Aadhin MEANING IN HINDI

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AADHIN MEANING - NEAR BY WORDS

SUBORDINATE= अधीन (pr. {adhin} )(Noun)
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SUBJECT= अधीन (pr. {adhin} )(Noun)
Usage:he didnt want to discuss that subject
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INFERIOR= अधीन (pr. {adhin} )(Noun)
Usage:Ravi is Rams inferior.
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DOCILE= अधीन (pr. {adhin} )(Adjective)
Usage:The docile masses of an enslaved nation
A gentle old horse, docile and obedient

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LOWLY= अधीन (pr. {adhin} )(Adjective)
Usage:He works as a lowly shop assistant.
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DEPENDENCY= अधीनता (pr. {adhinata} )(Noun)
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ACT= अधिनियम (pr. {adhiniyam} )(Verb)
Usage:Parliament has passed an act which makes such sports illegal.
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REGULATION= अधिनियम (pr. {adhiniyam} )(Noun)
Usage:fiscal regulations are in the hands of politicians
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STATUTE= अधिनियम (pr. {adhiniyam} )(Noun)
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SUBSERVIENT= अधीनस्थ (pr. {adhinasth} )(Adjective)
Usage:Everything else is subservient to the studies.
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SUBJUGATE= अधीन करना (pr. {adhin karana} )(Verb)
Usage:He has subjugated his party member.
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YIELD= अधीन होना (pr. {adhin hona} )(IntransitiveVerb)
Usage:He yielded to his bosss pressure.
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REST= अधिन होना (pr. {adhin hona} )(Verb)
Usage:The king was laid to rest beside her late Queen.
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SWOOP= अधीन होना (pr. {adhin hona} )(Verb)
Usage:the violinist was indulgent with his swoops and slides
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AWARD= अधिनिर्णय (pr. {adhinirNay} )(Noun)
Usage:he criticized the awarding of compensation by the court
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DICTATORIAL= अधिनायकीय (pr. {adhinayakiy} )(Adjective)
Usage:dictatorial powers
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SATELLITE= अधीन राज्य (pr. {adhin rajy} )(Noun)
Usage:A satellite state.
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ANCILLARY= अधिनस्थ/सहायक (pr. {adhinasth/sahayak} )(Adjective)
Usage:He runs a small ancillary unit at the outskirts of the city.
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UNDERLING= अधीनस्थ कर्मचारी (pr. {adhinasth karmachari} )(Noun)
Usage:He is ashamed of being an underling in the office.
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SUBMIT= अधिनता स्वीकर करना (pr. {adhinata svikar karana} )(Verb)
Usage:The lawyers submitted the material to the court
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