अंग्रेजी कोश

poised के समानार्थी

(विशेषण) 
Definition
absolutely ready
We are poised to execute the plan.
समानार्थी
ready
It took her a long time to get ready for church.
,
waiting
,
prepared
I was prepared for a long wait.
,
standing by
,
on the brink
,
in the wings
,
all set
(विशेषण) 
Definition
behaving with or showing poise
Rachel appeared poised and calm.
समानार्थी
composed
She was standing beside him, very calm and composed.
,
calm
Try to keep calm and just tell me what happened.
,
together (informal)
She was very headstrong, and very together.
,
collected
Police say she was cool and collected during her interrogation.
, , ,
serene
She looked as calm and serene as always.
, , , ,
unfazed (informal)
, ,
unruffled
Anne had remained unruffled, very cool and controlled.
, ,
self-possessed
She is the most articulate and self-possessed member of her family.
विपरीत
, , , ,
worked up
, ,
ruffled
,
discomposed

अतिरिक्त समानार्थी शब्द

in the sense of calm
Definition
not showing or not feeling agitation or excitement
Try to keep calm and just tell me what happened.
समानार्थी
unfazed (informal),
unflappable (informal),
keeping your cool,
unexcited,
unexcitable,
as cool as a cucumber,
chilled (informal)
in the sense of collected
Definition
brought together into one book or set of books
Police say she was cool and collected during her interrogation.
समानार्थी
together (slang),
self-controlled,
unfazed (informal),
keeping your cool,
unperturbable,
as cool as a cucumber,
chilled (informal)
in the sense of prepared
I was prepared for a long wait.
समानार्थी
set,
all set

संबंधित सामग्री देखें

कोलिन्स से नया!
कोलिन्स से नया!
अंग्रेजी शब्द सूची
अंग्रेजी शब्द सूची
नवीनतम शब्द प्रस्तुतियाँ
नवीनतम शब्द प्रस्तुतियाँ
इजी लर्निंग इंग्लिश ग्रामर
इजी लर्निंग इंग्लिश ग्रामर
COBUILD व्याकरण
COBUILD व्याकरण
वर्ड लवर का ब्लॉग
वर्ड लवर का ब्लॉग
ऑनलाइन स्क्रैबल चेकर
ऑनलाइन स्क्रैबल चेकर
The Paul Noble Method
The Paul Noble Method

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