booty അപഹരിച്ച വസ്‌തുക്കള്‍

അപഹരിച്ച വസ്‌തുക്കള്‍

booty = അപഹരിച്ച വസ്‌തുക്കള്‍

Pronunciation =  booty

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ബൂട്ടി

booty in Malayalam: അപഹരിച്ച വസ്‌തുക്കള്‍

Part of speechnoun 

Definition in English: valuable stolen goods, especially those seized in war.
a person’s bottom. 

Definition in Malayalam: മോഷ്ടിച്ച സാധനങ്ങൾ, പ്രത്യേകിച്ച് യുദ്ധത്തിൽ പിടിച്ചെടുത്ത വസ്തുക്കൾ. ഒരു വ്യക്തിയുടെ അധോഭാഗം .

Examples in English:

  • The thieves hid the booty inside a cave.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • മോഷ്ടിച്ച സാധനങ്ങൾ കള്ളന്മാർ ഒരു ഗുഹയിൽ ഒളിപ്പിച്ചു .

Synonyms of booty

Synonyms in Malayalam കൊള്ളയടിച്ച മുതല്‍, അപഹരണം,കവര്‍ച്ച,നേട്ടം
Synonyms in English loot, plunder, pillage, haul.

Antonyms of booty

Antonyms in Malayalam പ്രായശ്ചിത്തം
Antonyms in English penalty.

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