English translation of 'अधिकार'
mn/adhikara, adhikAra, adhikaara, adhikār, dhikara, dhikAra, dhikaara, dhikār, adhikar, adhikAr, adhikaar, dhikar, dhikAr, dhikaar/
1. authority uncountable noun
If you have authority to do something, you have been given the power or permission to do it.
Only the king himself had the authority to order such an investigation.
The bank charged my account a fee without my authority.
2. command uncountable noun
Your command of something is your knowledge of it and ability to use it.
...his excellent command of English.
3. discretion uncountable noun
If someone in a position of authority has the discretion to do something in a situation, they have the freedom and authority to decide what to do.[formal]
School governors have the discretion to allow parents to withdraw pupils.
The rules are often bent at the organiser's discretion.
4. entitlement variable noun
...the entitlement to vote.
5. grasp singular noun
If something is in your grasp, you possess or control it. If something slips from your grasp, you lose it or lose control of it.
She allowed victory to slip from her grasp.
6. grip singular noun
Someone's grip on a person or situation is the control they have over them.
The president maintains an iron grip on his country.
He wondered if he was getting old and losing his grip.
7. hold singular noun
If you have a hold over or on someone, you have power or control over them.
Because he once loved her, she still has a hold on him.
8. mandate transitive verb, countable noun
When someone is mandated to do something, or when they are given a mandate to do it, they are given the authority to do it, or are instructed to do it.
He had been mandated to resolve the situation.
9. occupancy uncountable noun
Occupancy is the act of using a room, building, or area of land for a fixed period of time.
Hotel occupancy has been as low as 40%.
10. occupation uncountable noun
The occupation of a country is its invasion and control by a foreign army.
...life in Paris during the German occupation.
11. possession uncountable noun
If you are in possession of something, you have it, because you have obtained it or because it belongs to you.[formal]
Those documents are now in the possession of the Guardian newspaper.
...illegal possession of weapons.
12. power variable noun
If someone in authority has the power to do something, they have the legal right to do it.
The Prime Minister has the power to appoint senior ministers.
...the legal powers of British Customs officers.
13. remit countable noun
Someone's remit is the area of activity which they are expected to deal with, or which they have authority to deal with.
The centre has a remit to advise new businesses.
14. right countable noun
If you have a right to do or to have something, you are morally or legally entitled to do it or to have it. Your rights are the things you are entitled to do or have.
We have the right to protest.
15. right singular noun
You can refer to political ideas based on capitalist or conservative ideas, or to the people who support these ideas, as the right.
...his supporters on the Right of the party.
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Translation of अधिकार from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary