Hindi translation of insist
insistPowered by COBUILD /ɪnˈsɪst इनˈसिस्ट्/
Word forms: insists, insisting, insisted
Definitions and Translations
1. transitive or intransitive verb
If you insist that something should be done, you say very firmly that it must be done.अड़ जानाप्रबल आग्रह करनाकरने के लिए बल देना ⇒ She insisted on being present. ⇒ I didn't want to join in, but Kenneth insisted.
Derived formsinsistence uncountable nounजोर mnप्रबल आग्रह mn ⇒ She had come to the party at her boyfriend's insistence.
2. transitive verb
If you insist that something is true, you say it very firmly and refuse to change your mind.अड़ जानाहठ पकड़ लेनाप्रबल आग्रह करना ⇒ US officials insisted there was no special treatment for the American prisoner.
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Example Sentences Including 'insist'
Perhaps they could insist that only the celebrities be invited - no appendages allowed.Weekend for Murder
But -- they insist... "He waggled a sheaf of paper he had extracted from a blue wallet folder.The Last Raven
You bear no guilt for the disputes of the superpowers which they insist on fighting around the streets of Berlin.Wall Games
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'insist' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُصِرُّ عِلَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: insistir
- Chinese: 强调
- Croatian: inzistirati
- Czech: naléhat trvat na něčem
- Danish: insistere
- Dutch: aandringen
- European Spanish: insistir
- Finnish: vaatia inttää
- French: insister
- German: bestehen auf
- Greek: επιμένω
- Italian: insistere
- Japanese: 強要する
- Korean: 주장하다
- Norwegian: insistere
- Polish: nalegać
- Portuguese: insistir
- Romanian: a insista
- Russian: настаивать
- Spanish: insistir
- Swedish: insistera
- Thai: ยืนยัน
- Turkish: ısrar etmek
- Ukrainian: наполягати наполягти
- Vietnamese: nhấn mạnh
Translation of insist from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary