RIP MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

Rip    
RIP= चीर (pr. {chir} )(Noun)
Usage:there was a rip in his pants
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RIP= चीरा (pr. {chira} )(Noun)
Usage:There is a big rip in my new sari.
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RIP= फाड़ना (pr. {phaDDana} )(Verb)
Usage:He has ripped his jeans.
Her puppy had its ear ripped open by a stray dog.

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RIP= फटना (pr. {phaTana} )(Verb)
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OTHER RELATED WORDS

RIPE= पका हुआ (pr. {paka huA} )(Adjective)
Usage:All the mangoes are ripe enough to eat.
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RIPE= परिपक्व (pr. {paripakv} )(Adjective)
Usage:ripe peaches
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RIPE= पका (pr. {paka} )(Adjective)
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RIPE= पुराना (pr. {purana} )(Adjective)
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RIPEN= पकाना (pr. {pakana} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:Keep this raw papaya inside for ripening.
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RIPPLE= लहराना (pr. {laharana} )(Verb)
Usage:Flowers are rippling in the breeze.
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RIP UP= फाड़ना (pr. {phaDana} )(Verb)
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RIPPLE= तरंग (pr. {taranag} )(Noun)
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RIPPEN= पकाना (pr. {pakana} )(Verb)
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RIPPLE= छोटी तरंग (pr. {chhoTi taranag} )(Noun)
Usage:He threw a stone into the lake and watched the ripples spread.
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RIPPLE= ऊर्मिका (pr. {Urmika} )(Noun)
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RIPPING= विदारक (pr. {vidarak} )(Verb)
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RIPPLED= लहरदार (pr. {laharadar} )(Verb)
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RIP OFF= ठगाना (pr. {Thagana} )(Verb)
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RIP OUT= साफ करना (pr. {saph karana} )(Verb)
Usage:ripped out a vicious oath
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RIP OFF= डकैती (pr. {Dakaiti} )(Verb)
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RIP OFF= उतार्ना (pr. {utarna} )(Verb)
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RIP OFF= चुराना (pr. {churana} )(Verb)
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RIP OFF= हटाना (pr. {haTana} )(Verb)
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RIPE AGE= पकी उम्र (pr. {paki umr} )(noun)
उदाहरण:पकी उम्र के लोगों को काफी तज़ुरबां होता है !
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RIPPLING= ऊर्मिका (pr. {Urmika} )(Noun)
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RIPENESS= प्रौढ़ता (pr. {prauRhata} )(Noun)
Usage:Ripeness in the age brings maturity in ones life.
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Definition of Rip


  • a dissolute man in fashionable society
  • an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart; "there was a rip in his pants"; "she had snags in her stockings"
  • a stretch of turbulent water in a river or the sea caused by one current flowing into or across another current

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