Hindi translation of 'preach'
preach /priːtʃ प्रीच्/
Word forms: preaches, preaching, preached
1. transitive or intransitive verb
When someone, especially a member of the clergy, preaches, or preaches a sermon, he or she gives a talk on a religious or moral subject as part of a church service.
धर्मोपदेश देना/प्रवचन करना
The bishop preached to a crowd of several hundred local people.
preacherWord forms: preachers countable noun
...acceptance of women preachers.
2. transitive or intransitive verb
When people preach a belief or a course of action, they try to persuade other people to accept the belief or take the course of action.
उपदेश देना/प्रवचन करना
For many years I have preached against war.
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Example Sentences Including 'preach'
You could preach on the heroism of those who feel called to bring up other people's children.Absolute Truths
Winger should go and preach his female emancipation to the Tawnies and especially to the Little owls.The Ancient and Solitary Reign
`But you stammer before, yet you managed to preach the Word of the Lord?Gwendolen
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Translation of preach from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary