Settled meaning in Hindi

Settled is a english word.

Settled Meaning in Hindi (हिंदी में मतलब)

  • settled = बसा हुआ

    • Usage: He is leading a settled family life.
  • settled = शान्त

    • Usage: You'll feel more settled when you've been here a few weeks.

Settled Meaning in Detail

  • settled (verb) = settle into a position, usually on a surface or ground

    Synonyms: settle, settle_down

    • Usage: dust settled on the roofs
  • settled (verb) = bring to an end; settle conclusively

    Synonyms: decide, settle, resolve, adjudicate

    • Usage: The case was decided
    • Usage: The judge decided the case in favor of the plaintiff
    • Usage: The father adjudicated when the sons were quarreling over their inheritance
  • settled (verb) = settle conclusively; come to terms

    Synonyms: settle, square_off, square_up, determine

    • Usage: We finally settled the argument
  • settled (verb) = take up residence and become established

    Synonyms: settle, locate

    • Usage: The immigrants settled in the Midwest
  • settled (verb) = come to terms

    Synonyms: reconcile, patch_up, make_up, conciliate, settle

    • Usage: After some discussion we finally made up
  • settled (verb) = go under, "The raft sank and its occupants drowned"

    Synonyms: sink, settle, go_down, go_under

  • settled (verb) = become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style

    Synonyms: settle, root, take_root, steady_down, settle_down

    • Usage: He finally settled down
  • settled (verb) = become resolved, fixed, established, or quiet

    Synonyms: settle

    • Usage: The roar settled to a thunder
    • Usage: The wind settled in the West
    • Usage: it is settling to rain
    • Usage: A cough settled in her chest
    • Usage: Her mood settled into lethargy
  • settled (verb) = establish or develop as a residence

    Synonyms: settle

    • Usage: He settled the farm 200 years ago
    • Usage: This land was settled by Germans
  • settled (verb) = come to rest

    Synonyms: settle

  • settled (verb) = arrange or fix in the desired order

    Synonyms: settle

    • Usage: She settled the teacart
  • settled (verb) = accept despite lack of complete satisfaction

    Synonyms: settle

    • Usage: We settled for a lower price
  • settled (verb) = end a legal dispute by arriving at a settlement

    Synonyms: settle

    • Usage: The two parties finally settled
  • settled (verb) = dispose of; make a financial settlement

    Synonyms: settle

  • settled (verb) = become clear by the sinking of particles

    Synonyms: settle

    • Usage: the liquid gradually settled
  • settled (verb) = cause to become clear by forming a sediment (of liquids)

    Synonyms: settle

  • settled (verb) = sink down or precipitate

    Synonyms: subside, settle

    • Usage: the mud subsides when the waters become calm
  • settled (verb) = fix firmly

    Synonyms: ensconce, settle

    • Usage: He ensconced himself in the chair
  • settled (verb) = get one's revenge for a wrong or an injury

    Synonyms: settle, get_back

    • Usage: I finally settled with my old enemy
  • settled (verb) = make final; put the last touches on; put into final form

    Synonyms: finalize, finalise, settle, nail_down

    • Usage: let's finalize the proposal
  • settled (verb) = form a community

    Synonyms: settle

    • Usage: The Swedes settled in Minnesota
  • settled (verb) = come as if by falling

    Synonyms: fall, descend, settle

    • Usage: Night fell
    • Usage: Silence fell
  • settled (adj) = established or decided beyond dispute or doubt

    Synonyms: settled

    • Usage: with details of the wedding settled she could now sleep at night
  • settled (adj) = established in a desired position or place; not moving about

    Synonyms: settled

    • Usage: nomads...absorbed among the settled people
    • Usage: settled areas
    • Usage: I don't feel entirely settled here
    • Usage: the advent of settled civilization
  • settled (adj) = inhabited by colonists

    Synonyms: colonized, colonised, settled

  • settled (adj) = not changeable

    Synonyms: settled

    • Usage: a period of settled weather
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