ASS MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

Ass    
ASS= नितंब (pr. {nitanab} )(Noun)
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ASS= गधा (pr. {gadha} )(Noun)
Usage:Washermen use an ass to carry their laundry.
He is as stupid as an ass.

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ASS= गुदा (pr. {guda} )(Noun)
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ASS= गर्दभ (pr. {gardabh} )(Noun)
उदाहरण:मेरा दोस्त विजय पढाई मे गर्दभ है !
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ASS= खच्चर (pr. {khachchar} )(Noun)
उदाहरण:खच्चर पहाडी इलाकों में सामान ढोने में बहुत सहायक हैं|
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ASS= का भारएना (pr. {ka bharena} )(Verb)
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OTHER RELATED WORDS

ASST= सहायक (pr. {sahayak} )(Noun)
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ASSET= सम्पत्ति (pr. {sampatti} )(Noun)
Usage:The companys assets were shown in the balance sheet.
The income tax department attached his assets.

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ASSET= खूबी। (pr. {khubi|} )(Noun)
Usage:His patience is one of his assets.
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ASSAM= असम (pr. {asam} )(Noun)
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ASSET= गुण (pr. {guN} )(Noun)
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ASSAY= परख (pr. {parakh} )(Noun)
Usage:they made an assay of the contents
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ASSAY= परख करना{धातुओं की} (pr. {parakh karana{dhatuon ki}} )(Verb)
Usage:The blacksmith assayed the iron ore.
The police assayed the case without much success.

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ASSAY= परख{धातुओं की} (pr. {parakh{dhatuon ki}} )(Noun)
Usage:The blacksmith made an assay of iron ore.
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ASSOC= सहायक (pr. {sahayak} )(Noun)
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ASSOC= संबंध (pr. {sanabanadh} )(Noun)
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ASSOC= संघ (pr. {sanagh} )(Noun)
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ASSOC= संबद्ध (pr. {sanabaddh} )(Noun)
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ASSETS= सम्पति (pr. {sampati} )(Verb)
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ASSUME= मानना (pr. {manana} )(Verb)
Usage:I assume his train was late
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ASSERT= जोर देना (pr. {jor dena} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:Everyone has to assert for the law to be passed.
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ASSIST= मदद करना (pr. {madad karana} )(Verb)
Usage:They assist each other in their works.
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ASSESS= आँका जाना (pr. {ANaka jana} )(Verb)
Usage:Our house hasnt been assessed in years
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ASSURE= भरोसा दिलाया (pr. {bharosa dilaya} )(Verb)
Usage:I tell you that man is a crook!
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ASSERT= अधिकार जताना (pr. {adhikar jatana} )(Verb)
Usage:Women should assert themselves more!
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ASSENT= मंजूरी (pr. {manajuri} )(Noun)
Usage:I cannot give an assent to your request .
They sought assent from the Principal for holding a concert in the college.

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ASSIGN= बाँटना (pr. {baNaTana} )(Verb)
Usage:The teacher has assigned each of us a part in the drama .
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ASSESS= आँकना (pr. {ANakana} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:I cannot assess the present situation.
Assessing the loss due to the shattering earthquake was difficult.

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ASSURE= निश्चित होना (pr. {nishchit hona} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:Sachins good batting has assured that India wins the match.
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ASSUME= रूप धारण करना (pr. {rup dharaN karana} )(IntransitiveVerb)
Usage:She assumed a happy look on her face
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ASSURE= आश्वासन देना (pr. {Ashvasan dena} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:I assure you that the work will be done.
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ASSIGN= निर्धारित करना (pr. {nirdharit karana} )(Verb)
Usage:We were assigned new uniforms
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ASSUME= कार्यभार संभालना। (pr. {karyabhar sanabhalana|} )(IntransitiveVerb)
Usage:The elected Prime Minister will assume office from tomorrow.
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ASSENT= राजी होना (pr. {raji hona} )(Verb)
Usage:he gave his assent eagerly
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ASSUME= कल्पना करना/मान लेना (pr. {kalpana karana/man lena} )(IntransitiveVerb)
Usage:Never assume things.
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ASSIGN= नियुक्त करना (pr. {niyukt karana} )(Verb)
Usage:Ashok was assigned as monitor of the class .
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ASSORT= छाँटना (pr. {chhaNaTana} )(Verb)
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ASSERT= दिखाना (pr. {dikhana} )(Verb)
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ASSIGN= सौपना (pr. {saupana} )(Verb)
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ASSENT= सहमति (pr. {sahamati} )(Noun)
Usage:They took the decision with common assent.
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ASSERT= बलपूर्वक कहना (pr. {balapurvak kahana} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:She asserted that she would not yield to any pressure.
The lawyer asserted her innocence.

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ASSENT= स्वीकृति देना[करना] (pr. {svikaRati dena[karana]} )(Verb)
Usage:The manager refused to assent to his requests.
The proposal on reservation for women was assented by the committee.
He assented for taking up the job.

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Definition of Ass


  • the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on; "he deserves a good kick in the butt"; "are you going to sit on your fanny and do nothing?"
  • a pompous fool
  • hardy and sure-footed animal smaller and with longer ears than the horse

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