Hindi translation of 'uproot'
uproot /ʌpˈruːt अपˈरूट्/
Word forms: uproots, uprooting, uprooted
1. transitive verb
If you uproot yourself, or if you are uprooted, you leave or are made to leave a place where you have lived for a long time.
किसी स्थान का त्याग कर देना
He did not want to uproot his family from the Midlands.
2. transitive verb
If someone uproots a tree or plant, or if the wind uproots it, it is pulled out of the ground.
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Example Sentences Including 'uproot'
He had no wish to uproot Dena from her present home, where she was happier than she had been in any of his postings.The Ambassador's Women
Darl, when you've had time to think about what you're suggesting, you won't want to uproot the kids.Murder Song
Anyway, it wouldn't have been fair to uproot Eric, and I certainly couldn't have left him behind.Time of the Wolf
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Translation of uproot from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary