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What is the meaning of both in Hindi?

Meaning of both in Hindi is : दोनों

Definition of word both

  • Each of the two; one and the other. (determiner)
    दोनों में से प्रत्येक; एक और दूसरा।
  • including both (used with and) (conjunction)
    दोनों सहित (और के साथ प्रयोग किया जाता है)

Examples of word both

    • Now he's taking both girls to the supermarket for a list of about five items; I'm not at all sure he's ever taken them *both* since Emer started walking, so it may be an exciting experience for him.
    • Greece is in Europe..but that is Geography..so is Egypt is in Africa…but both are considered Middle Eastern countries…..both are old civilizations linked to each others..and the whole area…
    • He would help them, He would make them both -- _both_ good and great -- great after a pause, as being perhaps not a worthy aspiration.
    • The ritual implies both the knowledge of the law of sacrifice and the proper practice of that law, _both understanding and works_.
    • I have, therefore, thought of the following expedient, which will almost answer the same purpose -- viz. that all power, both _legislative and executive, ecclesiastical and civil_, may be divided among _both sexes_; and that they may be equally capable of sitting in Parliament.
    • You next proceed to form marriages, both in ascending and in descending lines, with cards on the outside of _both_ groups (Rule I).
    • Perhaps the very best guide will be to aim at what will make both head and feet perfectly comfortable, and _both_ of natural heat.
    • “Why, they’re both here, —both the boats, ” said Bob, as he got into the one where Maggie was.
    • "No, sir, if Brother John _or you either, _ should drink one drop of the liquors mentioned and be expelled therefor, you would both be helplessly beyond the pale of the lodge, even though you had _both taken the obligation a thousand times!"
    • First, your faith, and mine; and then, the strength and repose of that other faithfulness, which is round us both; in which—we will _both_ walk, Hazel, shall we not? '