English translation of जीवंत
जीवंतPowered by COBUILD /jivanta/
Definitions and Translations
/jivanta, jIvanta, jeevanta, jīvant, jivnta, jIvnta, jeevnta, jīvnt, jivant, jIvant, jeevant, jivnt, jIvnt, jeevnt/
1. alive adjective, (in phrases)
If a place is alive with something, a lot of people or things are there and it seems busy or exciting. You can say people, places, or events come alive when they start to be active or lively.
⇒ The forest was alive with the sounds of many different animals.
2. alive adjective
If you say that someone seems alive, you mean that they seem to be lively and to enjoy everything that they do.
⇒ I never expected to feel so alive in my life again.
3. animated adjective
Someone or something that is animated is lively and interesting.
⇒ She was in animated conversation with the singer.
4. lively adjective
A lively event or a lively discussion, for example, has lots of interesting and exciting things happening or being said in it.
⇒ ...a lively debate.
5. lively adjective before noun
You use lively to describe a feeling which is strong and enthusiastic.
⇒ He had a lively interest in Buddhism.
6. racy adjective
Racy writing or behaviour is lively and slightly shocking.
7. vibrant adjective
Something or someone that is vibrant is full of energy and enthusiasm.
⇒ ...her vibrant personality.
8. vital adjective
Vital people, organizations, or activities are very energetic and full of life.
⇒ He is a vital and funny man.
9. vivid adjective
Vivid memories and descriptions are very clear and detailed.
⇒ ...a very vivid dream.
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Translation of जीवंत from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary