English translation of प्रसिद्ध
प्रसिद्धPowered by COBUILD /prasiddha/
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/prasiddha, prasiddh, prsiddha, prsiddh/
1. famed adjective
If you are famed for something, you are very well-known because of it. ⇒ The city is famed for its restaurants.
2. famous adjective
Someone or something that is famous is very well known. ⇒ ...England's most famous artist. ⇒ New Orleans is famous for its music.
3. great adjective
You use great to describe someone or something that is important, famous, or exciting. ⇒ ...the great novels of the 19th century. ⇒ ...the greatest scientist since Einstein.
4. note (in phrases)
Someone or something that is of note is important, worth mentioning, or well-known. ⇒ He has written nothing of note recently.
5. noted adjective
Someone who is noted for something is well-known and admired for it. ⇒ ...the scientist, noted for his work on infectious diseases.
6. reputed adjective
If something is reputed to be true or to exist, some people say that it is true or that it exists. ⇒ He is reputed to earn ten million pounds a year.
7. well-known adjective
Something or someone that is well-known is famous or familiar. ⇒ She was a very well-known author.
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Translation of प्रसिद्ध from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary