Hindi translation of 'adopt'
adopt /əˈdɒpt अˈडॉप्ट्/
Word forms: adopts, adopting, adopted
2. transitive verb
1. transitive verb
If you adopt someone else's child, you take it into your own family and make it legally your own.
दत्तक स्वीकार करना
...an adopted child.
adoptionWord forms: adoptions variable noun
गोद लेने की प्रक्रिया nf
They gave their babies up for adoption.
2. transitive verb
If you adopt a new attitude or plan, you begin to have it.
The ambassador tried to persuade each side to adopt a new international peace plan.
adopt something as something
adopt something as a policy/standard
adopt a stance/approach/attitude/strategy/tactic/policy
SIMILAR WORDSembrace, endorse, support, accept
adoption uncountable noun
...the adoption of Japanese management practices.
the adoption of something
the adoption of a practice
the adoption of technology
SIMILAR WORDSacceptance, endorsement
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Example Sentences Including 'adopt'
Chris had received the news on the plane, and had had time to adopt Ginny's stance.The Ambassador's Women
No, Walsh reflected with irony, nor to adopt a policy of deliberate inertia, calculated to push them into a riot.Riot
Her back ached from lying in the unnatural position she had been forced to adopt.The Image of Laura
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'adopt' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَتَبَنَّى يُقر
- Brazilian Portuguese: adotar
- Chinese: 收养
- Croatian: posvojiti
- Czech: adoptovat
- Danish: adoptere
- Dutch: adopteren
- European Spanish: adoptar
- Finnish: adoptoida
- French: adopter
- German: adoptieren
- Greek: υιοθετώ
- Italian: adottare
- Japanese: 養子にする
- Korean: 입양하다
- Norwegian: adoptere
- Polish: zaadoptować adoptować
- Portuguese: adotar
- Romanian: a adopta
- Russian: усыновлять
- Spanish: adoptar
- Swedish: adoptera
- Thai: รับเอามา
- Turkish: evlat edinmek
- Ukrainian: усиновлювати усиновити
- Vietnamese: nhận làm con nuôi
Translation of adopt from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary