Hindi translation of 'declare'
declare /dɪˈkleə डिˈक्लेअ/
Word forms: declares, declaring, declared
1. transitive verb
If you declare that something is the case, you say that it is true in a firm deliberate way.
He declared his intention to become the best golfer in the world.
SIMILAR WORDSassert, state
2. transitive verb
If you declare something, you state it officially and formally.
The government is ready to declare a ceasefire.
The judges will declare him innocent.
declare a ceasefire/truce/emergency
declare something unsafe/illegal/invalid
declare someone dead/bankrupt
3. transitive verb
If you declare goods that you have bought abroad or money that you have earned, you say how much you have bought or earned so that you can pay tax on it.
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Example Sentences Including 'declare'
I suppose before long they will declare the church redundant.HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
While we're bickering over succession they'll declare UDI and sail off quite independently of us, just like any damned colony.Whistler in the Dark
His stance seemed to declare that he didn't give a hoot about the opinions of other cats, or for large bulldogs either.The Ambassador's Women
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'declare' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُعْلِنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: declarar
- Chinese: 宣布
- Croatian: izjaviti
- Czech: prohlásit prohlašovat
- Danish: erklære
- Dutch: aankondigen
- European Spanish: declarar proclamar
- Finnish: julistaa
- French: déclarer
- German: kundtun
- Greek: δηλώνω
- Italian: dichiarare
- Japanese: 断言する
- Korean: 선언하다
- Norwegian: erklære
- Polish: zadeklarować deklarować
- Portuguese: declarar
- Romanian: a declara
- Russian: заявлять
- Spanish: declarar
- Swedish: deklarera
- Thai: ประกาศ
- Turkish: açıklamak beyan
- Ukrainian: заявляти заявити
- Vietnamese: tuyên bố
Translation of declare from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary