Hindi translation of 'sympathize'
sympathize [ Brit also sympathise]Word forms: sympathizes, sympathizing, sympathized /ˈsɪmpəθaɪz ˈसिम्पथ़ाइज़्/
Word forms: sympathizes, sympathizing, sympathized
1. intransitive verb
If you sympathize with someone who has had a misfortune, you show that you are sorry for them.
Anyone who has had a similar experience will sympathize with Sue.
He sympathized but he didn't understand.
2. intransitive verb
If you sympathize with someone's feelings, you understand them and are not critical of them.
Vicky sympathized with his need to feel in control of the business.
3. intransitive verb
If you sympathize with a person or group, you approve of their actions or proposals.
Most of the people there sympathized with the workers.
sympathizerWord forms: sympathizers countable noun
Fuchs was a communist sympathizer.
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Example Sentences Including 'sympathize'
`They paid me a fat bonus, and I've been in his place enough times to sympathize.Fools Gold
She said, `I sympathize with your wish for full human rights.The Complete Stories Volume 2
`I must tell you how much I sympathize with you for your loss, Professor.Thy Brother Death
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'sympathize' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَتَعَاطَفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: compadecer-se
- Chinese: 同情
- Croatian: suosjećati
- Czech: mít porozumění
- Danish: vise forståelse for
- Dutch: sympathiseren
- European Spanish: compadecer
- Finnish: tuntea sympatiaa
- French: plaindre
- German: mitfühlen
- Greek: συμμερίζομαι
- Italian: simpatizzare
- Japanese: 同情する
- Korean: 동정하다
- Norwegian: ha medfølelse med
- Polish: współczuć
- Portuguese: compadecer-se
- Romanian: a simpatiza cu
- Russian: сочувствовать
- Spanish: simpatizar
- Swedish: sympatisera
- Thai: เห็นใจ
- Turkish: halden anlamak
- Ukrainian: співчувати
- Vietnamese: thông cảm
Translation of sympathize from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary