English translation of स्पष्ट
स्पष्टPowered by COBUILD /spashta/
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1. blatant adjective
If you describe something you think is bad as blatant, you mean that it is very obvious.
⇒ He made up blatant lies to my father about me.
2. clear adjective
Something that is clear is easy to understand, see, or hear.
⇒ It is a clear account of what happened. ⇒ This television transmits much clearer pictures.
3. clear adjective
Something that is clear is obvious.
⇒ It was a clear case of murder. ⇒ It became clear that I was losing the argument.
4. clear adjective
If you are clear about something, you understand it completely.
⇒ She sat and thought, trying to be clear about her feelings.
5. clear adjective
If you have a clear mind or way of thinking, you are able to think sensibly and logically.
⇒ She needed a clear head for this job.
6. conspicuous adjective
If someone or something is conspicuous, people can see or notice them very easily.
⇒ I felt very conspicuous.
7. definite adjective
If something is definite, it is firm and clear, and unlikely to be changed.
⇒ It's too soon to give a definite answer.
8. distinct adjective
If something is distinct, you hear or see it clearly.
⇒ Mark still has a distinct Scottish accent.
9. emphatic adjective
An emphatic victory is one where the winner wins easily.
10. explicit adjective after link verb
If you are explicit about something, you express yourself clearly and openly.
⇒ Mr Blair needs to be more explicit about his plans.
11. flat adjective before noun
A flat rate, price, or percentage, is one that is fixed and which applies in every situation.
⇒ I was paid a flat fee of £7,000 for writing the play.
12. glaring adjective
If you describe something bad as glaring, you mean that it is very obvious.
⇒ ...glaring errors.
13. legible adjective
Legible writing is clear enough to read.
⇒ My handwriting isn't very legible. ⇒ ...a barely legible sign.
14. marked adjective
Something that is marked is very obvious and easily noticed.
⇒ The charity sees a marked increase in offers of help at Christmas.
15. noticeable adjective
Something that is noticeable is very obvious, so that it is easy to see or recognize.
⇒ It was noticeable that his face was red.
16. obvious adjective
If something is obvious, it is easy to see or understand.
⇒ It's obvious he's worried about us. ⇒ ...her obvious creative talents.
17. outright adjective before noun, adverb
You use outright to describe actions and behaviour that are open and direct, rather than indirect.
⇒ ...an outright lie. ⇒ Why don't you tell me outright?
18. patent adjective
You use patent to emphasize that the nature or existence of something, especially something bad, is obvious.
⇒ This was patent nonsense.
19. plain adjective
If a fact, situation, or statement is plain, it is easy to recognize or understand.
⇒ It was plain to him that I was unhappy.
20. point-blank adverb, adjective before noun
If you say something point-blank, you say it very directly, without explaining or apologizing.
⇒ I asked him point-blank why he was doing it. ⇒ ...their point-blank refusal.
21. sharp adjective
A sharp difference, image, or sound is very easy to see, hear, or distinguish.
⇒ All the footprints are quite sharp and clear.
22. telling adjective
If something is telling, it shows the true nature of a person or situation.
⇒ The laughter was a telling sign of the mood of the audience.
23. visible adjective
You use visible to describe something or someone that people notice or recognize.
⇒ He made a visible effort to control his temper.→ audible, tangible
2. mn/spashta, spasht, spshta, spsht, spashTa, spashT, spshTa, spshT, spashṭa, spashṭ, spshṭa, spshṭ/
illumination uncountable noun
⇒ ...the days before illumination by electricity.
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Translation of स्पष्ट from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary