Better meaning in Hindi

Better is a english word.

Better Meaning in Hindi (हिंदी में मतलब)

  • better = बेहतर

    • Usage: I wish you a better luck next time!
  • better = बेहतर तरीके से

    • Usage: The better I know him,the more I admire him.
  • better = और योग्य व्यक्ति

    • Usage: I expected better of him.
  • better = बेहतर बनाना

    • Usage: Sergei Bubka's record cannot be bettered.

Better Meaning in Detail

  • better (noun) = something superior in quality or condition or effect

    Synonyms: better

    • Usage: a change for the better
  • better (noun) = someone who bets

    Synonyms: bettor, better, wagerer, punter

  • better (noun) = a superior person having claim to precedence

    Synonyms: better

    • Usage: the common man has been kept in his place by his betters
  • better (noun) = the superior one of two alternatives

    Synonyms: better

    • Usage: chose the better of the two
  • better (verb) = surpass in excellence

    Synonyms: better, break

    • Usage: She bettered her own record
    • Usage: break a record
  • better (verb) = to make better

    Synonyms: better, improve, amend, ameliorate, meliorate

    • Usage: The editor improved the manuscript with his changes
  • better (verb) = get better

    Synonyms: better, improve, ameliorate, meliorate

    • Usage: The weather improved toward evening
  • better (adj) = (comparative of `good') superior to another (of the same class or set or kind) in excellence or quality or desirability or suitability; more highly skilled than another

    Synonyms: better

    • Usage: You're a better man than I am, Gunga Din
    • Usage: a better coat
    • Usage: a better type of car
    • Usage: a suit with a better fit
    • Usage: a better chance of success
    • Usage: produced a better mousetrap
    • Usage: she's better in math than in history
  • better (adj) = (comparative of `good') changed for the better in health or fitness

    Synonyms: better

    • Usage: her health is better now
    • Usage: I feel better
  • better (adj) = (comparative and superlative of `well') wiser or more advantageous and hence advisable

    Synonyms: better, best

    • Usage: it would be better to speak to him
    • Usage: the White House thought it best not to respond
  • better (adj) = more than half

    Synonyms: better

    • Usage: argued for the better part of an hour
  • better (adj) = having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified

    Synonyms: good

    • Usage: good news from the hospital
    • Usage: a good report card
    • Usage: when she was good she was very very good
    • Usage: a good knife is one good for cutting
    • Usage: this stump will make a good picnic table
    • Usage: a good check
    • Usage: a good joke
    • Usage: a good exterior paint
    • Usage: a good secretary
    • Usage: a good dress for the office
  • better (adj) = having the normally expected amount

    Synonyms: full, good

    • Usage: gives full measure
    • Usage: gives good measure
    • Usage: a good mile from here
  • better (adj) = morally admirable

    Synonyms: good

  • better (adj) = deserving of esteem and respect

    Synonyms: estimable, good, honorable, respectable

    • Usage: all respectable companies give guarantees
    • Usage: ruined the family's good name
  • better (adj) = promoting or enhancing well-being

    Synonyms: beneficial, good

    • Usage: an arms limitation agreement beneficial to all countries
    • Usage: the beneficial effects of a temperate climate
    • Usage: the experience was good for her
  • better (adj) = agreeable or pleasing

    Synonyms: good

    • Usage: we all had a good time
    • Usage: good manners
  • better (adj) = of moral excellence

    Synonyms: good, just, upright

    • Usage: a genuinely good person
    • Usage: a just cause
    • Usage: an upright and respectable man
  • better (adj) = having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude

    Synonyms: adept, expert, good, practiced, proficient, skillful, skilful

    • Usage: adept in handicrafts
    • Usage: an adept juggler
    • Usage: an expert job
    • Usage: a good mechanic
    • Usage: a practiced marksman
    • Usage: a proficient engineer
    • Usage: a lesser-known but no less skillful composer
    • Usage: the effect was achieved by skillful retouching
  • better (adj) = thorough

    Synonyms: good

    • Usage: had a good workout
    • Usage: gave the house a good cleaning
  • better (adj) = with or in a close or intimate relationship

    Synonyms: dear, good, near

    • Usage: a good friend
    • Usage: my sisters and brothers are near and dear
  • better (adj) = financially sound

    Synonyms: dependable, good, safe, secure

    • Usage: a good investment
    • Usage: a secure investment
  • better (adj) = most suitable or right for a particular purpose

    Synonyms: good, right, ripe

    • Usage: a good time to plant tomatoes
    • Usage: the right time to act
    • Usage: the time is ripe for great sociological changes
  • better (adj) = resulting favorably

    Synonyms: good, well

    • Usage: it's a good thing that I wasn't there
    • Usage: it is good that you stayed
    • Usage: it is well that no one saw you
    • Usage: all's well that ends well
  • better (adj) = exerting force or influence

    Synonyms: effective, good, in_effect, in_force

    • Usage: the law is effective immediately
    • Usage: a warranty good for two years
    • Usage: the law is already in effect (or in force)
  • better (adj) = capable of pleasing

    Synonyms: good

    • Usage: good looks
  • better (adj) = appealing to the mind

    Synonyms: good, serious

    • Usage: good music
    • Usage: a serious book
  • better (adj) = in excellent physical condition

    Synonyms: good, sound

    • Usage: good teeth
    • Usage: I still have one good leg
    • Usage: a sound mind in a sound body
  • better (adj) = tending to promote physical well-being; beneficial to health

    Synonyms: good, salutary

    • Usage: beneficial effects of a balanced diet
    • Usage: a good night's sleep
    • Usage: the salutary influence of pure air
  • better (adj) = not forged

    Synonyms: good, honest

    • Usage: a good dollar bill
  • better (adj) = not left to spoil

    Synonyms: good, undecomposed, unspoiled, unspoilt

    • Usage: the meat is still good
  • better (adj) = generally admired

    Synonyms: good

    • Usage: good taste
  • better (adj) = in good health especially after having suffered illness or injury; at least I feel well"

    Synonyms: well

    • Usage: appears to be entirely well
    • Usage: the wound is nearly well
    • Usage: a well man
    • Usage: I think I'm well
  • better (adj) = resulting favorably

    Synonyms: good, well

    • Usage: it's a good thing that I wasn't there
    • Usage: it is good that you stayed
    • Usage: it is well that no one saw you
    • Usage: all's well that ends well
  • better (adj) = wise or advantageous and hence advisable

    Synonyms: well

    • Usage: it would be well to start early
  • better (adv) = comparative of `well'; in a better or more excellent manner or more advantageously or attractively or to a greater degree etc.

    Synonyms: better

    • Usage: She had never sung better
    • Usage: a deed better left undone
    • Usage: better suited to the job
  • better (adv) = from a position of superiority or authority

    Synonyms: better, best

    • Usage: father knows best
    • Usage: I know better.
  • better (adv) = (often used as a combining form) in a good or proper or satisfactory manner or to a high standard (`good' is a nonstandard dialectal variant for `well')

    Synonyms: well, good

    • Usage: the children behaved well
    • Usage: a task well done
    • Usage: the party went well
    • Usage: he slept well
    • Usage: a well-argued thesis
    • Usage: a well-seasoned dish
    • Usage: a well-planned party
    • Usage: the baby can walk pretty good
  • better (adv) = thoroughly or completely; fully; often used as a combining form

    Synonyms: well

    • Usage: The problem is well understood
    • Usage: she was well informed
    • Usage: shake well before using
    • Usage: in order to avoid food poisoning be sure the meat is well cooked
    • Usage: well-done beef", "well-satisfied customers
    • Usage: well-educated
  • better (adv) = indicating high probability; in all likelihood

    Synonyms: well, easily

    • Usage: I might well do it
    • Usage: a mistake that could easily have ended in disaster
    • Usage: you may well need your umbrella
    • Usage: he could equally well be trying to deceive us
  • better (adv) = (used for emphasis or as an intensifier) entirely or fully

    Synonyms: well

    • Usage: a book well worth reading
    • Usage: was well aware of the difficulties ahead
    • Usage: suspected only too well what might be going on
  • better (adv) = to a suitable or appropriate extent or degree

    Synonyms: well

    • Usage: the project was well underway
    • Usage: the fetus has well developed organs
    • Usage: his father was well pleased with his grades
  • better (adv) = favorably; with approval

    Synonyms: well

    • Usage: their neighbors spoke well of them
    • Usage: he thought well of the book
  • better (adv) = to a great extent or degree

    Synonyms: well, considerably, substantially

    • Usage: I'm afraid the film was well over budget
    • Usage: painting the room white made it seem considerably (or substantially) larger
    • Usage: the house has fallen considerably in value
    • Usage: the price went up substantially
  • better (adv) = with great or especially intimate knowledge

    Synonyms: well, intimately

    • Usage: we knew them well
  • better (adv) = with prudence or propriety

    Synonyms: well

    • Usage: You would do well to say nothing more
    • Usage: could not well refuse
  • better (adv) = with skill or in a pleasing manner

    Synonyms: well

    • Usage: she dances well
    • Usage: he writes well
  • better (adv) = in a manner affording benefit or advantage

    Synonyms: well, advantageously

    • Usage: she married well
    • Usage: The children were settled advantageously in Seattle
  • better (adv) = in financial comfort

    Synonyms: well, comfortably

    • Usage: They live well
    • Usage: she has been able to live comfortably since her husband died
  • better (adv) = without unusual distress or resentment; with good humor

    Synonyms: well

    • Usage: took the joke well
    • Usage: took the tragic news well
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