English translation of 'आज्ञा'
1. decree countable noun
A decree is an official order, especially one made by the ruler of a country.
...reform by presidential decree.
2. order transitive verb, countable noun
If someone in authority orders something, orders you to do something, or gives you an order, they tell you to do something.
The President has ordered a full investigation.
He ordered his men to stop shooting.
She was fined £1,200 for disobeying orders.
3. order countable noun
An order is something that you ask to be brought or sent to you, and that you are going to pay for.
The waiter returned with their order.
4. permission uncountable noun
If you give someone permission to do something, you tell them that they can do it.
He asked permission to leave the room.
They cannot leave the country without permission.
He got permission from his commanding officer.
2. mn/ajnya, åjnyA, aajnyaa, åjnyā/
imperative singular noun
In grammar, a clause that is in the imperative contains the base form of a verb and usually has no subject. Imperative clauses are used to tell someone to do something. Examples are 'Go away' and 'Please be careful'.
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Translation of आज्ञा from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary