Hindi translation of 'slander'
slander/ˈslɑːndə, ˈslæn- ˈस्लान्डअ, ˈस्लैन्-/
Word forms: slanders, slandering, slandered
2. transitive verb
1. variable noun
Slander is an untrue spoken statement about someone which is intended to damage their reputation.मिथ्यापवाद mnझूठी निंदा nf
He has accused his former wife of slander.
2. transitive verb
If someone slanders you, they make untrue spoken statements about you in order to damage your reputation.झूठा कलंक लगानामिथ्यापवाद फैलाना
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At what point does it become slander or libel?The Times Literary Supplement (2011)
It is impossible to keep libel and slander hidden in one country as before, thanks to the internet.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
He is mournful about such matters, which in my opinion, amount to libel and slander.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
If it fails, there should be mandatory suits for slander or libel, depending on which medium the errant manager uses.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
We have lawyers; we try not to libel or slander; to keep objective.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
It will show itself in that goading of other people, gossip and slander.Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: slander NOUN
Slander is an untrue spoken statement about someone which is intended to damage their reputation.
He is now suing the company for slander.
British English: slander VERB
To slander someone means to say untrue things about them in order to damage their reputation.
He has been questioned on suspicion of slandering the Prime Minister.
Translation of slander from the Collins English to Hindi