TIRE MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

TIRE= उकता देना (pr. {ukata dena} )(Verb)
Usage:automobile tires are usually made of rubber and filled with compressed air
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TIRE= थक जाना (pr. {thak jana} )(Verb)
Usage:Dont exert too much, you will tire yourself.
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TIRE= ऊबाना (pr. {Ubana} )(Verb)
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TIRE= टायर (pr. {Tayar} )(Noun)
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TIRE= थकाना (pr. {thakana} )(Verb)
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TIRE= ऊब जाना (pr. {Ub jana} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:We are tired of eating the same food.
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TIRE= ऊब (pr. {Ub} )(Noun)
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OTHER RELATED WORDS

TIRED= थका (pr. {thaka} )(Verb)
Usage:tired mothers with crying babies
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TIRED= बुरी तरह थका हुआ (pr. {buri tarah thaka huA} )(Adjective)
Usage:I am dead tired after the days work.
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TIRED= उबाऊ (pr. {ubaU} )(Verb)
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TIREDLY= तके हुए अंदाज़ में (pr. {take hue anadaja men} )(Adverb)
Usage:he walked around tiredly
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TIRE OF= ऊबना (pr. {Ubana} )(Verb)
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TIRENESS= थकान (pr. {thakan} )(Noun)
उदाहरण:थकान
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TIRELESS= अथाह (pr. {athah} )(Adjective)
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TIRESOME= थकानेवाला (pr. {thakanevala} )(Adjective)
Usage:Though it is a tiresome work he carries out in an explicit way.
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TIRELESS= अथक (pr. {athak} )(Adjective)
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TIRESOME= उबाऊ (pr. {ubaU} )(Adjective)
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TIRESOME= कष्ट करना (pr. {kaShT karana} )(Adjective)
Usage:The class was discontinued as the students were being tiresome.
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TIRESOME= कष्टकर (pr. {kaShTakar} )(Adjective)
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TIREDNESS= थकान (pr. {thakan} )(Noun)
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TIREDNESS= थकावट (pr. {thakavaT} )(Noun)
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TIRE/TYRE= टायर (pr. {Tayar} )(Noun)
Usage:We put a new tier for our car.
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TIRE LESS= आसानी से नहीं थकने वाला (pr. {Asani se nahin thakane vala} )(Adjective)
Usage:He is a tire-less person and he can work long hours.
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TIRE OF DOING= ऊबना (pr. {Ubana} )(Verb)
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Definition of Tire


  • hoop that covers a wheel; "automobile tires are usually made of rubber and filled with compressed air"
  • get tired of something or somebody
  • exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress; "We wore ourselves out on this hike"

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