Meaning of chnchupravesha in english
Interpreting chnchupravesha - चंचुप्रवेश
As noun : second class rustic primitive general normal plebeian unpicked run of the mine run of the mill twopenny indifferent threepenny quotidian mine run slight characterless twopenny halfpenny broad unremarkable second rate unstartling routine plain simple unexceptional exoteric tuppeny familiar
As adjective : mundane mediocre modest featureless trivial homely common private unspectacular sixpenny two a penny nondescript ordinary elementary naff banal everyday popular
Suggested : being the first or earliest of the kind or in existence, especially in an early age of the world of, pertaining to, or living in the country, as distinguished from towns or cities rural the class of travel accommodations, as on a train, that are less costly and luxurious than first class but are more costly and luxurious than third class Compare cabin class having or showing a moderate or humble estimate of one's merits, importance, etc free from vanity, egotism, boastfulness, or great pretensions of only ordinary or moderate quality neither good nor bad barely adequateExampleचंचुप्रवेश का हिन्दी मे अर्थSynonyms of chnchupravesha
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Usage of चंचुप्रवेश: 1. Business Cards, Postcards bearing the name and address of the visitor often , to be left at the door of people that came to visit, when we do not find them at home, and which are also used for other mundane uses 2. Casablanca is a very mediocre film". 3. The Bradmans lived in the same modest 4. Commissioner first class, second class 5. These were originally considered some of the most primitive Bilateria 6. For all Smuts' exploits as a general and a negotiator 7. A trivial discourse 8. He prefers fellatio to normal sex. 9. Magistrate plebeian 10. They took the decision with common assent.
chnchupravesha can be used as noun, verb, adverb or adjective and have more than one meaning. No of characters: 10 including consonants matras. The word is used as Noun in hindi and falls under Masculine gender originated from Sanskrit language . Transliteration : ch.nchupravesha