condolence അനുശോചനം


condolence = അനുശോചനം

Pronunciation =  condolence

Pronunciation in Malayalam = കണ്ടോലൻസ്

condolence in Malayalam: അനുശോചനം

Part of speechnoun 

Definition in English: an expression of sympathy, especially on the occasion of the death of a person’s relative or close friend 

Definition in Malayalam: ഒരു വ്യക്തിയുടെ ബന്ധുവിന്റെയോ അടുത്ത സ്നേഹിതന്റെയോ മരണസമയത്ത്, പ്രത്യേകിച്ച് സഹാനുഭൂതിയുടെ പ്രകടനമാണ്

Examples in English:

  • They offered their sincere condolence.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • അവർ ആത്മാർത്ഥമായി അനുശോചിച്ചു.

Synonyms of condolence

Synonyms in Malayalam സഹാനുഭൂതി, സഹതപിക്കുക, സമാധാനം, ആശ്വാസം,
Synonyms in English sympathy, commiseration, solace, comfort, consolation

Antonyms of condolence

Antonyms in Malayalam സന്തോഷം, ക്രൂരത, വിദ്വേഷം
Antonyms in English cheer, cruelty, happiness, harshness, hatred

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