grandeur ഗാംഭീര്യം


grandeur = ഗാംഭീര്യം

Pronunciation =  grandeur

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ഗ്രാൻഡൂർ

grandeur in Malayalam: ഗാംഭീര്യം

Part of speechnoun 

Definition in English: splendour and impressiveness, especially of appearance or style 

Definition in Malayalam: പ്രശസ്തിയും മതിപ്പുമുള്ള, പ്രത്യേകിച്ച് രൂപം അല്ലെങ്കിൽ ശൈലി

Examples in English:

  • The majestic grandeur of the Roman architecture was breathtaking.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • റോമൻ വാസ്തുവിദ്യയുടെ മഹത്തായ ശ്രേഷ്ഠത വിസ്മയകരമായിരുന്നു.

Synonyms of grandeur

Synonyms in Malayalam പ്രശസ്തി, ഗാംഭീര്യം, ആകർഷണം, മഹത്വം
Synonyms in English splendour, magnificence, impressiveness, glory

Antonyms of grandeur

Antonyms in Malayalam ചെലവുചുരുക്കൽ, നിസ്സഹായത, അസംതൃപ്തി, ലാളിത്യം, വികാരം
Antonyms in English austerity, dullness, insignificance, simplicity, ugliness

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