English translation of आदेश
आदेशPowered by COBUILD /adesha/
Definitions and Translations
mn/adesha, ådesha, aadesha, ådesh, adesh, aadesh/
1. command transitive verb, countable noun
If you command someone to do something, or if you give them a command to do it, you order them to do it. ⇒ 'Follow me,' he commanded. ⇒ The dog owner will then give the command 'Forward'.
2. edict countable noun
An edict is a command given by someone in authority. [formal]
3. order transitive verb, countable noun
If someone in authority orders something, orders you to do something, or gives you an order, they tell you to do something. ⇒ The President has ordered a full investigation. ⇒ He ordered his men to stop shooting. ⇒ She was fined £1,200 for disobeying orders.
4. order countable noun
An order is something that you ask to be brought or sent to you, and that you are going to pay for. ⇒ The waiter returned with their order.
5. ruling countable noun
A ruling is an official decision made by a judge or court. ⇒ We wish to challenge the ruling in a higher court.
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Translation of आदेश from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary