English translation of 'आज्ञार्थक उपवाक्य'
आज्ञार्थक उपवाक्य /ajnyarthaka upavakya/
mn/ajnyarthaka upavakya, åjnyArthaka upavAkya, aajnyaarthaka upavaakya, åjnyārthak upavāky/
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 आज्ञार्थक उपवाक्य from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary