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What is the meaning of bush in Hindi?

Meaning of bush in Hindi is : मरुस्थल

Definition of word bush

  • A woody plant distinguished from a tree by its multiple stems and lower height, being usually less than six metres tall; a horticultural rather than strictly botanical category. (noun)
    एक लकड़ी का पौधा अपने कई तनों और निचली ऊंचाई से एक पेड़ से अलग होता है, जो आमतौर पर छह मीटर से कम लंबा होता है; कड़ाई से वनस्पति श्रेणी के बजाय एक बागवानी।
  • Not skilled; not professional; not major league. (adjective)
    कुशल नहीं; पेशेवर नहीं; प्रमुख लीग नहीं।
  • To furnish with a bush or lining. (verb)
    एक झाड़ी या अस्तर के साथ प्रस्तुत करने के लिए।
  • Towards the direction of the outback. (adverb)
    आउटबैक की दिशा की ओर।

Examples of word bush

  • PRACTICE IN FRONT OF A BUSH wait until the moon is out, then go outside, eat a multi-grained bread and play your guitar to a bush. if the bush doesn't shake, eat another piece of bread.
  • If she had responded that she was intimately familiar with all BUSH policies and terminology, you would have just claimed MORE OF THE SAME, like she was reading from the bush play book.
  • The Bush Library by Ed Martin on Saturday, Feb 17, 2007 at 7: 37: 50 PM like with everything bush ... by elena dumas on Saturday, Feb 17, 2007 at 8: 00: 56 PM
  • Bush Drops Town Hall Meeting with Germans you would think that since bush likes freedom so much he would welcome average germans to ask what questions they want. oh, and also, no journalists allowed.
  • When we had watched for some moments their happy gambols, Mr.C. turned around and broke a twig from a bush that stood behind us; "_there is a bush_," said he, "_which has committed many a murder_."
  • BOGLE ABOUT THE BUSH, beat about the bush, a children's game.
  • FUNNY BUSH COMEDY HAHAHA president bush usa funny hilarious idiot stupid quotes impersonation comedy abc fat comedian parody satire satirical bill clinton monica lewinsky sex scandal suit india cricket team soccer skills tricks actuary actuarial politics speech parliament john howard kevin rudd election inflation rate