Such Meaning -తెలుగు అర్ధము


Such –  ఇటువంటి 

Pronunciation = Such

Such in Teluguఇటువంటి

Part of speech: Pronoun

Plural: Suches  (సాచెస్)

Definition in English: like/ similar/ analogous/ , it is defined as already mentioned ; twin. 

Definition in Telugu: ఇలాంటిది, ఇలాంటివి, అనురూప, ఇది ఇప్పటికే పేర్కొన్నట్లు నిర్వచించబడింది..  

Examples in English:

  • There’s no such thing a bad publicity.
  • We are adverse to such noisy surroundings.
  • We haven’t bargained on such a long wait.

Examples in Telugu:

  • చెడ్డ ప్రచారం వంటివి లేవు.
  • అటువంటి ధ్వని పరిసరాలకు మేము వినుఙ్ఖతా కలిగి ఉంటారు .

Synonyms for Such

Synonyms in Telugu   ఇలానే, చాలా, వంటి, సంబంధిత, జంట.  
Synonyms in English    that, alike, such like, so much, akin, parallel, equivalent.

Antonyms for Such

in Telugu   విభిన్న, ప్రస్తుతం, స్థిర, మనసు లేని.
in English    diverse, currently, unbalanced

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