Colonised meaning in Bengali: বসবাসকৃত (noun, pronunciation: bôsôbāskṛta)

Definition and Synonyms

Colonised is the past participle form of the verb “colonise,” which means to establish control over a country or territory and settle it with people from the colonizing country. It refers to the act of colonization or the state of being colonized.

Synonyms for colonised include occupied, settled, annexed, conquered, and subjugated. For more, occupied meaning in Bengali, settled meaning in Bengali, annexed meaning in Bengali, conquered meaning in Bengali, and subjugated meaning in Bengali.


Antonyms of colonised in Bengali include liberated (মুক্ত), independent (স্বাধীন), and sovereign (স্বরাষ্ট্র).


The word “colonised” originated from the Latin word “colonus,” meaning “settler” or “farmer.” It entered the English language in the 17th century.

Nearby Words

Other words related to colonised include colony (noun), colonist (noun), colonization (noun), colonizer (noun), and colonial (adjective).

Colonised in Literature Quotes

“The sun never sets on the British Empire.” – John Wilson Bengali meaning: “ব্রিটিশ সাম্রাজ্যে সূর্য কখনও অস্ত হয় না।”

“The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles.” – Karl Marx Bengali meaning: “সমস্ত পূর্ববর্তী সমাজের ইতিহাস হল শ্রেণীবিতর্কের ইতিহাস।”

Colonised Meaning in Different Languages

Bengali: বসবাসকৃত, Hindi: आवासीय, Nepali: बस्नु, Urdu: بسنا, Tamil: வாசிக்கும், Telugu: నివాసించిన, Arabic: استعمر, Chinese: 殖民, Japanese: 植民地化, Russian: колонизированный.

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