English translation of उपयुक्त
उपयुक्तPowered by COBUILD /upayukta/
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/upayukta, upayukt, upyukta, upyukt/
1. appropriate adjective /əˈprəʊpriət अˈप्रअउप्रीअट्/
Something that is appropriate is suitable or acceptable for a particular situation.
⇒ Wear an outfit appropriate to the job. ⇒ The teacher can then take appropriate action. ⇒ It is appropriate that the exhibition should be sponsored by BMW.
2. apt adjective
Apt means suitable.
3. decent adjective
Decent is used to describe behaviour which is morally correct or acceptable.
⇒ After a decent interval, trade relations returned to normal.
4. eligible adjective
Someone who is eligible for something is entitled or able to have it.
⇒ You could be eligible for some money. ⇒ Almost half the population are eligible to vote.
5. exact adjective
Something that is exact is correct, accurate, and complete in every way.
⇒ I don't remember his exact words. ⇒ We don't know the exact numbers. ⇒ A small number — five, to be exact — have arrived.
6. fit (in phrases)
If someone sees fit to do something, they decide that it is the right thing to do; used showing disapproval.
⇒ He's not a friend, but you saw fit to lend him money.
7. fit adjective
If someone or something is fit for a particular purpose, they are suitable or appropriate for it.
⇒ Only two of the bicycles were fit for the road. ⇒ You're not fit to be a mother!
8. fit transitive or intransitive verb, singular noun
If something fits, fits someone or something, or if it is a good fit, it is the right size and shape to go onto a person's body or into a particular position.
⇒ The clothes were made to fit a child. ⇒ The pocket computer is small enough to fit into your pocket. ⇒ The doors were quite a good fit.
9. fitting adjective
If something is fitting, it is right or suitable.
⇒ It was a fitting end to his career.
10. ideal adjective
The ideal person or thing for a particular purpose is the best one for it.
⇒ He is the ideal person for the job. ⇒ The conditions were ideal for racing.
11. likely adjective before noun
A likely person, place, or thing is one that will probably be suitable for a particular purpose.
⇒ He seemed a likely candidate to become Prime Minister.
12. logical adjective
A logical course of action seems reasonable or sensible in the circumstances.
⇒ It seemed a logical choice.
13. ready-made adjective
Ready-made means extremely convenient or useful for a particular purpose.
⇒ ...a ready-made topic of conversation.
14. relevant adjective
If something is relevant to a situation or person, it is important or significant in that situation or to that person.
⇒ Don't worry about last year. It's what happens today that is really relevant. ⇒ Dr Venter said that he would ask the relevant people.
15. respectable adjective
Respectable means adequate or acceptable.
⇒ At last I have something respectable to wear!
16. right adjective
If something such as an action or decision is the right one, it is the best or most suitable one.
⇒ They decided the time was right for their escape. ⇒ She's the right person for the job.
17. suitable adjective
Someone or something that is suitable for a particular purpose or occasion is right or acceptable for it.
⇒ She had no dress suitable for the occasion. ⇒ ...a suitable venue.
18. suited adjective after link verb
If something or someone is suited to a particular purpose or person, they are right or appropriate for that purpose or person.
⇒ Satellites are uniquely suited to provide this information. ⇒ As a couple they seemed ideally suited.
19. viable adjective
Something that is viable is capable of doing what it is intended to do.
⇒ They were confident that their business plan was viable.
20. worth preposition
You use worth to say that something is so enjoyable or useful that it is a good thing to do or have.
⇒ This restaurant is well worth a visit. ⇒ He's decided to look at the house and see if it's worth buying.
21. worthy adjective
If someone or something is worthy of something, they deserve it because they have the qualities or abilities required. [formal]
⇒ The bank might think you're worthy of a loan. ⇒ Agassi was a worthy winner.
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Translation of उपयुक्त from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary