Hindi translation of 'relapse'
Word forms: relapses, relapsing, relapsedverb /rɪˈlæps रिˈलैप्स्/, noun /rɪˈlæps रिˈलैप्स्/ or /ˈriːlæps ˈरीलैप्स्/.
1. intransitive verb, countable noun
If someone relapses into a way of behaving, or if they have a relapse, they start to behave in that way again.
पूर्व दशा में आ जाना/पूर्वावस्था प्राप्ति nf
After hearing this, the policeman relapsed into silence.
We hope that there will not be a relapse into war.
2. intransitive verb, countable noun
If a sick person relapses, or if they have a relapse, their health suddenly gets worse after it had been improving.
फिर से बीमार हो जाना/दुबारा बीमारी की स्थिति nf
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Example Sentences Including 'relapse'
She heard Sharon snort down the phone, relapse into a fit of the giggles and then the line went dead.PS, I LOVE YOU (2004)
Since his relapse he had found more favour with her, as if he was the only patient needing care.The Open Door
Leonard had nursed her back to life with all the care and love of a father, but he'd always warned of a possible relapse.Grace
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'relapse' in Other Languages
- Arabic: اِنْتِكَاسَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: recaída
- Chinese: 复发
- Croatian: vratiti se na staro
- Czech: recidiva
- Danish: tilbagefald
- Dutch: terugval
- European Spanish: recaída
- Finnish: takapakki
- French: rechute
- German: Rückfall Rückfälle
- Greek: υποτροπή
- Italian: ricaduta
- Japanese: 逆戻り
- Korean: 퇴보
- Norwegian: tilbakefall
- Polish: nawrót
- Portuguese: recaída
- Romanian: recădere recăderi
- Russian: повторение
- Spanish: recaída
- Swedish: återfall
- Thai: กลับสู่สภาพเดิม
- Turkish: eski haline dönmek
- Ukrainian: повторення
- Vietnamese: sự tái phát
Translation of relapse from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary