English translation of असंगत
असंगतPowered by COBUILD /asangata/
Definitions and Translations
/asangata, asangat, sangata, sangat, asngata, asngat, sngata, sngat, asangta, asangt, sangta, sangt, asngta, asngt, sngta, sngt/
1. alien adjective after link verb
If something is alien to you, it is not the way you would normally feel or behave. ⇒ Such an attitude is alien to most businessmen.
2. illogical adjective
An illogical feeling or action is not reasonable and does not result from ordered thinking. ⇒ His behaviour was illogical.
3. improper adjective before noun
Improper conditions or methods of treatment are not suitable or adequate for a particular purpose. ⇒ Improper use of this medicine could lead to a dangerous reaction.
4. inappropriate adjective
Something that is inappropriate is not suitable for a particular situation or purpose. ⇒ His behaviour was inappropriate.
5. incoherent adjective
If someone is incoherent, they are talking in a confused and unclear way. ⇒ The man was almost incoherent with fear.
6. incompatible adjective
If one thing or person is incompatible with another, they are very different from each other and therefore cannot exist or work together. ⇒ His behaviour has been incompatible with his role as head of state.
7. incongruous adjective
Something that is incongruous seems strange because it does not fit in with the rest of a situation. [formal] ⇒ She was small and looked incongruous in an army uniform.
8. inconsistent adjective
If you describe someone as inconsistent, you are criticizing them for not behaving in the same way every time a similar situation occurs. ⇒ His inconsistent approach to tackling problems cost him his job.
9. inconsistent adjective after link verb
Something that is inconsistent with a particular set of ideas or values is not in accordance with them. ⇒ They say her new songs are inconsistent with her style.
10. inept adjective
Someone who is inept does something with a complete lack of skill. ⇒ You are completely inept at writing. ⇒ ...his inept effort to find a girlfriend.
11. irrational adjective
Irrational feelings or behaviour are not based on logical reasons or thinking. ⇒ An irrational fear is called a phobia.
12. irreconcilable adjective
If two things such as opinions or proposals are irreconcilable, they are so different from each other that it is not possible to have them both. [formal] ⇒ These old concepts are irreconcilable with modern life.
13. irrelevant adjective
If you say that something is irrelevant, you mean that it is not important to or not connected with the present situation or discussion. ⇒ He either ignored questions or gave irrelevant answers. ⇒ He said politics has become increasingly irrelevant to most Americans.
14. odd adjective
You say that two things are odd when they do not belong to the same set or pair. ⇒ ...odd socks.
15. preposterous adjective
If you describe something as preposterous, you mean that it is extremely unreasonable and foolish.
16. uneven adjective
Something that is uneven is not regular or consistent. ⇒ Her breathing was uneven.
17. unreasonable adjective
An unreasonable decision, action, price, or amount seems unfair and difficult to justify.
18. unreasonable adjective
If you say that someone is being unreasonable, you mean that they are behaving in a way that is not fair or sensible.
19. unworkable adjective
If an idea or plan is unworkable, it cannot succeed. ⇒ This proposal is unworkable.
20. variance (in phrases)
If one thing is at variance with another, the two things seem to contradict each other. [formal] ⇒ His statements are at variance with the facts.
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Translation of असंगत from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary