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08:28 May 22, 2002
English to Marathi translations [Non-PRO] Tech/Engineering
By one meaning in Marathi it is "Padvidhar", by second it is "Avivahit".
Explanation: In Marathi the word has got two meanings. One which is used for degrees is Padvidhar i.e. who ha got a "Padavi" or "Degree" in any Stream, for e.g. B.Com. That means he is Graduate of Commerce or in Marathi Vanijya Shakhecha Padvidhar.
By second meaning the person who is yet to get married is called Bachelor, i.e. "Avivahit" as "Unmarried".
As you have asked for Technical or Engg. the most correct meaning is Padavidhar or Graduate