Hindi translation of 'conceive'
conceive /kənˈsiːv कनˈसीव़्/
Word forms: conceives, conceiving, conceived
1. intransitive verb
If you cannot conceive of something, you cannot imagine it or believe it.
He couldn't conceive of anyone disagreeing with him.
conceive of something
not conceive of something
not conceive of a circumstance/idea/situation/possibility
2. transitive verb
If you conceive a plan or idea, you think of it and work out how it can be done.
Calder conceived the idea of a Writers' Conference.
conception /kənˈsepʃən कनˈसेप्शन्/ uncountable noun
He's attended every World Cup since its conception.
3. transitive or intransitive verb
When a woman conceives, or conceives a baby, she becomes pregnant.
गर्भधारण करवाना/गर्भधारण करना
conceptionWord forms: conceptions variable noun
Six weeks after conception your baby is the size of your little fingernail.
4. see also conception
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Example Sentences Including 'conceive'
`I have three daughters, Sir - three of the most dutiful girls any man could ever be able to conceive.Man's Loving Family
Therefore if you were modest -- which it is almost impossible to conceive -- there would have to be a reason for it.The Road to Paradise Island
Danlo really didn't understand civilized people, nor could he conceive of the kinds of gods they might become.The Broken God
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Translation of conceive from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary