Hindi translation of 'postpone'
postpone /pəʊsˈpəʊn पअउसˈपअउन्/
Word forms: postpones, postponing, postponed
If you postpone an event, you arrange for it to take place at a later time than was originally planned.
The visit has been postponed until next month.
postpone something indefinitely/temporarily
postpone something until something
postpone a decision/event/election/visit
postponementWord forms: postponements variable noun
There were several postponements of flights.
the postponement of something
the postponement of a meeting/election
force/cause/request/announce a postponement
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Example Sentences Including 'postpone'
The JIC briefing could wait -- if he had proof he could, indeed, postpone it.The Last Raven
Unexpected work cropped up on the day of the next visit, and they had to postpone it.The Golden Lion
There was an alert glint in his eye she did not like, and Anita decided to postpone mucking out until the evening.Death and Transfiguration
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'postpone' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُؤَجِّل
- Brazilian Portuguese: adiar
- Chinese: 推迟
- Croatian: odgoditi
- Czech: odložit odkládatna později
- Danish: udsætte
- Dutch: uitstellen
- European Spanish: aplazar
- Finnish: siirtää myöhemmäksi
- French: repousser
- German: verschieben
- Greek: αναβάλλω
- Italian: posporre
- Japanese: 延期する
- Korean: 연기하다
- Norwegian: utsette
- Polish: odłożyć odkładać
- Portuguese: adiar
- Romanian: a amâna
- Russian: откладывать
- Spanish: aplazar
- Swedish: senarelägga
- Thai: เลื่อนออกไป
- Turkish: ertelemek
- Ukrainian: відкладати відкласти
- Vietnamese: hoãn
Translation of postpone from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary