English translation of 'प्रत्यक्ष'
1. apparent adjective after link verb
If something is apparent, it is clear and obvious.
It was apparent that he was very confused.
2. direct adjective, adverb
You use direct to describe something such as contact or a relationship between two things or people which only involves the things or people that are mentioned, with nothing or nobody in between them.
He was in direct contact with his boss.
Millions have died this century as a direct result of war.
Grow the seeds in bright light but out of direct sunlight.
I can deal direct with your Inspector.
3. evident adjective
If something is evident, you notice it easily and clearly.
His footprints were clearly evident in the snow.
It was evident that she had once been beautiful.
4. first-hand adjective
First-hand information or experience is gained directly, rather than from other people.
She has no first-hand knowledge of Quebec.
5. overt adjective
An overt action or attitude is done or shown in an open and obvious way.
No one spoke a word of overt criticism about her decision.
6. patent adjective
You use patent to emphasize that the nature or existence of something, especially something bad, is obvious.
This was patent nonsense.
7. positive adjective before noun
Positive evidence gives definite proof of something.
We have positive proof that he was the thief.
8. straight adjective before noun
A straight choice or a straight fight involves only two people or things.
It's a straight choice between low-paid jobs and no jobs.
9. visible adjective
You use visible to describe something or someone that people notice or recognize.
He made a visible effort to control his temper.
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Translation of प्रत्यक्ष from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary