English translation of उचित
उचितPowered by COBUILD /ucita/
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/ucita, ucit, uchita, uchit/
1. advisable adjective after link verb
If you tell someone that it is advisable to do something, you are suggesting that they should do it. ⇒ It's advisable to book early for city-centre restaurants.
2. appropriate adjective /əˈprəʊpriət अˈप्रअउप्रीअट्/
Something that is appropriate is suitable or acceptable for a particular situation. ⇒ Wear an outfit appropriate to the job. ⇒ The teacher can then take appropriate action. ⇒ It is appropriate that the exhibition should be sponsored by BMW.
3. balanced adjective
A balanced account or report is fair and reasonable.
4. correct adjective
Correct behaviour is considered socially acceptable.
5. due adjective before noun
If you give something due consideration, you give it the consideration it deserves. ⇒ After due consideration it was decided to send him away.
6. fair adjective
Something or someone that is fair is reasonable, right, and just. ⇒ It didn't seem fair to ignore her father. ⇒ ...a very fair man. ⇒ Try to be fair and treat the children equally.
7. good uncountable noun
Good is what is considered to be right according to moral standards or religious beliefs. ⇒ ...good and evil.
8. just adjective
If you describe a situation, action, or idea as just, you mean that it is right or acceptable according to particular moral principles. [formal] ⇒ ...a just cause.
9. justifiable adjective
An opinion, action, or fact that is justifiable is acceptable or correct because there is a good reason for it. ⇒ Secretly listening to people's phone calls is justifiable in the fight against crime.
10. justified adjective after link verb
An action that is justified is reasonable and acceptable. ⇒ In my opinion, the decision was justified.
11. perfect adjective
If you say that something is perfect for a particular person, thing, or activity, you are emphasizing that it is very suitable for them or for that activity. ⇒ Tiles are perfect for kitchens because they're easy to clean.
12. permissible adjective
Something that is permissible is allowed because it does not break any laws or rules. ⇒ Violent acts should not be permissible in sport.
13. pertinent adjective
Something that is pertinent is relevant to a particular subject. [formal] ⇒ She asked some pertinent questions.
14. proper adjective
If you say that a way of behaving is proper, you mean that it is considered socially acceptable and right. ⇒ ...the rules of proper behaviour.
15. proper adjective before noun
The proper thing is the one that is correct or most suitable. ⇒ We followed the proper procedures.
16. reasonable adjective
If you say that the price of something is reasonable, you mean that it is fair and not too high.
17. rightful adjective before noun
If you say that someone or something has returned to its rightful place or position, they have returned to the place or position that you think they should have. ⇒ The car must be returned to its rightful owner.
18. suitable adjective
Someone or something that is suitable for a particular purpose or occasion is right or acceptable for it. ⇒ She had no dress suitable for the occasion. ⇒ ...a suitable venue.
19. understandable adjective
If you describe someone's behaviour or feelings as understandable, you mean that they have reacted to a situation in a natural way or in the way you would expect. ⇒ It is understandable that Mr Khan wants to go home.
20. worthwhile adjective
If something is worthwhile, it is enjoyable or useful, and worth the time, money, or effort spent on it. ⇒ ...a worthwhile movie that you will want to watch again. ⇒ It might be worthwhile to consider buying a new car.
21. worthy adjective
If someone or something is worthy of something, they deserve it because they have the qualities or abilities required. [formal] ⇒ The bank might think you're worthy of a loan. ⇒ Agassi was a worthy winner.
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Translation of उचित from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary