Hindi translation of 'disarm'
disarm /ˌdɪsˈɑːm ˌडिसˈआम्/
Word forms: disarms, disarming, disarmed
1. transitive verb
To disarm a person or group means to take away their weapons.
निरस्त्र कर देना
We agreed to disarming troops.
2. intransitive verb
If a country or group disarms, it gives up the use of its weapons.
We're not yet ready to disarm.
3. transitive verb
If a person or their behaviour disarms you, they cause you to feel less angry, hostile, or critical towards them.
She did her best to disarm her critics.
शांत करने वाला [वाली],(शामक)
असमर्थ कर देने वाला [वाली]
...a disarming smile.
शांत करता हुआ
असमर्थ करता हुआ
He is, as ever, disarmingly honest.
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Example Sentences Including 'disarm'
Yes of course she's immature, disarmingly so, and that makes her doubly valuable because she will disarm her quarry.Lohengrin
The bullet had missed, however, and before she could fire a second time Garrison had attempted to disarm her.GALILEE (2001)
`The play-acting was designed to make you feel protective, I guess: it's a great way to disarm suspicion.Toy Shop
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Translation of disarm from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary