English translation of 'ख़ास'
1. particular adjective before noun
You can use particular to emphasize that something is greater or more intense than usual.
We have always paid particular attention to the needs of our older customers.
2. particular adjective before noun
If a person or thing has a particular quality or possession, it belongs only to them.
Mr. Clifford has particular responsibility for the company's business in Chile.
3. peculiar adjective after link verb
If something is peculiar to a particular thing, person, or situation, it belongs or relates only to that thing, person, or situation.
The violence is not peculiar to certain cities. And no city is immune.
4. pre-eminent adjective
The pre-eminent person in a group is the most important or powerful one.[formal]
...the pre-eminent political figure in the country.
5. quite predeterminer
You use quite in front of a noun group to emphasize that a person or thing is very impressive or unusual.
He's quite a character.
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Translation of ख़ास from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary