sitting ഇരിക്കല്‍


sitting = ഇരിക്കല്‍

Pronunciation =  sitting

Pronunciation in Malayalam = സിറ്റിങ്

sitting in Malayalam: ഇരിക്കല്‍

Part of speechnoun

Definition in English: the act of assuming or maintaining a seated position.
to rest or lie (usually followed by on or upon ). 

Definition in Malayalam: ഒരു ഇരിപ്പിടം കെട്ടിപ്പടുക്കുക അല്ലെങ്കിൽ നിലനിർത്തുക;വിശ്രമിക്കുകയോ കിടക്കുകയോ ചെയ്യുക (സാധാരണയായി പിന്തുടരുകയോ അതിനുശേഷം)

Examples in English:

  • I saw her sitting inside the car.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • അവൾ കാറിൽ ഇരിക്കുന്നത് ഞാൻ കണ്ടു.

Synonyms of sitting

Synonyms in Malayalam ഇരുത്തല്‍,ഇരിപ്പ്
Synonyms in English unmoving,sedentary, seated.

Antonyms of sitting

Antonyms in Malayalam നിൽക്കുന്നു,ചലിക്കുന്നു.
Antonyms in English standing, moving.

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