English translation of अनावश्यक
अनावश्यकPowered by COBUILD /anavashyaka/
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/anavashyaka, anAvashyaka, anaavashyaka, anāvashyak/
1. immaterial adjective after link verb
If something is immaterial, it is not important or not relevant. ⇒ It is immaterial whether we like him or not.
2. inappropriate adjective
Something that is inappropriate is not suitable for a particular situation or purpose. ⇒ His behaviour was inappropriate.
3. needless adjective
Something that is needless is completely unnecessary. ⇒ His death was so needless.
4. redundant adjective
If you are made redundant, you lose your job because it is no longer necessary or because your employer cannot afford to keep paying you. [Brit] ⇒ Her teacher was made redundant when the school was closed down.
5. undue adjective before noun
If you describe something bad as undue, you mean that it is greater or more extreme than you think is reasonable. ⇒ We do not wish to cause any undue suffering.
6. unnecessary adjective
If you describe something as unnecessary, you mean that it is not needed or does not have to be done. ⇒ Diana was making an unnecessary fuss.
7. unwanted adjective
You say that something is unwanted when someone does not want it. ⇒ ...unwanted gifts. ⇒ Every year thousands of unwanted animals are abandoned.
8. unwelcome adjective
An unwelcome experience is one that you do not like and did not want. ⇒ ...unwelcome attention from men.
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Translation of अनावश्यक from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary