English translation of 'कुल मिलाकर'
कुल मिलाकर /kula milakara/
1. all (in phrases)
In all means in total.
In all some 15 million people live in the selected areas.
2. all (in phrases)
You use all in all to introduce a summary or generalization.
I think, all in all, my life's been great.
3. altogether adverb
You use altogether to indicate that the amount you are mentioning is a total.
There were 11 of us altogether.
4. main (in phrases)
If something is true in the main, it is generally true, although there may be exceptions.
They are, in the main, fine folk.
5. told (in phrases)
You can use all told to indicate a summary, generalization, or total.
All told, he went to 14 different schools.
6. total (in phrases)
If there are a number of things in total, there are that number of them when you count or add them all together.
I worked there for eight years in total.
7. whole (in phrases)
You say on the whole to indicate that what you are saying is only true in general and may not be true in every case.
The cheeses they make are, on the whole, of a high standard.
8. word (in phrases)
You say in a word to indicate that you are summarizing what you have just been saying.
Victor, in a word, got increasingly annoyed.
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Translation of कुल मिलाकर from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary