English to Telugu Meaning :: outshine

Outshine :
హవా
- హవాoutshinesoutshining
 

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Verb(1) shine brighter than(2) attract more attention and praise than others

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(1) The stars shined as brightly as they could, as if trying to outshine the other lights that hung in the night sky.(2) But it's time to put our hands up and admit the French do outshine us in one particular area of popular music: hip hop.(3) Supernovae can outshine an entire galaxy and are often easily seen in neighbouring galaxies with simple amateur telescopes.(4) a supernova would outshine all the other stars in its galaxy(5) From some angles, a supernova may outshine a galaxy.(6) Data from the U.S. Department of Education and from several recent university studies show that far from being shy and demoralized, today's girls outshine boys.(7) How must it feel to know that not just one, but two of the bands you drummed for, so brightly outshine your own?(8) They are more than a billion times brighter than the Sun and can outshine an entire galaxy for several weeks.(9) Indeed, it is not just television personalities that often outshine real people.(10) The greatest delight and the highest reward of the teacher came when his pupil outshone him.(11) Scott Hamilton grabbed a hat-trick of tries, but even he was outshone by his colleague on the right flank.(12) It was just crazy that he would have these feelings for her, when she was outshone in the two most desirable traits by the two girls who normally sat beside her.(13) One girl stepped up and told me it's not about outshining another person.(14) The Palm OS outshines its rivals through its ability to combine application variety with compatibility.(15) The production complements him, yet never outshines him.(16) He also played on the school's football team, but generally Flanagan outshone him in everything.
Synonyms
Verb
1. surpass ::
మించి
2. overshadow ::
కప్పివేయ్యాలని
3. eclipse ::
మరుగు
4. outclass ::
outclass
5. put in the shade ::
నీడలో ఉంచాలి
6. upstage ::
upstage
7. exceed ::
అధిగమించకూడదు
8. transcend ::
మించిపోయిందని
9. top ::
టాప్
10. cap ::
క్యాప్
11. beat ::
ఓడించింది
12. better ::
మంచి
13. be a cut above ::
ఒక పైన కట్
15. run rings around ::
చుట్టూ అమలు వలయాలు
Different Forms
outshine, outshines, outshining
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