Hindi translation of 'discredit'
discredit /dɪsˈkredɪt डिसˈक्रेडिट्/
Word forms: discredits, discrediting, discredited
1. transitive verb
To discredit someone or something means to cause other people to stop trusting or respecting them.
They tried to discredit government policies.
discreditable /dɪsˈkredɪtəbəl डिसˈक्रेडिटबअल्/ adjective
Discreditable behaviour is not acceptable because people consider it to be shameful and wrong.[formal]
She had been suspended from her job for discreditable behaviour.
...discredited police evidence.
2. transitive verb
To discredit evidence or an idea means to make it appear false or doubtful.
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Example Sentences Including 'discredit'
The task was to undermine her faith in this priest, to discredit him in her eyes.Grace
His son-in-law had told him of the plot to discredit Dayton by planting communist material and espionage apparatus in his house.A Matter of Conscience
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Translation of discredit from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary