Weird தமிழ் அர்த்தம்

                                                                                Weird =வித்தியாசமான
                                                                                Pronunciation = Weird
Weird in Tamil: வியர்ட்
Part of speech: noun
Plural: Weird ( வியர்ட்)
Definition in English:  very strange and unusual, unexpected, or not natural
Definition in Tamil: அற்புதமான விசித்திரமான அல்லது வழக்கத்திற்கு மாறான

Examples in English:

  • That’s weird 
  • I heard some weird noises coming from outside.

Examples in Tamil:

  • ராமானின் விசித்திரமான நடத்தை காரணமாக, வீட்டில் உள்ள அனைவரும் கவலைப்படுகிறார்கள்.

Synonyms of Weird

Synonyms in Tamil
ஒற்றை, அற்புதமான, தனிப்பட்ட, தனிப்பட்ட, அற்புதமான, மோசமான, வினோதமான, அற்புதமான
Synonyms in English strange , odd , abnormal

Antonyms of Weird

Antonyms in Tamil
 எளிமையான, உண்மையான, உள்ளுணர்வு, எளிய, இயற்கை

Antoncyms in English normal , common , ordinary

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