English translation of बुरा
बुराPowered by COBUILD /bura/
Definitions and Translations
/bura, burA, buraa, burā/
1. bad adjective
Something that is bad is unpleasant, harmful, or of poor quality. ⇒ ...a bad day at work. ⇒ The floods are the worst in nearly fifty years.
2. dreadful adjective
If you say that something is dreadful, you mean that it is very unpleasant or very poor in quality. ⇒ They told us the dreadful news. ⇒ My financial situation is dreadful.
3. ill adjective before noun
Ill can be used in front of some nouns to mean 'bad'. [formal] ⇒ She brought ill luck into her family.
4. maligned adjective
If you describe someone or something as maligned, you mean that people often criticize them and say unpleasant things about them, and that this is unfair. ⇒ The secretarial route is much maligned but can provide a way into many careers.
5. nasty adjective
If you describe a person or their behaviour as nasty, you mean that they behave in an unkind and unpleasant way. ⇒ The guards looked really nasty. ⇒ She is so nasty to me.
6. negative adjective
A fact, situation, or experience that is negative is unpleasant, depressing, or harmful. ⇒ The news is not all negative. ⇒ ...the negative effect of unemployment.
7. ugly adjective
If you refer to a situation as ugly, you mean that it is very unpleasant, usually because it involves violence. ⇒ ...ugly confrontations between workers and police.
8. wrong adjective after link verb
If you say that something someone does is wrong, you mean that it is bad or immoral. ⇒ She was wrong to leave her child alone. ⇒ We don't consider we did anything wrong.
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Translation of बुरा from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary