English translation of पूर्ण
पूर्णPowered by COBUILD /purna/
Definitions and Translations
/purna, pUrna, poorna, pūrn, purn, pUrn, poorn, purNa, pUrNa, poorNa, pūrN, purN, pUrN, poorN, purṇa, pUrṇa, poorṇa, pūrṇ, purṇ, pUrṇ, poorṇ/
1. absolute adjective before noun
Absolute means total and complete. ⇒ ...absolute beginners. ⇒ It's absolute nonsense.
2. complete adjective after link verb
If a task is complete, it is finished. ⇒ Our work on the farmhouse is complete.
3. complete adjective
If something is complete, it contains all the parts that it should contain. ⇒ A garden is not complete without a bed of roses. ⇒ ...a complete set of keys to the shop.
4. downright adverb, adjective before noun
You use downright to emphasize unpleasant or bad qualities or behaviour. ⇒ His ideas were downright dangerous. ⇒ ...suspicion and downright hostility.
5. full adjective
Something that is full contains as much of a substance or as many objects as it can. ⇒ ...a full tank of petrol. ⇒ The car park was full.
6. full adjective before noun
You can use full to indicate that you are referring to the whole of something, or to emphasize the amount of a quality that it has. ⇒ Full details will be sent to you. ⇒ May I have your full name? ⇒ The farm was in full view of the house.
7. full adjective
When there is a full moon, the moon appears as a bright, complete circle.
8. outright adjective before noun, adverb
Outright means complete and total. ⇒ She had failed to win an outright victory. ⇒ The peace plan wasn't rejected outright.
9. over adjective after link verb
If an activity is over or all over, it is completely finished. ⇒ The bad times were over. ⇒ I am glad it's all over.
10. total adjective
Total means complete. ⇒ I have total confidence that things will change.
11. unqualified adjective
Unqualified means total, unlimited, and complete. ⇒ The event was an unqualified success.
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Translation of पूर्ण from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary