affectation - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of affectation in Hindi

  • दिखावा
  • स्वांग
  • कृत्रिमता

affectation Definition

  • behavior, speech, or writing that is artificial and designed to impress. ( व्यवहार, भाषण या लेखन जो कृत्रिम है और प्रभावित करने के लिए डिज़ाइन किया गया है। )

affectation Example

  • ‘This is perhaps the creator's message,’ continued my vegetarian friend with the pious affectation . ( ‘यह संभवतः रचनाकार का संदेश है, 'मेरे शाकाहारी मित्र ने पवित्र प्रभाव के साथ जारी रखा। )
  • This hint at rags is a fashion, or affectation , that I find offensive. ( लत्ता पर यह संकेत एक फैशन, या प्रभाव है, जो मुझे अप्रिय लगता है। )
  • Not every American politician could manage this, without affectation . ( प्रत्येक अमेरिकी राजनेता इसे प्रभावित किए बिना, प्रबंधित नहीं कर सकता था। )
  • But showing off is one thing, and vanity is another, and envy is a third, and affectation is something else. ( लेकिन दिखावा करना एक बात है, और घमंड एक और है, और ईर्ष्या एक तीसरी बात है, और प्रभाव कुछ और है। )

More Sentence

  • They had, for whatever did not form part of their group, no affectation of contempt; their genuine contempt was sufficient.
  • Surely even most conservatives cringe when they see this type of ridiculous affectation .
  • In a lesser artist and person, we might have suspected mere affectation , or an attempt at playing the reluctant genius.
  • Ri smiled and decided to drop her officious speech affectation .
  • she called the room her boudoir, which he thought an affectation
  • Call it affectation if you will, it's still particularly well done.
  • Perhaps this second variety is not style at all, but affectation .
  • an affectation of calm
  • With flamboyance and little affectation , she explained the functions and advantages of optical fibre communication.
  • He plays the guitar in an Irish band (it isn't a politician's affectation : they've been going for 20 years).
  • Names drop from her lips without a hint of affectation .
  • But these techniques are not stylish affectation .
  • Each of the performers is distinctive because of his or her unique appearance or affectation .
  • He doesn't use correct punctuation, and I think it may be more affectation than lack of education
  • Donald's love of sport was not some kind of affectation designed to bring him street credibility in constituency walkabouts.
  • Despite what many of your comrades believe, showering is not just a middle class affectation .
  • the affectation of a man who measures every word for effect
  • His work was lucid, direct, perceptive and totally without affectation .
  • First names are not used, a classic public school affectation .
  • But in the end, their gluttony, loneliness, and affectations - their rabid humanity is what interests me.
  • They charm rather than irritate, because all their eccentricities and affectations are clearly so deeply felt.
  • On a record composed of cinematic affectations , how much of the feeling is real?
  • The actor's affectations are little creepy at some points, but overall, I love the job he did.
  • Ironic postures, become her target every bit as much as sentimental affectations of feeling.