English translation of बाहरी
बाहरीPowered by COBUILD /bahari/
Definitions and Translations
/bahari, bAharI, baaharee, bāharī, bahri, bAhrI, baahree, bāhrī/
1. exterior adjective before noun
You use exterior to refer to the outside parts of something, or to things that are outside something.
⇒ ...exterior walls.
2. foreign adjective
A foreign body is an object that has got into something, usually by accident, and should not be there. [formal]
⇒ ...a foreign body in the eye.
3. outdoor adjective before noun
Outdoor activities or things take place or are used outside, rather than in a building.
⇒ She excelled at outdoor sports. ⇒ ...outdoor furniture.
4. outer adjective before noun
The outer parts of something are the parts which enclose the other parts, and which are farthest from the centre.
⇒ The burn damaged only the outer layer of skin. ⇒ ...the outer suburbs of the city.
5. outside adjective before noun, preposition
Outside people or organizations are not part of a particular organization or group.
⇒ ...outside consultants. ⇒ He is hoping to recruit a chairman from outside the company.
6. outside adjective before noun
When you talk about the outside world, you are referring to things that happen or exist in places other than your own home or community.
⇒ She hid her true character from the outside world.
7. outside adverb, preposition, adjective before noun
If you are outside a building, place, or country, you are not in it.
⇒ They heard voices coming from outside. ⇒ The victim was outside a shop when he was attacked. ⇒ ...an outside toilet.
8. outside countable noun, adjective before noun
The outside of something such as a building or a container is the part which surrounds or encloses the rest of it.
⇒ The moth was on the outside of the glass. ⇒ ...the outside wall.
9. outward adjective before noun
The outward features of something are the ones that you can see from the outside.
⇒ Mark was lying unconscious but with no outward sign of injury.
10. overseas adjective before noun
An overseas student or visitor comes from abroad.
11. superficial adjective
Superficial injuries are not very serious, and affect only the surface of the body. You can also describe damage to an object as superficial.
⇒ ...four superficial wounds to his chest. ⇒ The explosion caused superficial damage.
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Translation of बाहरी from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary