English translation of 'प्रेरित करना'
प्रेरित करना /prerita karana/
1. boost transitive verb, countable noun
If something boosts your confidence or morale, or if it gives it a boost, it improves it.
It did give me a boost to win such a big event.
2. buck phrasal verb
If you tell someone to buck up or to buck up their ideas, you are telling them to start behaving in a more positive and efficient manner.[informal]
If we don't buck up we'll be in trouble.
3. encourage transitive verb
If you encourage someone to do something, you try to persuade them to do it, for example by trying to make it easier for them to do it.
We want to encourage people to go fishing, so we have arranged free transport to the river.
Their task is to encourage more kids to eat healthy food.
4. get transitive verb
If you get someone to do something, they do it because you asked, persuaded, or told them to do it.
Tom's on the phone. Can I get him to call you back?
5. induce transitive verb
If you induce someone to do something, you persuade or influence them to do it.
I would do anything to induce them to stay.
6. inspire transitive verb
If a work of art or an action is inspired by something, that thing is the idea or the motivation for it.
The book was inspired by a real person.
What inspired you to change your name?
7. instigate transitive verb
To instigate an event or situation means to cause it to happen.
They are instigating the violence.
8. lead transitive verb
If someone or something leads you to think or expect something, they cause you to think or expect it, although it is not true or does not happen.
It was not as easy as we were led to believe.
9. motivate transitive verb
If someone motivates you to do something, they make you feel determined to do it.
This teacher motivates her students to do their best.
10. motivate transitive verb
If you are motivated by something, especially an emotion, it causes you to behave in a particular way.
The crime was not politically motivated.
What motivates people to steal?
11. move transitive verb
If something moves you to do something, it causes you to do it.
The tears in her eyes moved him to say he loved her.
12. precipitate transitive verb /prɪˈsɪpəteɪt प्रिˈसिपटेइट्/
If something precipitates an event or situation, usually a bad one, it causes it to happen suddenly or sooner than normal.[formal]
A slight mistake could precipitate a disaster.
13. prod transitive verb
If you prod someone into doing something, you remind them or persuade them to do it.
You need to talk to someone who will prod you to think deeper about your problems.
14. prompt transitive verb
If something prompts someone to do something, it makes them decide to do it.
The experience prompted him to start his own business.
15. propel transitive verb
If something propels you into a particular activity, it causes you to be involved in it.
It was this event which propelled her into politics.
16. rouse transitive verb
If you rouse yourself to do something, you make yourself do it.
He roused himself to be cheerful.
17. spur transitive verb, phrasal verb
If something spurs you to do something, or if something spurs you on to do it, it encourages you to do it.
It's the money that spurs them to do it.
I know people want me to lose but that only spurs me on.
18. stimulate transitive verb
To stimulate something means to encourage it to begin or develop further.
This is an attempt to stimulate more interest in these events.
19. urge phrasal verb
If you urge someone on, you encourage them to do something.
Urged on by his mother, he decided to become a doctor.
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Translation of प्रेरित करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary