English translation of 'व्यावहारिक'
1. applied adjective
An applied subject of study is practical rather than theoretical.
2. down-to-earth adjective
Someone who is down-to-earth is concerned with practical things, rather than with theories; used showing approval.
3. expedient countable noun, adjective
An expedient is an action that achieves a particular purpose, but may not be morally right. You can also say that it is expedient to do something.
It was only by the expedient of complaining very loudly that Mr Stewart was finally let inside.
It was expedient for us to be nice to him if we wanted to do well.
4. hands-on adjective
Hands-on experience or work involves actually doing a particular thing, rather than just talking about it or getting someone else to do it.
...hands-on experience of computers.
5. practical adjective
Practical means involving real situations, rather than ideas and theories.
They offer practical suggestions for healthy eating.
6. practical adjective
You describe people as practical when they make sensible decisions and deal effectively with problems.
We are practical people who judge by results.
7. practical adjective
Practical ideas and methods are likely to be effective or successful in a real situation.
Our system is the most practical way of preventing crime.
8. pragmatic adjective
A pragmatic way of dealing with something is based on practical considerations, rather than theoretical ones. A pragmatic person deals with things in a practical way.
9. tactful adjective
If you describe someone as tactful, you approve of them because they are careful not to say or do anything that would offend or upset other people.
Sometimes it's more tactful not to ask for the truth.
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Translation of व्यावहारिक from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary