English translation of 'आरंभ करना'
आरंभ करना/aranbha karana/
1. begin transitive or intransitive verb
When something begins or when you begin it, it takes place from a particular time onwards.
The concert begins at 5 p.m. He had begun his career as a painter.
2. embark intransitive verb
If you embark on something new, you start doing it.
He's embarking on a new career as a writer.
3. enter transitive verb
When something enters a new period in its development or history, it begins this period.
The war entered its second month in March.
4. go phrasal verb
If someone goes ahead with something, they begin to do it or make it.
5. inaugurate transitive verb
If you inaugurate a new system or organization, you start it.[formal]
6. initiate transitive verb
If you initiate something, you start it or cause it to happen.
They initiated a discussion on economics.
7. introduce transitive verb
To introduce something means to cause it to enter a place or exist in a system for the first time.
The word 'Pagoda' was introduced to Europe by the Portuguese.propose
8. kick phrasal verb
If an event, game, series, or discussion kicks off, or if someone kicks it off, it begins.[informal]
The Mayor kicked off the party.
9. launch transitive verb, countable noun
To launch a large and important activity, for example a military attack, means to start it. The start of something like this is its launch.
The President was on holiday when the coup was launched. ...the launch of a nationwide advertising campaign.
10. start phrasal verb
If you start up something such as a new business, you create it or cause it to start.
You could start up your own newspaper.
11. trigger transitive verb, phrasal verb
If something triggers an event, or if it triggers off an event, it causes the event to happen.
It is still not clear what triggered the demonstrations.
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Translation of आरंभ करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary