Hindi translation of 'dwell'
dwell /dwel ड्वेल्/
Word forms: dwells, dwelling, dwelled or dwelt
1. intransitive verb
If you dwell on something, especially something unpleasant, you think, speak, or write about it a lot or for quite a long time.
पर विचार करना
I'd rather not dwell on the past.
2. intransitive verb
If you dwell somewhere, you live there.[formal]
In 1961, Rushdie found a new place to dwell — in England.
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Example Sentences Including 'dwell'
Fortunately, she supposed, Brian Rogers awoke before her mind could dwell on the horrors of the night.The Scar
She would not let herself dwell upon how their short lives had ended.Out of the Ashes
She couldn ' t afford to dwell on what had been done to her; there was more at stake than that.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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Translation of dwell from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary