English translation of नगण्य
नगण्यPowered by COBUILD /naganya/
Definitions and Translations
/naganya, nagany, nganya, ngany, nagnya, nagny, ngnya, ngny, nagaNya, nagaNy, ngaNya, ngaNy, nagNya, nagNy, ngNya, ngNy, nagaṇya, nagaṇy, ngaṇya, ngaṇy, nagṇya, nagṇy, ngṇya, ngṇy/
1. little adjective before noun
You use little to indicate that something is not serious or important. ⇒ Harry got angry over little things.
2. minuscule adjective
If you describe something as minuscule, you mean it is very small. ⇒ The disease only affects a minuscule percentage of people.
3. negligible adjective
Something that is negligible is so small or unimportant that it is not worth considering. ⇒ The risks are negligible.
4. nominal adjective
A nominal price or sum of money is very small in comparison with the real cost or value of the thing that is being bought or sold. ⇒ All the ferries carry bicycles for a nominal charge.
5. nothing pronoun
You use nothing to indicate that something or someone is not important or significant. ⇒ Because he always had money it meant nothing to him. ⇒ She kept crying over nothing.
6. paltry adjective
A paltry amount of money or something else is very small. ⇒ ...a paltry 0.2% rise in profits.
7. trivial adjective
If you describe something as trivial, you think that it is unimportant and not serious. ⇒ ...trivial details.
8. unimportant adjective
If you describe something or someone as unimportant, you mean that they do not have much effect or value, and are therefore not worth considering.
9. zero adjective
You can use zero to say that there is none at all of the thing mentioned. ⇒ His chances are zero.
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Translation of नगण्य from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary