English translation of 'समर्थन'
lobby transitive or intransitive verb
To lobby a member of a government means to try to persuade them that a particular thing should be done.
The firm had been lobbying for a change in the law since 1995.
2. mn/samarthana, samarthan/
1. advocate transitive verb, countable noun
If you advocate a particular action or plan, or if you are an advocate of it, you support it publicly.[formal]
He advocates fewer government controls on business.
2. approval uncountable noun
If someone has your approval, you like and admire them.
3. backing uncountable noun
Backing is money, resources, or support given to a person or organization.
Mr Bach set up his own business with the backing of his old boss.
4. endorsement countable noun
...the committee's endorsement of the idea.
5. favour uncountable noun
If you regard something or someone with favour, you like or support them.
The changes found favour with most people.
6. support transitive verb, uncountable noun
If a fact supports a statement or a theory, or if it provides support for it, it helps to show that it is true or correct.
History offers some support for this view.
7. support transitive verb, uncountable noun
If you support someone or their aims, or if you give them your support, you agree with them, and perhaps try to help them because you want them to succeed.
He thanked everyone who had supported the strike.
Only 60 clubs expressed their support for the scheme.
8. sympathy uncountable noun
If you take some action in sympathy with someone else, you do it in order to show that you support them.
The union has called for a nationwide strike in sympathy with the KBS workers.
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Translation of समर्थन from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary