Hindi translation of 'reform'
reform /rɪˈfɔːm रिˈफ़ॉम्/
Word forms: reforms, reforming, reformed
1. variable noun
Reform consists of changes and improvements to a law, social system, or institution. These changes can be called reforms.
He wants reform of the health service.
the reform of something
propose/implement/introduce a reform
a reform programme/process/plan/bill
SIMILAR WORDSimprovement, amendment, reorganization
2. transitive verb
To reform something such as a law, a social system, or an institution means to improve it by making changes.
He believes we need to reform the legal system.
reform the economy/system/law
radically/fundamentally/completely reform something
SIMILAR WORDSimprove, amend, reorganize
reformerWord forms: reformers countable noun
a political/social/penal/radical reformer
3. intransitive verb
When someone reforms, they stop doing something that society does not approve of.
(किसी सामाजिक प्रथा इत्यादि को) उठा देना
सुधरा हुआ[सुधरी हुई]
...a reformed criminal.
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Example Sentences Including 'reform'
Nobody's ever offered mc a full scholarship anywhere, except that time Dad offered to buy me a one-way ticket to reform school.Anastasia Krupnik (3-in-1)
She somehow managed to stop me becoming wholly estranged from Michael, and she somehow persuaded him to promise to reform.Absolute Truths
If I could reform the system it would be the most fantastic coup.The Scar
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Translation of reform from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary