English translation of 'विशिष्ट'
1. deluxe adjective before noun
Deluxe goods or services are better and more expensive than ordinary ones.
...a five-star deluxe hotel.
2. distinctive adjective
Something that is distinctive has special qualities that make it easily recognizable.
His voice was very distinctive.
3. distinguishing adjective
The distinguishing features of something are the features which make it different from other things of the same type.
Each of the islands has its own distinguishing features.
4. elitist adjective
If you describe an activity, a profession, or a system as elitist, you mean that it is practised only by a small group of powerful, rich, or talented people, or that it favours only this group of people; used showing disapproval.
The art world is totally elitist.
5. exclusive adjective
Something that is exclusive is available only to people who are rich.
...Britain's most exclusive club.
6. hallowed adjective
Hallowed is used to describe something that is respected and admired, usually because it is old or important.
...the hallowed lawns of Wimbledon Tennis Club.
7. individual adjective before noun
Individual means relating to one person or thing, rather than to a large group.
The charges are £25 for an individual membership and £44 for a family membership.
8. notable adjective
Something or someone that is notable is important or interesting.
...a fishing town notable for its church.
9. particular adjective before noun
If a person or thing has a particular quality or possession, it belongs only to them.
Mr. Clifford has particular responsibility for the company's business in Chile.
10. particular adjective before noun
You use particular to emphasize that you are talking about one thing or one kind of thing rather than other similar ones.
One particular memory still upsets me.
11. peculiar adjective after link verb
If something is peculiar to a particular thing, person, or situation, it belongs or relates only to that thing, person, or situation.
The violence is not peculiar to certain cities. And no city is immune.
12. quite predeterminer
You use quite in front of a noun group to emphasize that a person or thing is very impressive or unusual.
He's quite a character.
13. someone pronoun
If you say that a person is someone or somebody in a particular kind of work or in a particular place, you mean that they are considered to be important in that kind of work or in that place.
He was somebody in the law division.
14. special adjective before noun
Special means relating to one particular person, group, or place.
Everyone has his or her own special problems.
15. specific adjective before noun
You use specific to emphasize that you are talking about a particular thing or subject.
Several magazines provide information on specific products.
16. specific adjective
If someone is specific, they give a description that is exact. You can also use specific to describe their description.
17. specific adjective
Something that is specific to a particular thing is connected with that thing only.
...financial problems specific to students.
Most studies of trade have been country-specific.
19. unique adjective
Some people use unique to mean very unusual and special.
Kauffman was a woman of unique talent.
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Translation of विशिष्ट from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary