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Hindi translation of 'allege'

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allege

/əˈledʒ अˈलेज्/
Word forms: alleges, alleging, alleged
transitive verb
If you allege that someone has done something wrong, you say it but do not prove it.
[formal]आरोप लगाना
The accused is alleged to have killed a man. It is alleged that he was threatened. ...protests at the alleged beatings.
allege a violation/breach/infringement allege fraud/misconduct/abuse a lawsuit/prosecutor alleges something
OPPOSITES
denyCareful languageAllege is used in a legal context to show that a crime has not yet been proved in court.
Police allege the vehicle contained several weapons.
You can also use allege and claim in academic writing to report that someone has said something that has not been proved, especially to show that you do not completely agree with the idea or opinion.
Critics alleged the company had misled employees. Campaigners claim that the animals are mistreated.
alleged /əˈledʒd अˈलेज्ड्/ adjective
An alleged fact has been stated but has not been proved to be true.
[formal]कथित
They have begun a hunger strike in protest at the alleged beating. a list of alleged war criminals
an alleged offence/incident/plot/violation an alleged victim/accomplice
SIMILAR WORDS
supposed, stated
allegedly adverbकथित रूप से
His van allegedly struck them as they were crossing a street.
SIMILAR WORDS
supposedly

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Example Sentences Including 'allege'

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The claim alleges that women make up only 20 per cent of senior executive band jobs.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
While some female staff lined up to support him, others have come forward alleging similar treatment by him.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
After the sentence, a senior court aide alleged the judge had come under intense political pressure to record a guilty verdict.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
He is also alleged to have thrown a rubbish bin that hit one of the accompanying vehicles.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
He was also alleged to have used an agent in Basra who touted for business after the Iraq war.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It is also alleged that he tried to cover his tracks by setting fire to their house.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It means they could escape having the money they are alleged to have claimed through false accounting clawed back.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
More than 160 people have come forward to allege abuse at the home.
The Sun (2008)
Police raided the property on February 10 last year and two other alleged victims came forward.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
She is pursuing a case through the French courts, alleging breach of copyright.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
She was also alleged to have set upon him over an email she had found in which he offered to take a female colleague for a drink.
The Sun (2016)
The Tory leader also alleged that advice from City experts to sell the bank as soon as possible had been ignored for political reasons.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)

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Used Occasionally. allege is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'allege' in Other Languages

British English: allege VERB
If you allege that something bad is true, you say it but do not prove it.
No one has alleged any intentional wrongdoing.
  • American English: allege
  • Brazilian Portuguese: alegar
  • Chinese: 指称 >但还未被证实
  • European Spanish: alegar
  • French: alléguer
  • German: behaupten
  • Italian: asserire
  • Japanese: > 断言する証明はできないが
  • Korean: > 혐의를 주장하다증거 없이
  • European Portuguese: alegar
  • Latin American Spanish: alegar

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Translation of allege from the Collins English to Hindi
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