English translation of दयनीय
दयनीयPowered by COBUILD /dayaniya/
Definitions and Translations
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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. miserable adjective
If you are miserable, you are very unhappy.
3. pitiful adjective
Someone or something that is pitiful is so sad, weak, or small that you feel pity for them. ⇒ It was the most pitiful sight I had ever seen.
4. pitiful adjective
If you describe something as pitiful, you mean that it does not deserve respect or consideration. ⇒ ...the team's pitiful performance against Belgium last night.
5. sorry adjective before noun
If someone or something is in a sorry condition, they are in a bad condition, mentally or physically. ⇒ She is a sorry sight.
6. woeful adjective
You can use woeful to emphasize that something is very bad or undesirable. ⇒ ...the woeful state of the economy.
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Translation of दयनीय from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary