Hindi translation of 'discourage'
discourage /dɪsˈkʌrɪdʒ, Am -ˈkɜːr- डिसˈकरिज् Am -ˈकअर्-/
Word forms: discourages, discouraging, discouraged
1. transitive verb
If someone or something discourages you, they cause you to lose your enthusiasm about doing something.
It may be difficult to do at first. Don't let this discourage you.
She was determined not to be discouraged.
निरुत्साहित करने वाला
Today's report is more discouraging for the economy.
2. transitive verb
To discourage an action, or to discourage someone from doing it, means to try and persuade them not to do it.
Milos tried to discourage her from being friendly with me.
discouragement uncountable noun
...active discouragement from teachers.
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Example Sentences Including 'discourage'
At least it must discourage gawkers from driving up to picnic in her garden.Something in the Water
It crossed his mind she was moving in on him again, but he didn't discourage her.Yellow Bird
Not that such things would keep Clinicians out of course; but they might slow them down a bit - discourage them somehow.Night Sisters
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'discourage' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُثَبِّطُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: desencorajar
- Chinese: 劝阻
- Croatian: obeshrabriti
- Czech: odradit odrazovat
- Danish: tage modet fra
- Dutch: ontmoedigen
- European Spanish: desalentar
- Finnish: lannistaa
- French: décourager
- German: entmutigen
- Greek: αποθαρρύνω
- Italian: scoraggiare
- Japanese: ･･･の勇気をくじく
- Korean: 용기를 잃게 하다
- Norwegian: gjøre motløs
- Polish: zniechęcić zniechęcać
- Portuguese: desencorajar
- Romanian: a descuraja
- Russian: приводить в уныние
- Spanish: desalentar
- Swedish: avråda
- Thai: ทำให้หมดกำลังใจ
- Turkish: cesaretini kırmak
- Ukrainian: перешкоджати перешкодити
- Vietnamese: làm nản lòng
Translation of discourage from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary