English translation of दूर
दूरPowered by COBUILD /dura/
Definitions and Translations
/dura, dUra, doora, dūr, dur, dUr, door/
1. afield (in phrases)
Further afield or farther afield mean in places other than the nearest or most obvious one.
⇒ Lucerne is a good base for travelling further afield.
2. away adverb
If you move away from a place, you move so that you are no longer there. If you are away, you are not in the usual place.
⇒ He walked away from his car. ⇒ Jason was away on a business trip.
3. away preposition, adverb
If something is away from a person or place, it is at a distance from that person or place.
⇒ The two women were sitting as far away from each other as possible. ⇒ The nearest river was four miles away.
4. back adverb
If someone or something is kept or situated back from a place, they are at a distance from it.
⇒ Keep back from the edge of the platform.
5. clear adjective after link verb
If one thing is clear of another, the two things are not touching.
⇒ Try to keep your feet clear of the water.
6. far adverb
You use far in questions and statements about distances.
⇒ How far is it to Malcy? ⇒ How far can you throw? ⇒ She followed the tracks as far as the road.
7. far adverb
If one place, thing, or person is far away from another, there is a great distance between them.
⇒ There's a nice little Italian restaurant not far from here. ⇒ My sisters moved even farther away from home. ⇒ ...the far end of the room.
8. faraway adjective before noun
Faraway means a long distance from you or from a particular place.
⇒ ...photographs of a faraway country.
9. removed adjective
If an idea or situation is far removed from something, it is very different from it.
⇒ Her dream home is far removed from reality.
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Translation of दूर from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary