Hindi translation of 'libel'
libel /ˈlaɪbəl ˈलाइबल्/
Word forms: libels, libelling, libelled
1. variable noun
Libel is something in writing which wrongly accuses someone of something, and which is therefore against the law.[legal]
अपमानित करने वाला लेख mn
Warren sued him for libel over the remarks.
2. transitive verb
If someone libels you, they write something in a newspaper or book which wrongly damages your reputation and is therefore against the law.
अपमानजनक लेख लिखना
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Example Sentences Including 'libel'
Well, the dead can't sue for libel , and anyway, libel only exists where there is no basis of truth.Left, Right and Centre
The media would be quite safe from legal action; one cannot libel the dead.Double Deceit
Even before the press conference they all, without exception, while skirting the laws of libel , had fingered Oliver Vail.Widow's End
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Translation of libel from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary