Meaning of (बेतरह) betaraha in english
As noun : huge enormously monumentally mountain heaps more heavily excess fit to burst a great many only too no end of frightfully a good many so piping ever more thick great manys the so much quite a lot of so many no end not half thick on the ground savage all the bitter well ill grossly resoundingly irredeemably lamentably roaring exceptionally stunningly strikingly outstandingly strangely uncommonly
As adverb : too hugely vastly obscenely agonizingly mightily prohibitively deeply extravagantly devilishly highly dearly immoderately immensely badly widely hellishly dreadfully heartily disgustingly dearly plentifully sadly horribly abominably deplorably soundly undeservedly unjustifiably indecently inaptly improperly wrongfully spectacularly unusually prodigiously abnormally uniquely
Suggested : extraordinarily large in bulk, quantity, or extent in addition also furthermore moreover resembling a monument massive or imposing greatly exceeding the common size, extent, etc huge immense extraordinarily large in bulk, quantity, or extentExampleबेतरह का हिन्दी मे अर्थ
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Usage of बेतरह:1. पूरी दूनिया में अपनी ताकत की शेखी बघारने वाला पड़ोसी पाकिस्तान इस वक्त हिंदुस्तान से बेतरह डरा हुआ हैibnlive.com
1. The number of different analog circuits so far devised is huge 2. Raphael was enormously productive and 3. So too have foreign sects and other religions. 4. Politically and socially the declaration was hugely unpopular. 5. Even though Everest is the highest mountain on Earth today 6. Leonardo conceived ideas vastly ahead of his own time 7. Beyond this basic outline, there is still considerable uncertainty. 8. 1776. Jefferson drew heavily on George Mason's Virginia Declaration of Rights 9. Agriculture Ridding a land of excess moisture through drains 10. Since the Second World War, most aeroplanes have been monoplanes.
(बेतरह) betaraha can be used as noun, verb, adverb or adjective and have more than one meaning. No of characters: 5 including consonants matras. The word is used as Verb and/or Adjective in hindi composed of more than one word . Transliteration : betaraha