Hindi translation of 'impulse'
impulse /ˈɪmpʌls ˈइम्पल्स्/
Word forms: impulses
1. countable noun
An impulse is a sudden desire to do something.
All day she had resisted the impulse to telephone Harry.
If you do something on impulse, you suddenly decide to do it, without planning it.
After lunch she decided on impulse to take a bath.
3. countable noun
An impulse is a short electrical signal sent along a wire or nerve or through the air.
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Example Sentences Including 'impulse'
Few had enough time in which to steel themselves to resist the impulse to put out a hand to catch it.A Dead Liberty
In fact, she felt a sudden impulse to confide in her, to tell her of the strange situation in which she found herself.Come and Be Killed
For the most part Helen had no impulse to object to liars on moral grounds.Death of a Nymph
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Translation of impulse from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary