Fair meaning in hindi | Fair ka matlab 

Fair meaning in hindi

How to pronounce Fair 
As noun : अकुटिल अकैतव अच्छा बनाना अच्छा अजिह्म अनवद्यांग अनवह्वर अनागतातर्तवा अनुकूल अनुप्रवण अनुरुप अनुसाम अनुहरत अपोच अबक्र अमेघ अविलष्ट असेचन, असेचनक आगामि, आगामी आनुकूलिक आनुलोमिक आभिरामिक उजिअरि उद्धर एक्जिबिशन कपिशित खुब खूबसूरत गवरी गाौरवर्ण गुलफा़म गुलरू गोरंगी गोरड़ी गोरा गोरि गोरिया गोरी गौरवर्ण गौरांगी जलवा ठिकठाक तक्मीम दहिन दैवी गति धर्माश्रित नडह नतशिर नम्र निक निपाख निरपख निरपच्छो निष्पक्ष निष्पक्ष् नुमाइश नोनो न्याय से न्यायपूर्ण न्याययुक्त पदर्शनी पध्धर परीजमाल पर्याप्‍त प्रश्रयो प्रसव्य प्रसादस्थ प्रह्ल प्रह्लाण फरशा फाइन फिरंगी फेयर बंधुरित बाभ्रुक बिनत भवसिवत्त भाउन भावई भावित्व भाविन्या भूरा भोँदु महासत्य मायोभव मुंसिफाना मुग्ध मुताविक मुबारक युक्तिपूर्ण रँगीला रँभोरु, रंभोरू रसात्मक रुपवती रुपी रूपवान लगड लटह लड़ह लतीफ वंदारु वफ्क वाक्यस्थ विचत्र विनमित शालीनीकरण शुचि शुतरी श्रीमत् श्लाघित श्वेतांग संतोषजनक संप्रश्रित सकलदार समक्न सरीहनीय सलिंग साजगार साधुमत् सानुभाव साफ़ सामन्य सिधोसामान सीधा करना सीधा सुक्रय सुम्नी सूधा सेँमुष सौँझा सौँधी स्तुषेय्य स्रवद्रंग होतब्यता होनहार होवनिहार होवनिहारी
Usage of Fair: 1: And is that free and fair trade? She asked with more than a hint of sarcasm in her voice. 2: world fair 3: She has a fair complexion. 4: There is a fair chance of our team winning the match. 5: I dont find that city fair at all. 6: This book fair is the showcase for the budding writers. 7: She is a fair girl. 8: Let's go to the state fair . 9: Are you feeling okay? Bill: Oh, fair to middling . 10: Eat your heart out! I won it fair and square .
Fair ki paribhasha : ek chidiya jo taalon ke kinaare rahati hai bina kisi prakaar ke dosha, kalnk ya apavaad aadi ke bilakul thik aur poora vah naayak jo ek hi vivaahit stri men anurakt ho anaaj jo braahman ya purohit aadi ko bhojanaarth diya jaata hai praarthana ya aadesh ke uttar men prashn ke nahin svikratisoochak shabd vah baat jisaka hona daivi vidhaan men nishchit ho sone aur chaaandi ka mishran ek raagini jise kuchh log shri raag ki stri maanate hain devadarshana, utsava, khela, tamaashi aadi ke liye bahut se logon ka jamaavad

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Fair synonyms
civil sincere unbiased lawful proper principled generous decent objective honorable good reasonable straightforward candid legitimate equitable equal honest trustworthy clean courteous square just open frank upright moderate nonpartisan aboveboard benevolent blameless disinterested dispassionate even-handed on the level pious praiseworthy respectable righteous scrupulous temperate virtuous uncorrupted on up-and-up uncolored neutral pale pearly faded argent blond blanched white sallow blonde chalky colorless creamy milky pallid snowy fair-haired bleached fair-skinned flaxen-haired pale-faced silvery tow-haired tow-headed whitish adequate medium okay average middling commonplace intermediate ordinary mean all right indifferent passable so-so tolerable usual fairish not bad pretty good up to standard attractive dainty lovely charming enchanting bonny chaste comely delicate exquisite good-looking handsome pure beauteous pulchritudinous clear favorable calm dry fine clarion balmy clement mild placid pleasant sunny tranquil rainless unclouded smiling sunshiny undarkened unthreatening exhibit pageant show festival gala bazaar display market celebration observance fete exhibition spectacle occasion centennial
Fair antonyms
impolite unkind dishonest untrustworthy biased subjective illegal illegitimate unlawful unsuitable intolerable unfair unreliable deceitful unjust lying disproportionate repulsive cloudy stormy rude tricky prejudiced misbehaving mean partial unvirtuous unreasonable devious unequitable decided dark ugly inclement rainy colorful black darkened brunette colored insufficient inadequate abnormal extraordinary unusual infrequent unfit extreme exceptional rare uncommon noble repellent concealment hiding 
Usage of Fair in sentences

The word is used as adjective noun in english grammar. The word can be used as, noun or adjective in hindi and have more than one meaning. . 
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