English translation of गंदा
गंदाPowered by COBUILD /ganda/
Definitions and Translations
/ganda, gandA, gandaa, gandā, gnda, gndA, gndaa, gndā/
1. dirty adjective, transitive verb
If you get something dirty, or if you dirty it, it becomes marked or covered with stains, spots, or mud.
⇒ The kids have got their clothes dirty. ⇒ The dog's hairs might dirty the seats.
2. filthy adjective
Something that is filthy is very dirty indeed.
⇒ ...a pair of filthy jeans.
3. grubby adjective
Grubby people or things are rather dirty. [informal]
⇒ ...kids with grubby faces.
4. lousy adjective
If you describe something as lousy, you mean that it is of very bad quality. [informal]
⇒ The food was lousy.
5. messy adjective
Something that is messy is dirty or untidy.
⇒ This first coat of paint looks messy.
6. messy adjective
A messy person or activity makes things dirty or untidy.
⇒ She was a terribly messy cook. ⇒ The work tends to be a bit messy.
7. nasty adjective
If you describe a person or their behaviour as nasty, you mean that they behave in an unkind and unpleasant way.
⇒ The guards looked really nasty. ⇒ She is so nasty to me.
8. scruffy adjective
Scruffy things or people are dirty and untidy.
⇒ ...a scruffy T-shirt.
9. sickly adjective
A sickly smell or taste is unpleasant and makes you feel slightly sick.
⇒ ...a sweet, sickly smell.
10. smear countable noun
A smear is a dirty or greasy mark.
11. soiled adjective
⇒ ...a soiled white apron.
12. squalid adjective
A squalid place is dirty, untidy, and in bad condition.
⇒ ...living in squalid conditions.
13. untidy adjective
Something that is untidy is messy, and not neatly arranged.
⇒ She threw her clothes into an untidy heap.
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Translation of गंदा from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary