shade meaning in kannada

Pronunciation of shade

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shade Definitions and meaning in English

noun:
  1. relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body
  2. a quality of a given color that differs slightly from a primary color
  3. protective covering that protects something from direct sunlight
  4. a subtle difference in meaning or opinion or attitude
  5. a position of relative inferiority
  6. a slight amount or degree of difference
  7. a mental representation of some haunting experience
  8. a representation of the effect of shade in a picture ordrawing (as by shading or darker pigment)
  9. dimness
  10. blind
  11. shield
  12. color
  13. hue
  14. slight difference
  15. ghost
verb:
  1. cast a shadow over
  2. represent the effect of shade or shadow on
  3. protect from light, heat, or view
  4. shut out the light

shade Sentences in English

  1. थोड़ा-सा  =  degree
    There is not a shade of diffrence between them

  2. ठोड़ा  =  quantity
    He was feeling a shade disappointed. / her skirt was a shade too short.

  3. छाँव
    It is much cooler in the shade.

  4. छाया
    In the shade of tree / it is much cooler in the shade.

  5. हल्का रंग  =  color
    Lighter shade

  6. अँधेरा  =  darkness
    Shades of night are falling

  7. छाया  =  place
    He is living in the shade

  8. परदा  =  thing
    A new shade for the window

  9. भेद
    Without understanding the finer shades you can't enjoy the humour.

  10. धूप का चश्मा
    She was wearing a cool pair of shades.

  11. छाया
    He thought he saw a shade following him.

  12. गहराई ल्ना  =  picture
    The shaded in background adds depth in the drawing

  13. बच्ना  =  prevent
    He shade the eyes from the bright light




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