gift സമ്മാനം


gift = സമ്മാനം

Pronunciation =  gift

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ഗിഫ്ട്

gift in Malayalam: സമ്മാനം

Part of speechnoun

Definition in English: a thing given willingly to someone without payment; a present.
something as a gift, especially formally or as a donation or bequest. 

Definition in Malayalam: ഒരു പ്രതിഫലം കൊടുക്കാതെ മനസ്സോടെയ്ക്കനുകൂലമായ ഒരു കാര്യം;
ഒരു സമ്മാനം പോലെ, പ്രത്യേകിച്ച് ഔപചാരികത അല്ലെങ്കിൽ ഒരു സംഭാവനയോ അല്ലെങ്കിൽ ഭേതമോ ആയി.

Examples in English:

  • I got chocolates as my birthday gift.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • എനിക്ക്എന്റെ ജന്മദിന സമ്മാനമായി ചോക്ലേറ്റ് ലഭിച്ചു.

Synonyms of gift

Synonyms in Malayalam നിലവാരം, അലവൻസ്, അവാർഡ്, ബോണസ്, സമ്മാനിക്കുക, അംഗീകരിക്കുക, പാരമ്പര്യം, പ്രതിഫലം
Synonyms in English present, allowance, award, bonus, giveaway, grant, legacy, reward, tip

Antonyms of gift

Antonyms in Malayalam എടുക്കൽ, വഞ്ചിക്കുക, പിഴ, നഷ്ടം
Antonyms in English taking, forfeit, penalty, loss

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