Hindi translation of 'branch'
branch/brɑːntʃ, bræntʃ ब्रान्च्, ब्रैन्च्/
Word forms: branches, branching, branched
2. countable noun
3. countable noun
1. countable noun
The branches of a tree are the parts that grow out from its trunk.शाखा nf अथवा डाली , nfटहनी nf
2. countable noun
A branch of a business or other organization is one of the offices, shops, or local groups which belong to it.शाखा nf
The local branch of Bank of America is handling the accounts.
3. countable noun
A branch of a subject is a part or type of it.विषय की शाखा nf
...a new branch of mathematics known as complexity theory.
A road or path that branches off from another one starts from it and goes in a slightly different direction. If you branch off somewhere, you change the direction in which you are going.किसी सड़क का शाखित होना
After a few miles, a small road branched off to the right.
If you branch out, you do something different from your normal activities or work.सामान्य से कुछ अलग करना
Telephone companies are branching out into new information services.
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Example Sentences Including 'branch'
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Yet this seems a good example of sawing off the branch one is sitting on.The Times Literary Supplement (2012)
Many branches of government are not trying to make a profit.The Global Marketplace (1993)
The renamed branches will be part of the sale.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This has been a controversial problem in countries that consider themselves "branch plant " economies.International Finance: The markets and financial management of multinational business. (1983)
Where do leaf stalks branch off the main stem?Learn to Draw Countryside (1996)
Everyone at the company must complete the training because it is essential that we deliver the same service across the branches.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Family ties get stronger and you could discover a whole new branch of your family tree.The Sun (2010)
Hold the stem in place with a strong tie that does not rub the stem or branches when it is windy.The Sun (2009)
Lower stem clear of branches on mature tree.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
On that branch the berries grow best.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The plant will branch and produce an increased number of smaller flowers.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
This compact shrub grows to about 60cm, with shiny green leaves that branch off purple stems.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Was it independent of other branches of government?Times, Sunday Times (2006)
We visit the branch across the road from the Louvre.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
What I love the most is getting pine tree branches and putting them on the dining table.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
When you find a picture that looks like you, it's step one to discovering a distant branch of your family tree.The Sun (2016)
As the antlers grow, they branch into increasingly larger forks.Smithsonian Mag (2017)
But then the lorry shuddered, lurching forward over branches on the road towards the port.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Campaigners insist all banks must offer branch services.The Sun (2015)
First you see the big branches growing out of the trunk.Smithsonian Mag (2017)
He had to pull himself out by holding onto the branch of a tree.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Luck links two branches of a family.The Sun (2006)
They put walkways and safety ropes way up in branches that squirrels used to have to themselves.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
We do not know how to identify the various fossils with particular branches of the evolutionary tree.Infinite in All Directions (1989)
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'branch' in Other Languages
British English: branch /brɑːntʃ/ NOUN
The branches of a tree are the parts that grow out from its trunk.
...the upper branches of a row of pines.
- American English: branch
- Arabic: فَرْع
- Brazilian Portuguese: galho
- Chinese: 分枝
- Croatian: grane
- Czech: větev
- Danish: filial
- Dutch: tak
- European Spanish: rama
- Finnish: oksa
- French: branche
- German: Zweig
- Greek: κλαδί
- Italian: ramo
- Japanese: 枝
- Korean: 가지
- Norwegian: gren
- Polish: gałąź
- European Portuguese: galho
- Romanian: ramură
- Russian: ветвь
- Spanish: rama
- Swedish: filial
- Thai: สาขา
- Turkish: dal ağaç vb
- Ukrainian: гілка
- Vietnamese: cành cây
Translation of branch from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary