English translation of 'प्रधान'
1. dominant adjective
Someone or something that is dominant is more powerful or noticeable than other people or things.
She was a dominant figure in the French film industry.
2. main adjective
The main thing is the most important one.
...one of the main tourist areas of Amsterdam.
My main concern is to protect the children.
3. major adjective before noun
You use major to describe something that is more important, serious, or significant than other things.
Lack of drinking water was a major problem.
4. pivotal adjective
A pivotal role, point, or figure in something is one that is very important and affects the success of that thing.
Parents play a pivotal role in the choices students make.
5. prime adjective before noun
You use prime to describe something that is most important in a situation.
The police see him as the prime suspect.
The movie industry's prime audience lies in the 17 to 24 age group.
6. prime adjective before noun
A prime example of something is a very typical example of it.
Jodie Foster is seen as the prime example of the child actor who became a respected adult star.
2. mn/pradhana, pradhAna, pradhaana, pradhān, prdhana, prdhAna, prdhaana, prdhān, pradhan, pradhAn, pradhaan, prdhan, prdhAn, prdhaan/
1. premier countable noun
The leader of a government can be referred to as the premier.
...the Australian premier.
2. president countable noun
The president of an organization is the person with the highest position in it.
...the president of the Art Academy.
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Translation of प्रधान from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary