English to Telugu Meaning :: amiss

Amiss :
తప్పుగా - తప్పుగాతప్పుగా
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Adjective(1) Wrong; defective
Adverb(1) In an improper or mistaken or unfortunate manner(2) In an imperfect or faulty way(3) Wrongly; defectively

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(1) Over the last couple days though I've been getting signals that something might be amiss .(2) The Fijian way of life is glorified as the kind of life where people look after you if anything goes amiss .(3) No alarm went off, and the officers patrolling the perimeter didn't notice anything amiss .(4) Offering a contract is wrong; to consider a replacement is amiss , too.(5) He phoned the Justice Department - the first alert to anything amiss .(6) What goes amiss in the smoker's crusade to defend themselves is the rights of the people who don't want to be subjected to smoke.(7) I first noticed something was amiss by the helicopter circling over the Arakawa at about 8pm on Thursday evening.(8) Saying he would fight for the truth, he even attended a cabinet meeting chaired by the vice president as if nothing was amiss .(9) Why would he have had to do so unless he detected something amiss ?(10) On the face of it, there does seem to be something amiss here.(11) But if something amiss happens in his own team's penalty area, that is usually the moment he was looking the other way.(12) If it finds anything amiss it will correct it within a few seconds.(13) Students are also being encouraged to seek help or speak out if they see something amiss on or around school grounds.(14) When it finished and I had a look at my recent files there was clearly something amiss , something I couldn't ignore.(15) I have spent thousands proving things are amiss in this county and I found myself at a cross-roads with nowhere to go.(16) I felt like myself yet there was something wrong, something amiss , something lacking from the scene.
Related Words
(1) take amiss ::
తప్పుగా పడుతుంది
1. wrong ::
2. awry ::
3. faulty ::
4. out of order ::
5. defective ::
7. unsatisfactory ::
8. incorrect ::
9. not right ::
సరైంది కాదు, తప్పు
10. inappropriate ::
11. improper ::
12. awry ::
1. aptly
2. properly
3. right ::
4. well ::
5. Perfectly
6. Good
7. Right
8. Well
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