Hindi translation of 'retort'
retort /rɪˈtɔːt रिˈटॉट्/
Word forms: retorts, retorting, retorted
transitive verb, countable noun
To retort something, or to answer with a retort, means to reply angrily.
प्रत्युत्तर देना/प्रत्युत्तर mn
He was asked if he was afraid. 'Afraid of what?' he retorted.
He retorted that he knew nothing about the matter.
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Example Sentences Including 'retort'
Then, persisting over Walsh's retort : `Look, why all the fuss?Riot
Alec thought of a crushing retort , then remembered that he'd have to ask Kim for a loan.The Third Class Genie
Listening to her grumbling on, I heard the echo of her cross retort in my head.Time of the Wolf
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Translation of retort from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary