Hindi translation of revolt
revoltPowered by COBUILD /rɪˈvəʊlt रिˈव़अउल्ट्/
Word forms: revolts, revolting, revolted
Definitions and Translations
1. variable noun
A revolt is a violent attempt by a group of people to change their country's political system.
2. intransitive verb
When people revolt, they use violence to try to change a country's political system.
⇒ In 1848 the Hungarians revolted against Austrian rule.
3. variable noun
A revolt by a person or group against someone or something is a rejection of the authority of that person or thing.
⇒ The Prime Minister is facing a revolt by some of his MPs.
4. intransitive verb
When people revolt, they reject the authority of someone or something.
⇒ She revolted against her family and moved to France.
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Example Sentences Including 'revolt'
Any flame which might ignite the fire of revolt must be extinguished quietly.Midnight is a Lonely Place
They were too exhausted to waste breath on the obvious, that the ground that the Grove was built upon was in revolt.THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
Reflexively a hand went to his hair, causing several strands to revolt against a heretofore placid existence.Death of a Nymph
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Translation of revolt from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary