English translation of गंभीर
गंभीरPowered by COBUILD /ganbhira/
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/ganbhira, ganbhIra, ganbheera, ganbhīr, gnbhira, gnbhIra, gnbheera, gnbhīr, ganbhir, ganbhIr, ganbheer, gnbhir, gnbhIr, gnbheer/
1. aggravating adjective
⇒ Children can be sometimes aggravating and other times delightful.
2. chronic adjective
A chronic situation is very severe and unpleasant.
⇒ ...chronic housing shortages.
3. deep adjective
You use deep to emphasize the seriousness, strength, importance, or degree of something.
⇒ ...his deep love of Italy.
4. deep adjective
A deep sound is a low one.
⇒ His voice was deep and mellow.
5. earnest adjective
Earnest people are very serious and sincere.
6. explosive adjective
An explosive situation is likely to have serious or dangerous effects.
7. gaping adjective
⇒ ...a gaping hole in the side of the ship.
8. grave adjective
A grave situation is very serious.
⇒ ...the grave crisis facing the country.
9. grim adjective
If someone is grim, they are very serious or stern. [literary]
⇒ Her face was grim.
10. grim adjective
A situation or news that is grim is unpleasant.
⇒ There was more grim economic news yesterday.
11. heavy adjective
A situation that is heavy is serious and difficult to cope with. [informal]
⇒ The film has some heavy themes but also plenty of laughs.
12. impassive adjective
An impassive person does not show any emotion.
13. intent adjective
If someone is intent, they appear to be concentrating very seriously on what they are doing or feeling. [written]
⇒ Amy watched the child's intent face.
14. nasty adjective
If you describe a disease or injury as nasty, you mean that it is serious or looks very unpleasant.
⇒ Lili had a nasty chest infection.
15. serious adjective
Serious people are thoughtful, quiet, and do not laugh very often.
16. serious adjective
If you are serious about something, you are sincere about it, and not joking.
⇒ You really are serious about this, aren't you?
17. serious adjective
Serious matters are important and deserve careful thought.
⇒ This incident raised serious questions about the security precautions taken for such events. ⇒ This question deserves serious consideration.
18. serious adjective
Serious problems or situations are very bad and cause people to be worried or afraid.
⇒ Crime is an increasingly serious problem in this area. ⇒ ...a serious accident.
19. severe adjective
You use severe to emphasize how bad or serious something is.
⇒ The bomb caused severe damage. ⇒ ...a severe shortage of drinking water.
20. sober adjective
A sober person is serious and thoughtful.
21. solemn adjective
Someone or something that is solemn is very serious rather than cheerful or humorous.
22. staid adjective
If you say that someone or something is staid, you mean that they are serious, dull, and rather old-fashioned.
⇒ Washington D.C. has a reputation as a very staid city.
23. weighty adjective
Weighty issues seem serious or important. [formal]
⇒ He discusses such weighty matters as life, death, and the family.
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Translation of गंभीर from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary