snag തടസ്സം


snag = തടസ്സം

Pronunciation =  snag

Pronunciation in Malayalam = സ്നാഗ്

snag in Malayalam: തടസ്സം

Part of speechNoun Verb 

Definition in English: Noun : an unforeseen obstacle
Verb : catch or tear (something) on a sharp projection. 

Definition in Malayalam: നൌന്‍ -മുന്‍കൂട്ടി കാണാത്ത തടസ്സം. വെര്‍ബ്: (എന്തെങ്കിലും ഒരു മൂർച്ചയുള്ള മുനയില്‍) പിടിക്കുകയോ കീറുകയോ ചെയ്യുക 

Examples in English:

  • The snag is that she has nothing suitable to wear.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • അവൾക്ക് ധരിക്കാൻ യോജിച്ച വസ്ത്രംഒന്നുമില്ലെന്നതാണ് തടസ്സം

Synonyms of snag

Synonyms in Malayalam പ്രതിബന്ധം ബുദ്ധിമുട്ട് സങ്കീർണത പ്രശ്നം പ്രശ്നപരിഹാരം  തടസ്സപ്പെടുത്തുന്ന
Synonyms in English obstacle difficulty complication hitch problem issue barrier hurdle hindrance tear rip

Antonyms of snag

Antonyms in Malayalam ലാഭം, പ്രയോജനം നൽകുന്നത് ,ലാഭംകൊണ്ട് വരുന്നത്,പ്രയോജനപ്രദം
Antonyms in English advantage benefit blessing profit boon convenience

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