English translation of 'खराब'
1. amiss adjective after link verb
If you say that something is amiss, you mean there is something wrong.
2. bad adjective
You can say that something is not bad to mean that it is quite good.
The food wasn't bad.
3. dead adjective
A telephone or piece of electrical equipment that is dead is not functioning.
David answered the phone and the line went dead.
4. decayed adjective
5. dud adjective, countable noun
You say that something is dud or a dud when it does not work properly.[informal]
He replaced a dud valve.
6. harsh adjective
Harsh climates or living conditions are very difficult for people, animals, and plants to exist in.
The weather grew harsh and chilly.
7. ill adjective before noun
Ill can be used in front of some nouns to mean 'bad'.[formal]
She brought ill luck into her family.
8. lousy adjective
If you describe something as lousy, you mean that it is of very bad quality.[informal]
The food was lousy.
9. off adjective after link verb
If food has gone off, it tastes and smells unpleasant because it is going bad.
10. pathetic adjective
If you describe someone or something as pathetic, you mean that they make you feel impatient or angry, often because they are very bad or weak.
What pathetic excuses!
11. pitiful adjective
If you describe something as pitiful, you mean that it does not deserve respect or consideration.
...the team's pitiful performance against Belgium last night.
12. poor adjective
If you describe something as poor, you mean that it is of a low quality or standard.
The flat was in a poor state of repair.
13. run-down adjective
A run-down building or organization is in very poor condition.
...a run-down block of flats.
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Translation of खराब from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary