English translation of ख़ास
ख़ासPowered by COBUILD /khasa/
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/khasa, khAsa, khaasa, khās, khas, khAs, khaas/
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