proceed.
11. unclear adjective after link verb
If you are unclear about something, you do not understand it properly or are not sure about it.
⇒ He is still unclear about his own future.
12. unclear adjective
If something is unclear, it is not known or not certain.
⇒ It is unclear how much money they have.
13. vague adjective
If something is vague, it is not clear, distinct, or definite. You can also say that someone is vague about something.
⇒ The description was pretty vague. ⇒ Keith is quite vague about dates.
14. veiled adjective before noun
A veiled comment is expressed in a disguised form rather than directly and openly.
⇒ His words were a thinly-veiled threat.
15. woolly adjective
If you describe people or their ideas as woolly, you are criticizing them for being inconsistent or confused.
⇒ He hates woolly thinking.
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Translation of अस्पष्ट from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary