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What is the meaning of body in Hindi?

Meaning of body in Hindi is : स‌ंग्रह

Definition of word body

  • Physical frame. (noun)
    शारीरिक फ्रेम।
  • To give body or shape to something. (verb)
    किसी चीज को शरीर या आकार देना।

Examples of word body

    • I'm yet to discover a way to convert a top to a body outfit/part, which would address the above problem partially, despite a few token efforts at file renaming (the .bmps exported are preceded with top~ or body~) and hex editing (the .package file refers to the file names it expects to find for the .bmps).
    • Nonverbal communication includes gestures, facial expressions, and body positions (known collectively as “body language”), as well as unspoken understandings and presuppositions, and cultural and environmental conditions that may affect any encounter between people.
    • Through transubstantiation, the bread and wine consumed by worshipers become the body and blood of Jesus when a priest, acting on Jesus’ behalf, speaks the words “This is my body” and “This is my blood” over them.
    • What an absurdity were it, if in the body natural _all were an eye_, or _hand_! for _where_ then _were the hearing, smelling_, &c.; _or if all were one member, where were the body_?
    • Thus ash has two main uses in the body: (_a_) _it aids in building the body_; and (_b_) _it aids in regulating body processes_.
    • The real and practical alliance between the physical and the psychic -- between body and mind -- is better realized; as for instance: You may be seized with _an idea_, or a passion, and it disturbs your _health of body_; you may take indigestible food, or suffer injury or fatigue, and it disturbs your _health of mind_.
    • The visible bodily sheath has had its atoms scattered to the four elements; the etheric body [263] has become separated from the physical molecules whose vital support it formed; the body of passions and desires (_astral body_) has lived for a few years in what
    • These texts suggest more than a mere attachment to the body: they imply _functional activity in the body_.
    • The second cause of absurd assertions I ascribe to the giving of names of ‘bodies’ to ‘accidents, ’ or of ‘accidents’ to ‘bodies, ’ as they do that say ‘faith is infused’ or ‘inspired, ’ when nothing can be ‘poured’ or ‘breathed’ into anything but body; and that ‘extension’ is ‘body, ’ that ‘phantasms’ are ‘spirits, ’ etc.