bait ഇര


bait = ഇര

Pronunciation =  bait

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ബെയ്ത്

bait in Malayalam: ഇര

Part of speechnoun

Definition in English: food used to entice fish or other animals as prey
deliberately annoy or taunt (someone) 

Definition in Malayalam: മീനുകളെയോ മറ്റു മൃഗങ്ങളെയോ പിടിക്കുന്നതിനായി ഉപയോഗിക്കുന്ന ഭക്ഷണം .മനഃപൂർവ്വം ആകുലപ്പെടുത്തുകയോ നിന്ദിക്കുകയോ ചെയ്യുക (ആരെയെങ്കിലും )

Examples in English:

  • She took worms as bait on the fishing trip.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • മത്സ്യബന്ധനത്തിനായുള്ള യാത്രയിൽ അവൾ ഞാഞ്ഞൂലുകളെ ഇര ആയി എടുത്തു

Synonyms of bait

Synonyms in Malayalam പ്രലോഭനം,കെണി, ചൂണ്ടയിലിടുന്ന ഇര, ചൂണ്ടയിടുക, തമാശ,അടപ്പ്, ഉപദ്രവകാരി
Synonyms in English lure, decoy, fly, troll, jig, plug, teaser

Antonyms of bait

Antonyms in Malayalam വിഘ്‌നം, കുറയ്‌ക്കുക, പ്രതിരോധിക്കുക, സാന്ത്വനപ്പെടുത്തുക
Antonyms in English check, abate, repel, soothe

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