Shaft MEANING IN HINDI

Meaning for word (Shaft) is not available. Meaning of near by word : PROVISION is shown below :


SHAFT MEANING - NEAR BY WORDS

Shaft    
PROVISION= शर्त (pr. {shart} )(Noun)
Usage:he accepted subject to one provision
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PROVISIONS= शर्त (pr. {shart} )(Noun)
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BET= शर्त (pr. {shart} )(Noun)
Usage:We made a bet of Rs 100.
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BOOK= शर्त (pr. {shart} )(Noun)
Usage:I am reading a good book on economics
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STIPULATION= शर्त (pr. {shart} )(Noun)
Usage:a stipulation of fact was made in order to avoid delay
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CONDITION= शर्त (pr. {shart} )(Noun)
Usage:He gave her money on the condition that she would return them in two days.
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QUALIFICATION= शर्त (pr. {shart} )(Noun)
Usage:She passed the project but not without any qualifications.
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PROVISO= शर्त (pr. {shart} )(Noun)
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LIMITATION= शर्त (pr. {shart} )(Noun)
Usage:Subject to this limitation you are free to move about.
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IF= शर्त (pr. {shart} )(Noun)
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TERMS= शर्त् (pr. {shart} )(Noun)
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RESERVATION= शर्तअ (pr. {sharta} )(Noun)
Usage:he recommended her without any reservations
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CONDITIONS= शर्तें (pr. {sharten} )(Noun)
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CAPITULATION= शर्तनामा (pr. {shartanama} )(Noun)
Usage:they were protected until the capitulation of the fort
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SHORTENING= शर्टनिंग (pr. {sharTaninag} )(Noun)
Usage:the dress needs shortening
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CAPITULATION= शर्त नामा (pr. {shart nama} )(Verb)
Usage:The capitulation by the government to hijackers demands was disappointing.
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BET= शर्त लगाना (pr. {shart lagana} )(Verb)
Usage:he did it on a bet
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CONDITIONAL= शर्त के साथ (pr. {shart ke sath} )(Adjective)
Usage:Payment of the money is conditional upon delivery of goods.
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TERM= शर्ते मान लेना (pr. {sharte man lena} )(Verb)
Usage:he learned many medical terms
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BETTER= शर्त लगाने वाला (pr. {shart lagane vala} )(Noun)
Usage:a change for the better
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CONDITIONALLY= शर्तों के आधार पर (pr. {sharton ke Adhar par} )(Adverb)
Usage:he accepted the offer conditionally
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Definition of Shaft


  • a line that forms the length of an arrow pointer
  • an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect; "his parting shot was `drop dead"; "she threw shafts of sarcasm"; "she takes a dig at me every chance she gets"
  • a long rod or pole (especially the handle of an implement or the body of a weapon like a spear or arrow)

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