Hindi translation of 'assert'
assert /əˈsɜːt अˈसअट्/
Word forms: asserts, asserting, asserted
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.
SIMILAR WORDSdeclare, state
OPPOSITESdenyReporting beliefs and opinionsSome reporting verbs are fairly neutral and simply show that someone has said or written something.
Reporting verbs such as assert, declare, and contend show that someone is expressing a strongly held belief or position.
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.
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.
assertionWord 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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