Hindi translation of 'suppose'
suppose /səˈpəʊz सअˈपअउज़्/
Word forms: supposes, supposing, supposed
2. transitive verb
1. transitive verb
You use suppose or supposing when you are considering a possible situation or action and trying to think what effects it would have.
Suppose someone gave you a cheque for 6 million dollars or more. What would you do with it?
Supposing it wasn't the wind that blew the door open?
2. transitive verb
If you suppose that something is true, you believe that it is probably true.
I supposed you would have a meal somewhere with Rachel.
You can say I suppose before stating something that you believe to be true, or something that you think you should do, when you want to express slight uncertainty or reluctance about it.[spoken]
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Note that when you are using the verb suppose with a that clause in order to state a negative opinion or belief, you normally make suppose negative, rather than the verb in the that clause. For instance, it is more usual to say 'I don't suppose he ever saw it' than 'I suppose he didn't ever see it'. The same pattern applies to other verbs with a similar meaning, such as believe, consider, and think. He didn't believe she could do it. I don't consider that you kept your promise. I don't think he saw me.
'What would you tell them?' — 'The truth, I suppose.'
I suppose I'd better do some homework.
'Is that the right way up?' — 'Yeah. I suppose so.'
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Example Sentences Including 'suppose'
I suppose there'd be some women there who'd let Boris put the hard word on'em.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
They were identical twins, not more than fifteen, I suppose.TREASON KEEP (2001)
He unchained the door and opened up: `I suppose I've been expecting you for some time now.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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'suppose' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَظُنُّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: supor
- Chinese: 假设
- Croatian: pretpostaviti
- Czech: předpokládat
- Danish: formode
- Dutch: veronderstellen
- European Spanish: suponer imaginar
- Finnish: olettaa
- French: supposer
- German: annehmen vermuten
- Greek: υποθέτω
- Italian: supporre
- Japanese: 想定する
- Korean: 가정하다
- Norwegian: anta
- Polish: przypuścić przypuszczać
- Portuguese: supor
- Romanian: a presupune
- Russian: предполагать
- Spanish: suponer
- Swedish: förmoda
- Thai: สมมุติ
- Turkish: varsaymak
- Ukrainian: припускати припустити
- Vietnamese: cho là
Translation of suppose from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary