English translation of प्रेरणा
प्रेरणाPowered by COBUILD /prerana/
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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. impetus uncountable noun
Something that gives a process impetus or gives it an impetus makes it happen or progress more quickly. ⇒ The bank loan gave me the impetus to set up my business.
3. incentive variable noun
An incentive is something that encourages you to do something. ⇒ ...tax incentives for companies that create jobs.
4. incitement variable noun
5. inducement countable noun
An inducement is something which might persuade someone to do a particular thing. ⇒ We were offered financial inducements to tell our story to the newspapers.
6. inspiration uncountable noun
Inspiration is a feeling of excitement and enthusiasm gained from new ideas. ⇒ Diana played extremely well giving a lot of inspiration to other women.
7. motivation uncountable noun
If you have the motivation to do something, you feel determined to do it. ⇒ The players were tired and lacked motivation.
8. spur singular noun
Something that acts as a spur encourages someone to do something or makes something happen faster or sooner. ⇒ This success has given him a spur to show the world what he can do.
9. stimulation uncountable noun ⇒ ...the mental stimulation of an interesting job.
10. stimulus variable noun
A stimulus is something that encourages activity in people or things. ⇒ In the United States the Civil War gave a great stimulus to industrialization.
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Translation of प्रेरणा from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary