ADOPT MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

Adopt    
ADOPT= गोद लेना (pr. {god lena} )(Verb)
Usage:she adopted a child .
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ADOPT= चुनना (pr. {chunana} )(Verb)
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ADOPT= स्वीकार करना (pr. {svikar karana} )(Verb)
Usage:He was recently adopted as a government candidate.
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ADOPT= अंगीकार करना (pr. {anagikar karana} )(Verb)
Usage:She followed the feminist movement
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ADOPT= मानना (pr. {manana} )(Verb)
Usage:He adopted our rules.
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ADOPT= अपनाना (pr. {apanana} )(Verb)
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ADOPT= ग्रहण करना (pr. {grahaN karana} )(Verb)
Usage:We must adopt only good values from other cultures.
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OTHER RELATED WORDS

ADOPTED= अंगीकृत (pr. {anagikaRat} )(Verb)
Usage:my adopted state
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ADOPTEE= जिसे गोद लिया गया हो (pr. {jise god liya gaya ho} )(adjective)
Usage:sam is an adoptee child.
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ADOPTER= गोद लेने वाला (pr. {god lene vala} )(noun)
Usage:we are searching for an adopter for this child.
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ADOPTION= गोद लेना (pr. {god lena} )(Verb)
Usage:Many orphanages offer children for adoption.
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ADOPTION= स्वीकरण (pr. {svikaraN} )(Noun)
Usage:its adoption by society
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ADOPTIVE= दत्तक (pr. {dattak} )(Adjective)
Usage:He is not their own, but adoptive child.
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ADOPTION= स्वीकार करना[होना] (pr. {svikar karana[hona]} )(Noun)
Usage:Her adoption in the party was a measure achievment for her.
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ADOPTIVE= अंगीकृत (pr. {anagikaRat} )(Adjective)
Usage:adoptive parents
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ADOPTION= अंगीगार (pr. {anagigar} )(Noun)
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ADOPTION= अंगीकार करना (pr. {anagikar karana} )(verb)
Usage:rani lakshmibai adopted damodar .
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ADOPTABLE= गोद लेने योग्य (pr. {god lene yogy} )(adjective)
Usage:now a days there is no lack of adoptable children.
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Definition of Adopt


  • choose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans; "She followed the feminist movement"; "The candidate espouses Republican ideals"
  • take up and practice as ones own
  • take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities; "When will the new President assume office?"

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