fussy തൃപ്‌തിപ്പെടുത്താന്‍ കഴിയാത്ത

തൃപ്‌തിപ്പെടുത്താന്‍ കഴിയാത്ത

fussy = തൃപ്‌തിപ്പെടുത്താന്‍ കഴിയാത്ത

Pronunciation =  fussy

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ഫസ്സി

fussy in Malayalam: തൃപ്‌തിപ്പെടുത്താന്‍ കഴിയാത്ത

Part of speechadjective 

Definition in English: fastidious about one’s needs or requirements; hard to please. 

Definition in Malayalam: ഒരാളുടെ ആവശ്യങ്ങൾ അല്ലെങ്കിൽ ആവശ്യകതകളെ തൃപ്‌തിപ്പെടുത്താനൊക്കാത്ത;
സന്തോഷിപ്പിക്കുവാൻ പ്രയാസമുളള

Examples in English:

  • She is fussy about her food.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • അവളുടെ ആഹാരത്തിനോട് അവൾക്ക് തൃപ്‌തിയില്ല

Synonyms of fussy

Synonyms in Malayalam സവിശേഷമായ,
വിശിഷ്‌ടമായ,വിവേചനം കാണിക്കുക,പ്രസാദിപ്പാന്‍ പ്രയാസമായ
Synonyms in English particular, fastidious, discriminating, selective

Antonyms of fussy

Antonyms in Malayalam വകതിരിവില്ലാത്ത
Antonyms in English indiscriminate

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