English translation of साधारण
साधारणPowered by COBUILD /sadharana/
Definitions and Translations
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1. anonymous adjective
Something that is anonymous has no interesting features. ⇒ ...an anonymous holiday villa.
2. average adjective, singular noun
Something that is average or the average is normal in quality or amount for a particular group of things or people. ⇒ His first novel is much better than the average novel. ⇒ ...what is found in an average British dustbin.
3. bland adjective
If you describe someone or something as bland, you mean that they are dull, uninteresting, and very ordinary. ⇒ ...a bland beige carpet. ⇒ ...a bland hamburger.
4. common adjective before noun
Common is used to indicate that something is ordinary and not special. ⇒ The scientific name for common salt is sodium chloride.
5. general adjective before noun
General is used to describe a person who has an average amount of knowledge or interest in a particular subject. ⇒ This book is intended for the general reader.
6. insignificant adjective
Something that is insignificant is unimportant, especially because it is very small. ⇒ In 1949 Bonn was a small, insignificant city.
7. lay adjective before noun
You use lay to describe someone who is not an expert or professional in a particular subject or activity. ⇒ Even a lay person can see that this new research is a step forward.
8. light adjective
Something that is light is not very great in amount, degree, or intensity. ⇒ ...the usual light traffic in the city. ⇒ There was a light knock at the door.
9. light adjective
If you say something in a light way, you sound as if you think that it is not important or serious. ⇒ Talk to him in a friendly, light way about the relationship. ⇒ I'll finish on a lighter note.
10. modest adjective
A modest house or other building is not large or expensive. ⇒ She lives in a modest apartment in Santa Monica.
11. mundane adjective
Something that is mundane is ordinary and not interesting. ⇒ ...the mundane realities of life.
12. normal adjective
Something that is normal is usual and ordinary, and in accordance with what people expect. ⇒ Her teeth were smaller than a normal woman's. ⇒ The two countries resumed normal diplomatic relations.
13. ordinary (in phrases)
Something that is out of the ordinary is unusual or different. ⇒ The boy's knowledge was out of the ordinary.
14. ordinary adjective
Ordinary people or things are not special or different in any way. ⇒ Most ordinary people would agree with me. ⇒ It was just an ordinary weekend.
15. primitive adjective
If you describe something as primitive, you mean that it is very simple in style or very old-fashioned. ⇒ This is rather primitive technology.
16. simple adjective
If something is simple, it is not complicated, and is therefore easy to understand or do. ⇒ ...simple pictures and diagrams. ⇒ ...simple maths.
17. simple adjective
Simple means containing all the basic or necessary things, but nothing extra. ⇒ ...a simple dinner of rice and beans.
18. unremarkable adjective
If you describe someone or something as unremarkable, you mean that they do not have many exciting, original, or attractive qualities. ⇒ The man was tall and thin, with an unremarkable face.
19. usual adjective
Usual is used to describe what happens or what is done most often in a particular situation. ⇒ The policeman asked the usual questions. ⇒ The winter has been colder than usual. ⇒ It is usual to give waiters a tip.
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Translation of साधारण from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary