pad ലറ്റര്‍പാഡ്‌


pad = ലറ്റര്‍പാഡ്‌

Pronunciation =  pad

Pronunciation in Malayalam = പാഡ്

pad in Malayalam: ലറ്റര്‍പാഡ്‌

Part of speechNoun  

Definition in English: Noun : a number of sheets of paper fastened together along one edge
Noun : a thick piece of soft material, typically used to protect or shape something, or to absorb liquid 

Definition in Malayalam: ഒരു കൂട്ടം കടലാസ്സ് ശീട്ടുകൾ ഒന്നിച്ചു ഉറപ്പിച്ചു വയ്ക്കുക
മൃദുവായ എന്തെങ്കിലും സാധനത്തിന്റെ കട്ടിയുള്ള ഭാഗം.

Examples in English:

  • He handed them a pad and pencil.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • അവൻ അവരെ ഒരു പാഡും പെൻസിലും ഏൽപ്പിച്ചു.

Synonyms of pad

Synonyms in Malayalam നോട്ട്ബുക്ക്, നോട്ട്പാഡ്, ഡ്രസിങ്, കംപ്രസ്സ്
Synonyms in English notebook notepad dressing compress

Antonyms of pad

Antonyms in Malayalam NA
Antonyms in English NA

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