Hindi translation of 'exert'
exert /ɪɡˈzɜːt इगˈज़अट्/
Word forms: exerts, exerting, exerted
1. transitive verb
If someone or something exerts influence or pressure on someone, they use their influence or put pressure on that person to do something.
(प्रभाव या दबाव आदि) डालना
The Catholic Church exerts a powerful influence over American politics.
exert something on something
a community/group exerts something
2. transitive verb
If you exert yourself, you make a physical or mental effort to do something.
Do not exert yourself unnecessarily.
exertionWord forms: exertions variable noun
He clearly enjoyed the physical exertion.
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Example Sentences Including 'exert'
The Colonel smiled tightly and didn't exert himself to reply; a subaltern approached and made new marks on the map.Coup d'Etat
He had to exert almost no effort at all to catch hold of one.EVERVILLE (2001)
--and soon Morales did not have to exert pressure on anyone in order to fill the hall.Three Kinds of Kissing - Scottish Short Stories
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Translation of exert from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary