Hindi translation of 'deny'
deny /dɪˈnaɪ डिˈनाइ/
Word forms: denies, denying, denied
1. transitive verb
If you deny something, you say that it is not true.
She denied both accusations.
The government denied that anybody died during the war.
deny a claim/allegation/charge/suggestion
deny murdering/killing/assaulting someone
vehemently/strenuously/categorically deny something
2. transitive verb
If you deny someone something, you do not let them have it.
His ex-partner denies him access to his children.
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Example Sentences Including 'deny'
He kept replaying the scene in the yard with David and Nick when he'd felt compelled to deny what he'd seen.LOST SUMMER (2002)
But he could just as easily deny the marriage had taken place and carry on regardless.TREASON KEEP (2001)
No atheists on Catholic Portuguese soil -- which reminds me, we must make sure the Portuguese don't deny him a visa.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
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'deny' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُنْكِرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: negar
- Chinese: 否认
- Croatian: nijekati
- Czech: popřít popírat
- Danish: nægte
- Dutch: ontkennen
- European Spanish: negar
- Finnish: kieltää vastata kieltävästi
- French: nier
- German: bestreiten
- Greek: διαψεύδω
- Italian: negare
- Japanese: 否定する
- Korean: 부정하다 부정적
- Norwegian: nekte
- Polish: zaprzeczyć zaprzeczać
- Portuguese: negar
- Romanian: a nega
- Russian: отрицать
- Spanish: negar
- Swedish: förneka
- Thai: ปฏิเสธ
- Turkish: inkar etmek
- Ukrainian: заперечувати заперечити
- Vietnamese: phủ nhận
Translation of deny from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary