bitter - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of bitter in Hindi

  • कड़वा


  • कड़वा
  • द्वेषपूर्ण
  • पीड़ाकर
  • पीड़ादायक
  • तेज़
  • चरपरा
  • तीखा

bitter Definition


  • having a sharp, pungent taste or smell; not sweet. ( तेज, तीखा स्वाद या गंध वाला; मीठा नहीं है। )
  • (of people or their feelings or behavior) angry, hurt, or resentful because of one's bad experiences or a sense of unjust treatment. ( (लोगों या उनकी भावनाओं या व्यवहार के) किसी के बुरे अनुभवों या अनुचित व्यवहार की वजह से क्रोधित, आहत, या नाराज होते हैं। )
  • (often used for emphasis) painful or unpleasant to accept or contemplate. ( (अक्सर जोर देने के लिए) दर्दनाक या अप्रिय को स्वीकार या चिंतन करने के लिए। )
  • (of wind, cold, or weather) intensely cold. ( (हवा, ठंड या मौसम की) तीव्रता से ठंड। )


  • beer that is strongly flavored with hops and has a bitter taste. ( बीयर जो कि हॉप्स के साथ बहुत ही स्वादिष्ट होती है और इसमें कड़वा स्वाद होता है। )
  • liquor that is flavored with the sharp pungent taste of plant extracts and is used as an additive in cocktails or as a medicinal substance to promote appetite or digestion. ( शराब जो पौधे के अर्क के तीखे तीखे स्वाद के साथ चखी जाती है और इसका उपयोग भूख या पाचन को बढ़ावा देने के लिए कॉकटेल में या एक औषधीय पदार्थ के रूप में किया जाता है। )

bitter Example

  • The predicted bitter disputes - legal, constitutional and inter-party - have not materialised. ( कानूनी, संवैधानिक और अंतर-पक्षीय विवादित विवादों का कोई मतलब नहीं है। )
  • For decades, bitter arguments about devolution have bubbled away under the surface of a party fiercely proud of its unionist credentials. ( दशकों से, विचलन के बारे में कड़वी दलीलों ने एक पार्टी की सतह के नीचे अपनी संघवादी साख पर गर्व किया है। )
  • When the train rattled into the next station, an inspector ran into the carriage and tried to settle the bitter argument. ( जब ट्रेन अगले स्टेशन में घुस गई, तो एक इंस्पेक्टर गाड़ी में भाग गया और कड़वे तर्क को निपटाने की कोशिश की। )
  • The range of sweetness is from a bitter chocolate which is 80 % cocoa, to normal chocolate which is 50 % cocoa. ( मिठास की सीमा एक कड़वी चॉकलेट से होती है जो कि 80% कोको से सामान्य चॉकलेट तक होती है जो कि 50% कोको होती है। )
  • But when he went to Nottingham University to study law, he developed a taste for lager because the ‘local bitter was so bad’. ( लेकिन जब वह कानून का अध्ययन करने के लिए नॉटिंघम विश्वविद्यालय गए, तो उन्होंने लेगर के लिए एक स्वाद विकसित किया क्योंकि 'स्थानीय कड़वा बहुत बुरा था'। )
  • It was a bitter blow at the psychological moment as it sent Waterford in at the break trailing 2-7 to 0-6. ( मनोवैज्ञानिक क्षण में यह एक कड़वा झटका था क्योंकि इसने वाटरफोर्ड को 2-7 से 0-6 से पीछे कर दिया था। )
  • It's best to eat less of the astringent, bitter , and pungent tastes in winter, although all six tastes should be included in your diet. ( सर्दियों में कसैले, कड़वे और तीखे स्वाद का कम सेवन करना सबसे अच्छा है, हालाँकि सभी छह स्वादों को अपने आहार में शामिल करना चाहिए। )
  • Korean food relies on the harmony of five flavours: hot, bitter , sweet, salty and sour. ( कोरियाई भोजन पांच स्वादों के सामंजस्य पर निर्भर करता है: गर्म, कड़वा, मीठा, नमकीन और खट्टा। )
  • Her bitter sense of humour and prudishness masks her loneliness, anger and sense of displacement. ( उसका हास्य और विवेक की कड़वी भावना उसके अकेलेपन, क्रोध और विस्थापन की भावना का सामना करती है। )

More Sentence

  • Soft and plentiful aromas of blackberry with side scents of spice delivers ripe blackberry fruit with silky supple tannins and hint of bitter chocolate on the finish.
  • I do like a few chunks of very dark, bitter chocolate, however, especially when paired with a suitable wine.
  • Now to lose a second successive decider was a bitter blow.
  • Extreme storms began in June and hit Peru's high country with bitter cold, high winds, heavy snow and torrential rain at lower altitudes.
  • A bitter gust of wind swept over the two figures sitting on the shadowed sandstone steps in front of the town hall.
  • These prices would have been quite expensive in the 1920s, when a pint of bitter could be bought for five old pennies, or two pence in modern money.
  • Gone are the bitter taste and pungent odor of many of the herbs.
  • A starkly savoury wine, this Vacqueyras has a cool, sweet bouquet and a wash with dark bitter chocolate tones, raspberry and spice.
  • The cold bitter wind howled around them, biting through their blankets and clothes, chilling them to the bone.
  • I walked over to the cupboard, pulling down a mug, then filled it with the sweet bitter taste of homemade coffee.
  • Battles are fought over it, bitter arguments erupt, jealousies flare.
  • The news will have come as a bitter blow to council chiefs who were hoping to improve upon their ‘weak’ assessment after the first preliminary report emerged this summer.
  • I longed for mum to get this box of chocolates, but not because I had a palate advanced enough to enjoy bitter , dark langue-du-chat chocolates.
  • Mix in a third person and there are going to be hurt feelings and bitter resentment over not getting the pork fried rice.
  • The move marks a bitter blow for the shopping centre's owners who will see the call centre and the former Garons banqueting suite unoccupied as well as the old C & A store.
  • The issue was the subject of bitter disputes within legal circles in Britain and internationally.
  • It was a bitter blow to the League's current pacemakers who had been hoping to stamp their name on the soccer scene this season.
  • The day is cold, the wind is bitter and the air is dry.
  • But I suggest you leave room for pudding and try their famous Trumland tart, made of local Grimbister cheese and bitter chocolate.
  • Tom, of course, does not take payment in coin of the realm but in pints of Ram's Blood bitter .
  • In the course of that bitter conflict, Lincoln had been reviled and attacked without mercy.