Hindi translation of 'educate'
educate /ˈedʒʊkeɪt ˈएजुकेइट्/
Word forms: educates, educating, educated
1. transitive verb
When someone is educated, they are taught at a school or college.
He was educated at Fettes College in Edinburgh.
a child/student is educated
someone is well/poorly educated
2. transitive verb
To educate people means to improve their understanding of a particular problem or issue.
Note that you do not use educate or education to talk about the way parents look after their children and gradually teach them about good behaviour and life in general. Instead, you should use the verb bring up or the noun upbringing, but not the verb grow up, which is always used without an object. His parents brought him up to be polite. ...the effect that a religious upbringing had on me. I grew up in a very rural area.
This project will educate teenagers about healthy eating.
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Example Sentences Including 'educate'
How I was going to pay for a new child remained uncertain, but I was praying for a girl who would be cheap to educate.Ultimate Prizes
They couldn't educate the people because they didn't even know who `the people "were, let alone understand them.Prosecutor
She could educate herself far better, she felt, outside academic constrictions.Miss Melville Regrets
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Translation of educate from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary