In Bengali, the word “cliques” can be translated into several meanings: গোষ্ঠী (noun, goshthi), গোষ্ঠীবদ্ধ (adjective, goshthiboddho), গোষ্ঠীবদ্ধতা (noun, goshthiboddhota), গোষ্ঠীবদ্ধতার (adjective, goshthiboddhotar).

Definition and Synonyms

A clique refers to a small, exclusive group of people who share similar interests, backgrounds, or social status. They often form within larger social groups and tend to be tight-knit and resistant to outsiders. Synonyms for cliques include circles, gangs, sets, crews, and factions. For more information on the meaning of these synonyms in Bengali, click on the respective links: circles meaning in Bengali, gangs meaning in Bengali, sets meaning in Bengali, crews meaning in Bengali, and factions meaning in Bengali.


Antonyms of cliques in Bengali include সামাজিক সংঘটিত না (not socially organized) and সামাজিক সংঘটিত না হওয়া (not being socially organized).

Origin and Nearby Words

The term “cliques” originated from the French word “clique,” which means a small group of people. Nearby words related to cliques include club, gang, crew, squad, and team, all of which are nouns.

Cliques in Literature Quotes

“Birds of a feather flock together.” – William Turner (এক ধরনের পাখিরা একসঙ্গে উড়ে যায়।)

“Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another, ‘What! You too? I thought I was the only one.'” – C.S. Lewis (বন্ধুত্ব তখন জন্মায় যখন এক ব্যক্তি অন্য ব্যক্তিকে বলে, ‘কি! তুমিও? আমি মনে করছিলাম আমি একমাত্র একজন।’)

Cliques Meaning in Different Languages

Bengali: গোষ্ঠী, Hindi: गुट, Nepali: गुट, Urdu: گروہ, Tamil: குழு, Telugu: గుంపు, Arabic: مجموعة, Chinese: 小圈子, Japanese: クリーク, Russian: группа. For more translations in different languages, visit,,,,,,,,, and

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