intangible അവ്യക്തമായ


intangible = അവ്യക്തമായ

Pronunciation =  intangible

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ഇൻടാൻജിബിൾ

intangible in Malayalam: അവ്യക്തമായ

Part of speechadjective

Definition in English: unable to be touched; not having physical presence
an intangible thing 

Definition in Malayalam: തൊടുവാൻ സാധിക്കാത്ത, ശാരീരിക സാന്നിധ്യം ഇല്ലാത്ത
അവ്യക്തമായ ഒരു കാര്യം

Examples in English:

  • The stars made things seem intangible

Examples in Malayalam:

  • നക്ഷത്രങ്ങൾ കാര്യങ്ങൾ അവ്യക്തമായി തോന്നിക്കുന്നതായി തോന്നി

Synonyms of intangible

Synonyms in Malayalam അവ്യക്തമായ, അസ്‌പഷ്‌ടമായ, ശാരീരികമല്ലാത്ത, തൊട്ടറിയാൻ കഴിയാത്ത
Synonyms in English impalpable, untouchable, non-physical, bodiless

Antonyms of intangible

Antonyms in Malayalam പ്രകടമായ, വസ്തുതാപരമായ, യഥാർത്ഥ, കൃത്യമായ, വ്യക്തമായ
Antonyms in English tangible, factual, real, definite, obvious

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