cravat - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of cravat in Hindi

  • क्रेवत
  • टाई
  • गुलूबंद

cravat Definition


  • a short, wide strip of fabric worn by men around the neck and tucked inside an open-necked shirt.

cravat Example

  • Styles varied from the plain cravat to those edged with lace or fringe. ( स्टाइल प्लेन क्रैवेट से लेकर लेस या फ्रिंज के साथ अलग-अलग होते हैं। )
  • Everyone also wore some sort of neck cloth at all times, usually a cravat, which was wrapped around the neck and tied in front. ( हर कोई हर समय किसी न किसी तरह के गले का कपड़ा पहनता था, आमतौर पर एक क्रवट, जिसे गले में लपेटा जाता था और सामने बांधा जाता था। )
  • He wore a cravat and a dark, sober suit with wide lapels. ( उन्होंने क्रैवेट और चौड़े लैपल्स के साथ एक डार्क, सोबर सूट पहना था। )
  • I have never seen a man wearing cravat. ( मैंने कभी किसी आदमी को क्रावत पहने हुए नहीं देखा। )

More Sentence

  • Mr. Kenge adjusting his cravat, then looked at us.
  • You're never fully dressed without a cravat.
  • A light-haired young man, without a cravat, went from barricade to barricade, carrying pass-words.
  • Change that cravat for this of mine, that coat for this of mine.
  • Now is I buy cravat to give him everyday instead.
  • Filar towel, cravat, chatelaine, sock, underwear, cap, glasses, portfolio, these petty things have the drawer that belongs to his, leave out a lot of inconvenience that arrange and seek a thing.
  • They wore ordinary ties instead of the more formal high collar and cravat.
  • Even now he was wearing a cravat with his dressing gown.
  • He was elegantly attired in velvet smoking jacket, cravat and cape.
  • Some patients may prefer a stoma protector, which resembles a breathable cravat covering.
  • Great care was taken in the laundering and tying of his stiffly starched cravat.
  • In the heat of the battle with his cravat he had forgotten all about his tennis shoes.
  • The folds of his immaculate white cravat were in themselves letters of recommendation.
  • Golownin could hardly make himself believe that his muslin cravat was of this material.
  • He clasped his coat from the cravat to the waist, and compressed his embroidered belt.
  • He must be a man of genius; he is so unlike everybody; the very tie of his cravat proves it.
  • Putting his hand to his collar, he found his evening cravat awry and his waistcoat pulled out of shape.
  • He is dressed in yellow silk with a brown mantle, and his lace cravat is held by a circle of diamonds.
  • In the hall he passed a white cravat and a majestic leather satchel, evidently the old gentleman of the showcase.
  • His dark brown hair was carefully dressed, diamonds gleamed in the cravat of snowy lace at his throat.
  • His clothing was in disorder; his cravat floated outside his vest, gored and torn by one of the horns.
  • cravat pin.
  • Below, was the heavy jowl of the sensualist curving in a broad crease over his cravat.