English translation of अप्रिय
अप्रियPowered by COBUILD /apriya/
Definitions and Translations
/apriya, apriy, priya, priy/
1. acrimonious adjective
Acrimonious words or quarrels are bitter and angry. [formal]
2. distasteful adjective
If something is distasteful to you, you dislike or disapprove of it. ⇒ Such ideas are distasteful to them. ⇒ I find her gossip distasteful.
3. harsh adjective
Something that is harsh is so hard, bright, or rough that it seems unpleasant or harmful. ⇒ ...harsh colours.
4. harsh adjective
Harsh actions or remarks are unkind and show no understanding or sympathy. ⇒ ...the cold, harsh cruelty of her husband.
5. jarring adjective ⇒ ...jarring, over-the-top behaviour.
6. nasty adjective
Something that is nasty is very unpleasant or unattractive. ⇒ This divorce could become nasty.
7. nasty adjective
If you describe a person or their behaviour as nasty, you mean that they behave in an unkind and unpleasant way. ⇒ The guards looked really nasty. ⇒ She is so nasty to me.
8. nightmare countable noun
If you say that an experience is a nightmare, you mean that it is very unpleasant. [informal] ⇒ The bus journey was a nightmare.
9. rude adjective before noun
Rude is used to describe events that are unexpected and unpleasant. ⇒ The changes came as a rude shock.
10. ugly adjective
If you refer to a situation as ugly, you mean that it is very unpleasant, usually because it involves violence. ⇒ ...ugly confrontations between workers and police.
11. unattractive adjective
If you describe something as unattractive, you mean that people do not like it and do not want to be involved with it. ⇒ The Church is unattractive to many young people.
12. undesirable adjective
If you describe something or someone as undesirable, you think they will have harmful effects. ⇒ These drugs can have undesirable side-effects.
13. unhappy adjective before noun
An unhappy situation is not satisfactory or desirable. ⇒ This event is part of the unhappy state of British politics.
14. unpalatable adjective
If you describe an idea as unpalatable, you mean that you find it unpleasant and difficult to accept. [formal] ⇒ I began to learn the unpalatable truth about John.
15. unpleasant adjective
If something is unpleasant, it gives you bad feelings, for example by making you feel upset or uncomfortable. ⇒ The symptoms of a cold can be uncomfortable and unpleasant.
16. unsavoury adjective
If you describe someone or something as unsavoury, you mean that you find them unpleasant or morally unacceptable. ⇒ 'I don't mix with unsavoury characters,' he said.
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Translation of अप्रिय from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary