Hindi translation of 'defer'
defer /dɪˈfɜː डिˈफ़अ/
Word forms: defers, deferring, deferred
1. transitive verb
If you defer an event or action, you arrange that it will take place at a later date than was planned.
Customers often defer payment for as long as possible.
defer something for a period of time
defer something until a time
defer a payment/decision
a sentence is deferred
defer something indefinitely
SIMILAR WORDSpostpone, delay
2. intransitive verb
If you defer to someone, you accept their opinion or do what they want because you respect them.
She defers to her husband on everything.
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Example Sentences Including 'defer'
Although Dorothy was a good fifteen years older than Mary, she seemed to defer to her.Stage Fright
At first she wanted to defer announcing it until July and marry at Christmas.Dare Call It Treason
The Welsh princes will always have to defer to the English Crown.Here Be Dragons
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Translation of defer from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary