Hindi translation of 'budding'
adjective before noun
You use budding to describe someone who is just beginning to succeed or become interested in a certain activity. You also use budding to describe a situation that is just beginning.उदीयमान
...a budding actress. ...our budding romance.
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The mountainside was alive with blooms: dogwood, rhododendron, flame azaleas, along with budding mountain laurel.NOBODY'S BABY BUT MINE (2001)
Hardly what Miss Melville would have expected from a budding young executive.MISS MELVILLE REGRETS (2001)
Just as any budding Tory candidate dragged his wife along to the selection committee, to have her looked over by the locals.POLITICAL SUICIDE (2001)
Some of the smaller trees and shrubs had survived the destruction, and their branches were budding.GALILEE (2001)
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British English: budding ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as, for example, a budding businessman, you mean that they are starting to succeed or become interested in business.
The forum is now open to all budding entrepreneurs.
Translation of budding from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary