Consequences Meaning – తెలుగు అర్ధము


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Consequences – పరిణామాలు

Pronunciation = Consequences

Consequences in Telugu: పరిణామాలు

Part of speech: Adjective

Plural: Consequences (పరిణామాలు)

Definition in English:a result or effect, typically one that is unwelcome or unpleasant.

Definition in Telugu:ఫలితం లేదా ప్రభావం.

Examples in English:

  • The Consequences can be bad
  • In consequence her mind is not only vigorous, but it is pure.

Examples in Telugu:

  • పర్యవసానాలు చెడు కావచ్చు.
  • పర్యవసానంగా ఆమె మనస్సు తీవ్రంగా లేదు, కానీ ఇది స్వచ్ఛమైనది.

Synonyms for Consequences

Synonyms in Telugu విలువ,గమనిక,ఫలితం.
Synonyms in English value,note,result.

Antonyms for Consequences

in Telugu కారణం.
in English cause.

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