Hindi translation of 'patent'
patent/ˈpeɪtənt, Am ˈpæt- ˈपेइटन्ट् Am ˈपैट्-/
Word forms: patents, patenting, patentedThe pronunciation /ˈpætənt ˈपैटन्ट्/ is also used for meanings 1 and 2 in British English.
2. transitive verb
1. countable noun
A patent is an official right to be the only person or company to make and sell a new product.एकस्व अधिकार mn
P&G applied for a patent on its cookies.a patent on/for something grant/issue/own/infringe a patent a patent pends/expires a questionable/exclusive/worldwide/existing patent a drug/product/software patent patent infringement/protection a patent application/dispute/attorney copyright
2. transitive verb
If you patent something, you obtain a patent for it.एकस्व प्राप्त करना
The invention has been patented by the university.patent a method/technique/design patent a device/invention
SET PHRASESinvent and patent something
You use patent to emphasize that the nature or existence of something, especially something bad, is obvious.स्पष्टप्रत्यक्ष
This was patent nonsense.
He made his anger patently obvious.
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Example Sentences Including 'patent'
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I wore my blue knee socks and my black patent leather party shoes.RANDOM ACTS OF SENSELESS VIOLENCE (2002)
Beneath his pewter grey super lightweight suit his black shoes shone with a better shine than patent leather.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
She was wearing a short, white, belted raincoat, black stockings and black, patent leather, high-heeled shoes.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2002)
And patent costs and studio rentals are increasing all the time.THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2002)
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British English: patent NOUN
A patent is an official right to be the only person or company allowed to make or sell a new product for a certain period of time.
The company applied for a patent on its cookies.
British English: patent VERB
If you patent something, you obtain a patent for it.
He patented the idea that the atom could be split.
Translation of patent from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary