Hindi translation of assert
assertPowered by COBUILD /əˈsɜːt अˈसअट्/
Word forms: asserts, asserting, asserted
Definitions and Translations
1. transitive verb
If you assert a fact or belief, you state it firmly. [formal]
बल देकर कहना
⇒ The company asserts that it will not be held responsible. ⇒ He asserted his innocence.
⇒ confidently/bluntly/boldly/repeatedly assert
SIMILAR WORDSdeclare, state
OPPOSITESdenyReporting beliefs and opinionsSome reporting verbs are fairly neutral and simply show that someone has said or written something.
⇒ Men were more likely to state the reason for wanting to work overseas as higher salary. ⇒ Hughes points out that this is only a preliminary trial.Reporting verbs such as assert, declare, and contend show that someone is expressing a strongly held belief or position.
⇒ The American sugar industry has repeatedly asserted that quotas ensure a reliable supply of sugar. ⇒ In a speech on 5 January 1950 Truman publicly declared that the United States would not intervene. ⇒ Critics contend that the cameras will not reduce accidents.
Derived formsassertionWord forms: assertions variable noun
⇒ Police accepted his assertion that the men had threatened him.
⇒ contradict/refute/reject/challenge an assertion ⇒ make/repeat an assertion ⇒ a repeated/bold/confident assertion
SIMILAR WORDSstatement, argument
2. transitive verb
If you assert yourself or assert your authority, you speak and act in a firm, forceful way.
दावे से कहना
अधिकारपूर्वक बनाए रखना
⇒ He's speaking up and asserting himself.
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