English translation of प्रस्तुत करना
प्रस्तुत करनाPowered by COBUILD /prastuta karana/
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/prastuta karana, prastuta karanA, prastuta karanaa, prastut karanā/
1. acquit transitive verb
If you acquit yourself in a particular way, other people feel that you behave in that way. [formal]
⇒ Most officers and men acquitted themselves well.
2. bring phrasal verb
If you bring forward an argument or proposal, you state it so that people can consider it.
⇒ They must bring forward practical solutions that offer greater choice.
3. bring transitive verb
If you cannot bring yourself to do something, you cannot make yourself do it.
⇒ I cannot bring myself to talk about it.
4. feature transitive verb
When a film or exhibition features someone or something, they are an important part of it.
⇒ The series featured top stars from cricket and rugby.
5. give transitive verb
You use give with nouns that refer to information, opinions, or greetings to indicate that something is communicated.
⇒ He gave no details. ⇒ He asked me to give you the news.
6. host countable noun, transitive verb
The host of a radio or television show is the person who introduces it and talks to the people taking part. You can say they host the show.
7. introduce transitive verb
The person who introduces a television or radio programme speaks at the beginning of it, and often between the different items in it, in order to explain what the programme or the items are about.
⇒ 'Health Matters' is introduced by Dick Oliver.
8. lay phrasal verb
If you lay out ideas or plans, you explain or present them clearly, for example in a document or a meeting.
⇒ Maxwell listened closely as Johnson laid out his plan.
9. offer (in phrases)
If something is on offer, it is available to be used or bought.
⇒ ...some of the excellent books on offer.
10. present transitive verb
If you present someone or something in a particular way, you describe them in that way.
⇒ The British like to present themselves as a nation of dog-lovers.
11. present transitive verb
If someone presents a programme on television or radio, they introduce each item in it.
12. produce transitive verb
If you produce evidence or an argument, you show it or explain it to people.
⇒ He produced evidence to support his theory.
13. put phrasal verb
When people put on a show, exhibition, or service, they perform it or organize it.
⇒ We decided that we would put on a play.
14. represent transitive verb
If you say that something represents a change, achievement, or victory, you mean that it is a change, achievement, or victory.
⇒ The president said the proposals did not represent a change in policy.
15. represent transitive verb
If you represent a person or thing as a particular thing, you describe them as being that thing.
⇒ He complained that the press had represented him as a fool.
16. set transitive verb
If you set something such as a record, an example, or a precedent, you create it for people to copy or to try to achieve.
⇒ If you swear in front of children, then you set a bad example.
17. tender transitive verb
If you tender something such as a suggestion or money, you formally offer or present it. [formal]
⇒ She quickly tendered her resignation.
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Translation of प्रस्तुत करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary