English translation of उत्पन्न करना
उत्पन्न करनाPowered by COBUILD /utpanna karana/
Definitions and Translations
/utpanna karana, utpanna karanA, utpanna karanaa, utpann karanā/
1. breed transitive verb
If something breeds a situation or feeling, it causes it to develop.
⇒ The act of work breeds a sense of responsibility.
2. draw transitive verb
If someone or something draws a particular reaction, people react to it in that way.
⇒ The policy drew fierce resistance from farmers.
3. excite transitive verb
If something excites a reaction or feeling, it causes it.
⇒ Motor racing excited his interest from an early age.
4. forth adverb
To bring something forth means to produce it or make it visible. [literary]
⇒ ...ways to bring forth new ideas.
5. generate transitive verb
To generate something means to cause it to begin and develop.
⇒ The reforms would generate new jobs.
6. generate transitive verb
To generate electricity or other forms of energy means to produce it.
⇒ ...solar panels for generating power.
7. induce transitive verb
To induce a particular state or condition means to cause it.
⇒ Surgery could induce a heart attack.
8. inspire transitive verb
Someone or something that inspires a particular emotion or reaction in people makes them feel it.
⇒ He inspires strong loyalty in his friends.
9. produce transitive verb /prəˈdjuːs, Am -ˈduːs प्रअˈड्यूस् Am -ˈडूस्/
To produce something means to cause it to happen.
⇒ These drugs are known to produce side-effects.
10. send phrasal verb
To send out a signal, sound, light, or heat means to produce it.
11. sow transitive verb
If someone sows an undesirable feeling or situation, they cause it to begin and develop.
⇒ He cleverly sowed doubts in our minds.
12. 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.
13. wrought transitive verb
If something has wrought a change, it has caused it. [literary]
⇒ Events in Paris wrought a change in British opinion towards France.
14. yield transitive verb, countable noun
When something yields an amount of something such as food or money, it produces that amount. The amount produced is called a yield.
⇒ The vineyard yields 200 tonnes of grapes annually. ⇒ A yield of more than 7 per cent is expected from the shares.
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Translation of उत्पन्न करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary