gross മൊത്തമായ


gross = മൊത്തമായ

Pronunciation =  gross

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ഗ്രോസ്

gross in Malayalam: മൊത്തമായ

Part of speechadjective 

Definition in English: (especially of wrongdoing) very obvious and unacceptable; very rude or coarse; vulgar 

Definition in Malayalam: അത്യന്തം പ്രകടമായ, വളരെ വ്യക്തവും അസ്വീകാര്യവും; പരുക്കനായ
അധികമായ വൃത്തികെട്ട മൊത്തമായ.

Examples in English:

  • The gross human rights were abused.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • മൊത്തം മനുഷ്യാവകാശങ്ങൾ ദുരുപയോഗം ചെയ്തു

Synonyms of gross

Synonyms in Malayalam സ്‌പഷ്‌ടമായ
Synonyms in English flagrant, blatant, glaring, obvious, overt vulgar, coarse, crude, obscene, rude

Antonyms of gross

Antonyms in Malayalam ചെറിയ
Antonyms in English minor, net, insignificant, little pure, refined, fine

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