English translation of घृणित
घृणितPowered by COBUILD /ghrinita/
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/ghrinita, ghrinit, ghriNita, ghriNit, ghriṇita, ghriṇit/
1. abject adjective
You use abject to emphasize that a situation or quality is shameful or depressing. ⇒ ...abject poverty. ⇒ The scheme was an abject failure.
2. despicable adjective
If you say that a person or action is despicable, you are emphasizing that they are extremely nasty or cruel. ⇒ ...a despicable crime.
3. disgusting adjective
If you say that something is disgusting, you think it is extremely unpleasant or unacceptable. ⇒ ...one of the most disgusting sights I ever saw. ⇒ I think it's disgusting that people over 65 have to pay tax.
4. foul adjective
Foul language is offensive and contains swear words or rude words.
5. hideous adjective
If you say that someone or something is hideous, you mean that they are extremely unpleasant or ugly. ⇒ ...a hideous crime. ⇒ ...his hideous face.
6. obnoxious adjective
If you describe someone as obnoxious, you think that they are very unpleasant. ⇒ He was a most obnoxious man. No-one liked him.
7. outrageous adjective
If you describe something as outrageous, you are emphasizing that it is unacceptable or very shocking. ⇒ ...his outrageous drunken behaviour.
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Translation of घृणित from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary