Lack Meaning – తెలుగు అర్ధము


Lack – లేకపోవడం

Pronunciation = Lack

Lack in Telugu: లేకపోవడం

Part of speech: Adjective

Plural: Lacks (లేదు)

Definition in English: The state of being without or not having enough of something.

Definition in Teluguఏదైనా లేకపోయినా లేదా తగినంతగా కలిగి ఉండని స్థితి.

Examples in English:

  • I lack confidence.
  • Tom lacks empathy.
  • He lacks experience.

Examples in Telugu:

  • నాకు విశ్వాసం లేదు.
  • టామ్ తదనుభూతి లేదు.
  • అతను అనుభవం లేదు.

Synonyms for Lack

Synonyms in Telugu లేకపోవడం, నష్టం, మాయాజాలాన్ని.
Synonyms in English absence, loss, stint.

Antonyms for Lack

in Telugu అదనపు, విజయం, పెంచు.
in English excess, success, increase.

About English Telugu Dictionary

Multibhashi’s Telugu-English Dictionary will help you find the meaning of different words from Telugu to English like meaning of Lack-లేకపోవడం and from English to Telugu like meaning of Fabulous, meaning of Wonderful, etc. 
Use this free dictionary to get the definition of friend in Telugu and also the definition of friend in English. Also see the translation in Telugu or translation in English, synonyms, antonyms, related words, image and pronunciation for helping spoken English improvement or spoken Telugu improvement.

About English Language

English is one of the most widely spoken languages across the globe and a common language of choice for people from different backgrounds trying to communicate with each other.  This is the reason why English is the second language learned by most of the people.

About Telugu Language

Telugu  is a Dravidian language native to India. It stands alongside Hindi, English and Bengali as one of the few languages with official status in more than one Indian state; Telugu is the primary language in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and in the town of Yanam, Puducherry, and is also spoken by significant minorities in Karnataka (8.81%), Tamil Nadu (8.63%), Maharashtra (1.4%), Chhattisgarh (1%), Odisha (1.9%), the Andaman and Nicobar Islands (12.9%), and by the Smn. It is one of six languages designated a classical language of India by the Government of India.

You can use our free learning app which helps you to come across a lot of new phrases and other basic Grammar lessons to improve your language basics.

See related    lean        learned        least        leave