English translation of दिखावटी
दिखावटीPowered by COBUILD /dikhavati/
Definitions and Translations
/dikhavati, dikhAvatI, dikhaavatee, dikhāvatī, dikhavti, dikhAvtI, dikhaavtee, dikhāvtī, dikhavaTi, dikhAvaTI, dikhaavaTee, dikhāvaTī, dikhavTi, dikhAvTI, dikhaavTee, dikhāvTī, dikhavaṭi, dikhAvaṭI, dikhaavaṭee, dikhāvaṭī, dikhavṭi, dikhAvṭI, dikhaavṭee, dikhāvṭī/
1. artificial adjective
If you describe someone's behaviour as artificial, you disapprove of them because they are pretending to have attitudes and feelings which they do not really have. ⇒ ...a fixed, artificial smile.
2. false adjective
If you describe a person or their behaviour as false, you are criticizing them for not being sincere or for hiding their real feelings. ⇒ Her smile was false.
3. outward adjective before noun
The outward feelings, qualities, or attitudes of someone or something are the ones they appear to have rather than the ones that they actually have. ⇒ He gave no outward sign of what he felt.
4. seeming adjective before noun
Seeming means appearing to be the case, but not necessarily the case. [formal] ⇒ ...the company's seeming inability to control costs.
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Translation of दिखावटी from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary