As a demonstrative pronoun (pl. Those), that usually points out, or refers to, a person or thing previously mentioned, or supposed to be understood. That, as a demonstrative, may precede the noun to which it refers; as, that which he has said is true; those in the basket are good apples.
- Used to refer to the one designated, implied, mentioned, or understood: What kind of soup is that?
- Used to refer to the one, thing, or type specified as follows: The relics found were those of an earlier time.
- Used to refer to the event, action, or time just mentioned: After that, he became a recluse.
- Used to indicate the farther or less immediate one: That is for sale; this is not.
- Used to emphasize the idea of a previously expressed word or phrase: He was fed up, and that to a great degree.
- The one, kind, or thing; something: She followed the calling of that which she loved.
- Used to indicate an unspecified number of people: those who refused to join.
- Used as a relative pronoun to introduce a clause, especially a restrictive clause: the car that has the flat tire.
- In, on, by, or with which: each summer that the concerts are performed.
- According to what; insofar as: He never knew her, that I know of.
- Being the one singled out, implied, or understood: that place; those mountains.
- Being the one further removed or less obvious: That route is shorter than this one.
- To such an extent or degree: Is your problem that complicated?
- To a high degree; very: didn't take what he said that seriously.
- Used to introduce a noun clause that is usually the subject or object of a verb or a predicate nominative: "That contemporary American English is exuberantly vigorous is undeniable” ( William Arrowsmith).
- Used to introduce a subordinate clause stating a result, wish, purpose, reason, or cause: She hoped that he would arrive on time. He was saddened that she felt so little for him.
- Used to introduce an anticipated subordinate clause following the expletive it occurring as subject of the verb: It is true that dental work is expensive.
- Used to introduce a subordinate clause modifying an adverb or adverbial expression: will go anywhere that they are welcome.
- Used to introduce a subordinate clause that is joined to an adjective or noun as a complement: was sure that she was right; the belief that rates will rise soon.
- Used to introduce an elliptical exclamation of desire: Oh, that I were rich!
- at that In addition; besides: lived in one room, and a small room at that.
- at that Regardless of what has been said or implied: a long shot, but she just might win at that.
- that is To explain more clearly; in other words: on the first floor, that is, the floor at street level.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
തല് - Thal ;കാര്യം) That was an interesting example. - Kaaryam) That Was An Interesting Example. | Karyam) That Was An Interesting Example. ;എന്നിങ്ങനെ - Enningane ;കാമ്യം - Kaamyam | Kamyam ;ഏറെ Ooh - Ere Ooh ;എന്ന് - Ennu ;