REGARD MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

REGARD= नमस्कार (pr. {namaskar} )(Noun)
Usage:give him my kind regards
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-15
REGARD= समझना (pr. {samajhana} )(Verb)
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-9

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REGARD= शुभकामनाएं (pr. {shubhakamanaen} )(Noun)
Usage:Convey my regards to your parents.
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-3
REGARD= सम्बन्ध में (pr. {sambandh men} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:I have little information as regards his past.
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-2
REGARD= मानना (pr. {manana} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:I regard his behaviour unmanly.
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-1
REGARD= आदर (pr. {Adar} )(Noun)
Usage:I have enough regard for my neighbours.
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-1
REGARD= घूरना (pr. {ghurana} )(Verb)
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-5
REGARD= आदर करना (pr. {Adar karana} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:He is very highly regarded as the best teacher in the school.
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-1
REGARD= देखना (pr. {dekhana} )(Verb)
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-2
REGARD= महत्व प्रदान करना (pr. {mahatv pradan karana} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:He hardly regards my advice.
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-1
REGARD= सम्मान (pr. {samman} )(Noun)
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-2
REGARD= ध्यान (pr. {dhyan} )(Noun)
+2
0
REGARD= सोचना (pr. {sochana} )(Verb)
+1
0
REGARD= संबंध (pr. {sanabanadh} )(Noun)
+1
0
REGARD= सम्बन्ध मामला (pr. {sambandh mamala} )(Noun)
Usage:I have nothing to say in this regard.
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-2
REGARD= परवाह (pr. {paravah} )(Noun)
0
-2

OTHER RELATED WORDS

REGARDING= के बारे में (pr. {ke bare men} )(Preposition)
Usage:He said so much regarding your request.
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-9
REGARD AS= समझना (pr. {samajhana} )(Verb)
0
-1
REGARDLESS= ध्यान दिए बिना (pr. {dhyan die bina} )(Verb)
Usage:he carried on regardless of the difficulties
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-2
REGARDLESS= बेपरवाह (pr. {beparavah} )(Adverb)
Usage:I must make the decision regardless of any thing.
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-2
REGARDS AND WORSHIP= आराध्य (pr. {Aradhy} )(Adjective)
उदाहरण:लम्बोदर मेरे आराध्य देवता हे
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Definition of Regard


  • (usually preceded by `in) a detail or point; "it differs in that respect"
  • paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people); "his attentiveness to her wishes"; "he spends without heed to the consequences"
  • (usually plural) a polite expression of desire for someones welfare; "give him my kind regards"; "my best wishes"

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