English translation of आम
आमPowered by COBUILD /ama/
Definitions and Translations
/ama, åma, aama, åm, am, aam/
1. common adjective
If something is common, it is found in large numbers or it happens often. ⇒ Hansen is a common name in Norway. ⇒ It's a common mistake.
2. commonplace adjective
If something is commonplace, it happens often or is often found. ⇒ This kind of event has become commonplace.
3. general adjective before noun
If you talk about the general situation somewhere or if you talk about something in general terms, you are describing the situation as a whole rather than considering its details or exceptions. ⇒ The figures represent a general rise in unemployment. ⇒ She recounted some of the recent events in very general terms.
4. general adjective before noun
You use general to describe something that involves or affects most people, or most people in a group. ⇒ ...general awareness of the problem.
5. general adjective before noun
General is used to describe something that is not restricted to any one thing or area. ⇒ ...a general store. ⇒ ...a general ache around the back of the neck. ⇒ ...a general sense of well-being.
6. general adjective before noun
General is used to describe a person who has an average amount of knowledge or interest in a particular subject. ⇒ This book is intended for the general reader.
7. ordinary adjective
Ordinary people or things are not special or different in any way. ⇒ Most ordinary people would agree with me. ⇒ It was just an ordinary weekend.
8. usual adjective
Usual is used to describe what happens or what is done most often in a particular situation. ⇒ The policeman asked the usual questions. ⇒ The winter has been colder than usual. ⇒ It is usual to give waiters a tip.
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Translation of आम from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary