Embrace ന്റെ മലയാളം അർത്ഥം 


embrace meaning


Embrace = ആശ്ലേഷം

 Pronunciation = Embrace

Embrace in Malayalam:എമ്പ്രേസ്

Part of speech: noun

Plural:Embraces( എമ്പ്രേസ്സ് )

Definition in English: hold (someone) closely in one’s arms, especially as a sign of affection.

Definition in Malayalam:  സ്നേഹത്തോടെ കെട്ടിപിടിക്കുക 

Examples in English:

  • Aunt Sophie embraced her warmly

Examples in Malayalam:

  • അച്ഛൻ തന്റെ മകനെ സ്നേഹത്തോടെ ആശ്ലേഷചു

Synonyms for Embrace

Synonyms in Malayalam  ആലിംഗനം, സ്വീകരിക്കുക
Synonyms in English  hug, hold, cuddle, clasp to one’s bosom, clasp, squeeze, clutch, seize, grab

Antonyms for Embrace

in Malayalam  അകറ്റുക, ഒഴിവാക്കുക
in English   exclude, reject, discard, spurn

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Malayalam is spoken predominantly in the state of Kerala. There are close to 40 million speakers of Malayalam. Malayalam enjoys the status of a classical language and considered sophisticated by experts. Malayalam has close similarities to Tamil and Kannada, with many of the words sounding or meaning the same. The oldest literary works in Malayalam dates back to the 9th Century A.D. The name ‘Malayalam’ for the language was first used in the 19th Century and has since known by the same name.

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