Hindi translation of 'hospice'
Word forms: hospices
A hospice is a hospital for people who are dying.मरणासन्न लोगों का अस्पताल mn
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Example Sentences Including 'hospice'
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Another man takes his dog into hospices and care homes so that the residents can stroke him.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Her contribution to the success of the hospice movement is incalculable.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Families complain that a lack of support, local hospice beds or pain management services leaves them no alternative.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
He had taken it home from the hospice and kept it on the mantelpiece in their bedroom.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Home continues to be the preferred place to die, followed by hospices and care homes.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Hospice care is one of the UK's outstanding success stories.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Hospice staff were also reported to be most respectful of the dying.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Hospice staff were said to be in tears when the news of her death was announced.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Hospitals were ranked worse than care homes and hospices for treating dying patients with dignity.The Sun (2016)
I give to local hospice and cancer organisations.The Sun (2013)
I think of the work that goes on in our homeless shelters, hospitals and hospices.The Sun (2016)
I want to raise money for the local hospice.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It is now known that at least one is a hospice.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
It is thought officers will name 13 hospitals - including at least one hospice.The Sun (2013)
It might have been easier for him to have gone into hospital or the hospice; and these options were offered to us.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Money goes to a local hospice.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The hospice at home nurses wanted to move him to a hospice.The Sun (2013)
The report also talks of the benefits of care homes and hospices having gardens that are open to residents.The Sun (2016)
Their plight has turned the spotlight on the lack of funding of the hospice movement.The Sun (2008)
This has been the cornerstone of the hospice movement since it began and an encouraging finding to build on.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
This is the point at which most people would go into hospital or hospice.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
What hits you about them is that it could happen to anyone, and when you visit a hospice you really understand why they need our help.The Sun (2011)
Patients are assured they will not die alone, and family and hospice staff wait with those who are near death.Christianity Today (2000)
They remain at the heart of the hospice movement.Growing Through Loss and Grief (1994)
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'hospice' in Other Languages
British English: hospice NOUN
A hospice is a special hospital for people who are dying, where their practical and emotional needs are dealt with as well as their medical needs.
...a hospice for cancer patients.
- American English: hospice
- Brazilian Portuguese: asilo
- Chinese: 临终关怀医院
- European Spanish: residencia para enfermos terminales
- French: centre de soins palliatifs
- German: PflegeheimfürunheilbarKranke
- Italian: ospizio
- Japanese: ホスピス
- Korean: 호스피스 말기 환자를 위한 병원
- European Portuguese: asilo
- Spanish: residencia para enfermos terminales
Translation of hospice from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary