Hindi translation of 'compulsion'
compulsion /kəmˈpʌlʃən कमˈपल्शन्/
Word forms: compulsions
1. countable noun
A compulsion is a strong desire to do something.
Nancy felt a strong compulsion to spend some time in England.
2. uncountable noun
If someone uses compulsion to make you do something, they force you to do it.
There is no compulsion to go sight-seeing.
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Example Sentences Including 'compulsion'
The muscles in her neck twitched and stood out in cords as she fought the compulsion to bend her head.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
Later, when it's less needed, it often lingers as a compulsion.Death of a Nymph
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Translation of compulsion from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary