English translation of कम से कम
कम से कमPowered by COBUILD /kama se kama/
Definitions and Translations
/kama se kama, kam se kam/
1. least (in phrases)
You use at least to say that a number, amount, or action is the minimum possible or likely, and that more may be possible. The forms at the least and at the very least are also used. ⇒ The menu features at least 15 different sorts of fish. ⇒ She could take a nice holiday at least.
2. least (in phrases)
You use at least when you are mentioning an advantage that still exists in a bad situation. ⇒ At least we know he is still alive.
3. less (in phrases)
You use no less than before an amount to indicate that you think the amount is larger than you expected. ⇒ He is booked for no less than four US television interviews.
4. minimally adverb ⇒ He was paid, but only minimally.
5. more (in phrases)
You use no more than or not more than when you want to emphasize how small a number or amount is. ⇒ Each meal requires no more than thirty minutes to prepare.
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Translation of कम से कम from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary