Hindi translation of 'token'
token /ˈtəʊkən ˈटअउकन्/
Word forms: tokens
1. countable noun
A token is a piece of paper, plastic, or metal which can be used instead of money.
...a £10 book token.
2. countable noun
If you give something to someone as a token of your feelings for them, you give it as a way of expressing those feelings.
The ring was given as a token of love.
3. adjective before noun
You use token to describe things or actions which show your intentions or feelings but are small or unimportant.
नाम मात्र का
...token gestures of force.
You use by the same token to introduce a statement that you think is true for the same reasons that were given for a previous statement.
If you give up exercise, your muscles shrink and fat increases. By the same token, if you expend more energy you will lose fat.
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Example Sentences Including 'token'
All the same, he was relieved when Margot offered only token resistance.The Endless Game
I certainly had my hands full, because Mr Horsforth's appearances behind the stall were so spasmodic as to be almost token.The Disposal of the Living
`Your presents are probably waiting in Beverly Hills for you... Just a token... `The Ambassador's Women
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'token' in Other Languages
- Arabic: قَسِيمَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: ficha sinal de sentimento
- Chinese: 代币
- Croatian: znamen
- Czech: žeton
- Danish: tegn
- Dutch: fiche
- European Spanish: vale indicación
- Finnish: merkki
- French: gage
- German: Zeichen Zeichen
- Greek: τεκμήριο
- Italian: buono
- Japanese: しるし 現れ
- Korean: 표시
- Norwegian: oblat
- Polish: żeton
- Portuguese: ficha
- Romanian: jeton jetoane
- Russian: жетон
- Spanish: vale indicio o muestra inmaterial de algo
- Swedish: pollett
- Thai: สิ่งที่ใช้เป็นสัญลักษณ์
- Turkish: nişan belirti
- Ukrainian: жетон
- Vietnamese: biên lai, phiếu, thẻ đổi hàng
Translation of token from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary