In Bengali, the word “cloak” can be translated into several meanings, including “আচ্ছাদন” (achchhadan), “আচ্ছাদ” (achchhad), and “পরদা” (porada). (noun, pronunciation: /kləʊk/)

Definition of Cloak

A cloak is a loose outer garment that is worn over other clothing to protect oneself from the weather or to conceal one’s identity. It typically has a hood and is made of a heavy fabric. Cloaks have been used throughout history by various cultures for practical and symbolic purposes.

Synonyms of Cloak

Antonyms of Cloak

  • Reveal: Meaning in Bengali – প্রকাশ করা
  • Expose: Meaning in Bengali – প্রকাশ করা

Origin of Cloak

The word “cloak” originated from the Old North French word “cloque,” which means a bell-shaped cloak. It entered the English language in the 13th century.

Nearby Words

  • Cloakroom: (noun) – আচ্ছাদনকারী কক্ষ
  • Cloaked: (adjective) – আচ্ছাদিত
  • Cloak-and-dagger: (adjective) – গোপনে কাজ করা

Cloak in Literature Quotes

  • “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players; they have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages.” – William Shakespeare (সমস্ত পৃথিবী একটি মঞ্চ, এবং সমস্ত পুরুষ ও মহিলা কেবলমাত্র অভিনয়কারী; তাদের প্রস্থান এবং প্রবেশ আছে, এবং এক মানুষ তার সময়ে অনেক ভূমিকা পালন করে, তার কাজগুলি সাতটি যুগ হয়।)
  • “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” – Peter Drucker (ভবিষ্যত ভবিষ্যত পূর্বাভাস করার সেরা উপায় হলো তা সৃষ্টি করা।)

Cloak Meaning in Different Languages

  • Bengali: আচ্ছাদন
  • Hindi: पर्दा
  • Nepali: पर्दा
  • Urdu: پردہ
  • Tamil: மண்டலம்
  • Telugu: మండలం
  • Arabic: عباءة
  • Chinese: 斗篷
  • Japanese: マント
  • Russian: плащ

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