Tired Meaning – తెలుగు అర్ధము


Tired – అలసిన

Pronunciation = Tired

Tired in Telugu: అలసిన

Part of speech: Adjective

Plural: Tired (అలసిన)

Definition in English: fatigued, worn-out, or weary/stale; hackneyed.

Definition in Telugu: అలసటతో, అరిగిన, లేదా అలసిన / పాతది; హాక్నీడ్.

Examples in English:

  • I know you must be tired, so I will let you rest.
  • “I really am tired,” she said, standing.
  • She was so tired that she has fallen asleep on the sofa in my room.

Examples in Telugu:

  • నేను నిన్ను అలసిపోయినట్లు నాకు తెలుసు, కాబట్టి నేను మీకు విశ్రాంతి ఇస్తాను.
  • నేను నిజంగా అలసిపోయాను, “ఆమె నిలబడి అన్నారు.

Synonyms for Tired

Synonyms in Telugu  అరిగిన, అలసిపోయిన, అలసటతో
Synonyms in English  worn out, exhausted, fatigued

Antonyms for Tired

in Telugu  శక్తివంతమైన, తాజా, వైడ్ మేల్కొలుపు
in English  energetic, fresh, wide awake

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