English translation of तीखा
तीखाPowered by COBUILD /tikha/
Definitions and Translations
/tikha, tIkhA, teekhaa, tīkhā/
1. bitter adjective
In a bitter argument, people argue very angrily.
⇒ It was a bitter attack on the Government.
2. hot adjective
You can say food is hot when it has a burning taste caused by spices.
⇒ ...a hot curry.
3. pungent adjective
Something that is pungent has a strong bitter smell or taste.
⇒ ...the pungent smell of onions and garlic.
4. scathing adjective
If you say that someone is being scathing about something, you mean that they are being very critical of it.
⇒ He made some scathing comments about her clothes.
5. sharp adjective
A sharp taste or smell is rather strong or bitter, but is often also clear and fresh.
6. sharp adjective
If someone says something in a sharp way, they say it suddenly and rather firmly or angrily.
⇒ His sharp reply clearly made an impact.
7. shrill adjective
A shrill sound is high-pitched, piercing, and unpleasant to listen to.
⇒ ...the shrill whistle of the engine.
8. strong adjective
Strong means great in degree or intensity.
⇒ His answer caused a strong reaction.
9. tart adjective
If something such as fruit is tart, it has a sharp slightly bitter taste.
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Translation of तीखा from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary