pale വിളറിയ


pale = വിളറിയ

Pronunciation =  pale

Pronunciation in Malayalam = പേയ്ൽ

pale in Malayalam: വിളറിയ

Part of speechadjective

Definition in English: light in colour or shade; containing little colour or pigment
become pale in one’s face from shock or fear
a wooden strip forming part of a fence 

Definition in Malayalam: നിറം അല്ലെങ്കിൽ ഒരു നിറഭേദം;അല്പം വർണ്ണമോ പിഗ്മെന്റോ അടങ്ങിയിരിക്കുന്നു ഞെട്ടലോ ഭയംകൊണ്ടോ മുഖം നിറം മാറുക
വേലിയുണ്ടാകുനുള്ള ഒരു തടി കഷ്ണം

Examples in English:

  • Riya’s face had become pale after watching the horror scene.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • പ്രേത രംഗം കണ്ട റിയയുട മുഖം വിളറിവെളുത്തു.

Synonyms of pale

Synonyms in Malayalam വർണ്ണരഹിതമായ, മങ്ങിയതും, മുഷിഞ്ഞതും, ഭയവുമാണ്
Synonyms in English colourless, faded, dull, scared

Antonyms of pale

Antonyms in Malayalam തിളക്കമുള്ളതും ഊർജ്ജസ്വലവുമായ
Antonyms in English bright, vibrant, vivid

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