fellow - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of fellow in Hindi


  • साथी
  • व्यक्ति
  • मित्र
  • सहचर
  • पुस्र्ष
  • संगी
  • अध्येता
  • सदस्य
  • रत्न-सदस्य

fellow Definition


  • a man or boy.
  • a person in the same position, involved in the same activity, or otherwise associated with another.
  • a member of a learned society.


  • sharing a particular activity, quality, or condition with someone or something.

fellow Example

  • they urged the troops not to fire on their fellow citizens ( उन्होंने सैनिकों से आग्रह किया कि वे अपने साथी नागरिकों पर गोली न चलाएं )
  • We even scared off the fellow who sold Byrne his first motor home. (   हमने उस साथी को भी डरा दिया जिसने बायरन को अपना पहला मोटर घर बेच दिया था। )
  • Do you know all these fellows?  ( क्या आप इन सभी साथियों को जानते हैं? )
  • he was an extremely obliging fellow ( वह एक अत्यंत आभारी साथी था )
  • Norman is married to Bridget, a fellow classicist, and has two sons George and Harry. ( नॉर्मन की शादी ब्रिजेट, एक साथी क्लासिकिस्ट से हुई है, और उनके दो बेटे जॉर्ज और हैरी हैं। )
  • That fellow can't tell right from wrong. ( वह साथी सही गलत नहीं बता सकता। )

More Sentence

  • has she got a fellow?
  • The dog can smell the fellow out.
  • Look at that young fellow.
  • She's found herself a new fellow.
  • Her fellow teachers greeted her proposal with scorn .
  • He is a reasonable fellow.
  • Your son's a bright little fellow.
  • On the latter, WIRED spoke to the same Stephen Snow, postdoctoral research fellow from University of Queensland, whom Gosleep cites in its own literature.
  • He has the appearance of a rustic fellow.
  • The camaraderie among fellow employees made the tedious work just bearable.
  • He was a meek, mild-mannered fellow.
  • A stupid fellow is difficult to teach.
  • Her fellow teachers greeted her proposal with scorn .
  • He was a fellow of the Royal Society of London, and a member of the American Philosophical Society; and was elected president of the latter society in 1791.
  • The same quality of industry remained to the Moriscos, and excited the envy of their Christian fellow countrymen.
  • He has the appearance of a rustic fellow.
  • In June 1618 he became a scholar of Trinity College, Oxford, and was made a fellow of his college in June 1628.
  • He was a meek, mild-mannered fellow.
  • He incited his fellow citizens to take their revenge.
  • he was elected a fellow of the Geological Society