excuse ഒഴികഴിവ്‌


excuse = ഒഴികഴിവ്‌

Pronunciation =  excuse

Pronunciation in Malayalam = എക്സ്യൂസ്

excuse in Malayalam: ഒഴികഴിവ്‌

Part of speechverb

Definition in English: release (someone) from a duty or requirement.
a reason or explanation given to justify a fault or offence 

Definition in Malayalam: ഒരാളെ ഡ്യൂട്ടിയിൽ നിന്നോ ആവശ്യത്തിൽ നിന്നോ മുക്തനാക്കുക. ഒരു അബദ്ധമോ അപരാധമോ നീതീകരിക്കുവാനുളള കാരണമോ വിശദീകരണമോ

Examples in English:

  • She has been excused from her duties for now.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • അവളെ ജോലിയില്‍ നിന്നും ഒഴിവാക്കി

Synonyms of excuse

Synonyms in Malayalam ന്യായീകരണം,പ്രതിരോധിക്കുക,മുക്തനാക്കുക,ഒഴിവാക്കുക,മോചിപ്പിക്കുക,വിട്ടുകളയുക
Synonyms in English justify, defend, let off, release, relieve, exempt, spare, absolve, free, liberate

Antonyms of excuse

Antonyms in Malayalam ശാസിക്കുക,കുറ്റപ്പെടുത്തുക,കുറ്റക്കാരനെന്നു വിധിക്കുക
Antonyms in English hold on, punish, blame, condemn

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