English translation of बेशक
बेशकPowered by COBUILD /beshaka/
Definitions and Translations
/beshaka, beshak, beshka, beshk/
1. certainly adverb
You use certainly when you are agreeing or disagreeing strongly with what someone has said. ⇒ 'You try to avoid them, don't you?' — 'I certainly do.' ⇒ 'Perhaps it would be better if I left.' — 'Certainly not!'
2. clearly adverb ⇒ Clearly, the police cannot break the law.
3. of course adverb
You say of course to say that something is not surprising because it is normal, obvious, or well-known. ⇒ Of course there were lots of other interesting things at the exhibition.
4. sure convention
Sure is a way of saying 'yes' or 'all right'. [informal] ⇒ 'He rang you?' — 'Sure. Last night.'
5. surely adverb
You use surely to emphasize that you think something should be true, and you would be surprised if it was not true. ⇒ You surely haven't forgotten Dr Walters?
6. undoubtedly adverb ⇒ He is undoubtedly a very talented player.
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Translation of बेशक from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary