Hindi translation of 'expedient'
expedient /ɪkˈspiːdiənt इकˈस्पीडीअन्ट्/
Word forms: expedients
countable noun, adjective
An expedient is an action that achieves a particular purpose, but may not be morally right. You can also say that it is expedient to do something.
कार्यसाधक क्रियाकलाप mn/कार्यसाधक
व्यावहारिक कार्य mn/व्यावहारिक
It was only by the expedient of complaining very loudly that Mr Stewart was finally let inside.
It was expedient for us to be nice to him if we wanted to do well.
expediency uncountable noun
Tony Blair's political expediency was obvious.
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Example Sentences Including 'expedient'
Still baffled by Mitchell's murder, Control thought it expedient to meet with his counterpart from MI5, Sir Oswald Leighton.A Song at Twilight
`Kaginovich smiled by the sly expedient of raising his moustached upper lip.Somewhere East of Life
In other words, what is most expedient to protect the vintage.The Endless Game
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Translation of expedient from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary