Hindi translation of 'reportedly'
reportedly /rɪˈpɔːtɪdli रिˈपॉटिड्ली/
If you say that something is reportedly the case, you mean that someone has said that it is the case, but you have no evidence of it.[formal]
खबर या सूचना के अनुसार
Careful languageIn academic writing, you try not to present as facts things you do not have clear evidence for. You often use adverbs to show how certain (or not) you are about an idea or a piece of information.Reportedly, allegedly and ostensibly show that something is based on what other people or sources have said, but that you do not have direct evidence for and may have doubts about.
More than two hundred people have reportedly been injured.
Apparently, seemingly and supposedly show that you are describing what seems to be true, based on your impression of the situation, but without clear evidence.
France is reportedly planning to boost military spending by 1 billion Euro.
The scheme was ostensibly designed to promote exports.
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He pointed out that Grant's pistol was missing and that he had reportedly been seen last at the driveway of his house at ten-thirty.Snowjob
He died on or about July eighteenth, 1730," she wrote, "having reportedly swallowed enough of his own paints to poison himself.SACRAMENT (2001)
Burton and Taylor were reportedly living in Puerto Vallarta.The Image of Laura
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Translation of reportedly from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary