Hindi translation of 'portray'
portray /pɔːˈtreɪ पॉˈट्रेइ/
Word forms: portrays, portraying, portrayed
1. transitive verb
When an actor or actress portrays someone, he or she plays that person in a play or film.
He portrayed the king in 'Camelot'.
2. transitive verb
To portray someone or something in a particular way means to represent them in that way, for example in a book or film.
This novelist accurately portrays modern domestic life.
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Example Sentences Including 'portray'
I'd bought a cheap cardboardy case in Perth, plus a skimp of clean clothes, so I could portray respectability.The Tartan Ringers
No one is likely to ask me to portray a woman giving birth on the London stage, thank God.The Hardie Inheritance
`My main aim here in this epic ballad is to portray squalor and death elevated to heroism and dignity through art," he said.The Ancient and Solitary Reign
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Translation of portray from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary