English To Hindi

What is the meaning of as in Hindi?

Meaning of as in Hindi is : मानो

Definition of word as

  • A libra. (noun)
    पीसने के लिए।
  • To such an extent or degree. (adverb)
    इतनी हद तक या हद तक।
  • In the same way that; according to what. (conjunction)
    उसी तरह; किस के अनुसार।
  • Introducing a basis of comparison, with an object in the objective case. (preposition)
    वस्तुनिष्ठ मामले में किसी वस्तु के साथ तुलना का आधार प्रस्तुत करना।

Examples of word as

  • "Very good," interrupted Jack; "but the words 'when' and 'as soon as' imply a great deal; _when_, or _as soon as_, we know anything, the mystery of course disappears.
  • But one of the main problems with criticism in general is that as an obligatory gesture it has to take whatever its object is *as* itself.
  • In all of our countries women have been in the� forefront of the struggle for freedom and liberation, not� only for themselves but for others, as well as� themselves, to create democracies instead of� hypocrisies which seek to deny them equality.
  • June 19, 2010 at 3:08 am reedin to teh deff and performin a mym sho to teh blynd – feeding teh nakey and cloevin teh hungrees – werkin at teh LCB soop kitchin…..as far as yu kno!
  • If i had the money or networking to make a perfume then i sure as hell would do it and then lay naked while some hott as* model sprayed it on me and call that perfume “sex in a bottle” meow. jk. but really shes hot and has a hot body so flaunt it while it looks good.
  • The recall — by far the largest refrigerator safety recall — involves certain side-by-side and top-freezer models made by Maytag under its own brand as well as  Jenn-Air, Amana, Admiral, Magic Chef, Performa by Maytag, and Crosley.
  • But that is not the same as seeing it as * the same as* Christian marriage.
  • Green Square and Mascot Suburban are part of the airport line and attract higher fares, though not _as_ high as the two airport stops.
  • In the fuller passage it sounds to me as though Obama is arguing that the civil rights movement had so many successes through the courts that they began to rely on the courts to provide redistribution of wealth -- which was a tragedy _as a strategy_, because it curtailed on-the-ground measures that could have brought about redistributions by other means, without the involvement of courts.