Meaning of deliberate in Hindi is : संविमर्श करना
Definition of word deliberate
Done on purpose; intentional. (adjective)
To consider carefully. (verb)
Examples of word deliberate
After what she calls a deliberate campaign to keep her from meeting performance targets â including by giving her an out-of-the-way desk where customers couldn't find her â she was fired in August, according to her complaints.
LEHRER: Well, in my book I profiled some pilots and talk about how pilots learn to practice what they call deliberate calm, and the other thing that gets back to why they practice in flight simulators.
In my not-so-humble opinion, there are a number of distinct examples of that sort of thing, but one of the most annoying is what I call the deliberate misunderstanding of your point.
She's accusing the Bush administration of what she calls deliberate neglect.
Du Toit, who has been in jail since April 2002, told the judge he would not have a fair trial because of what he termed the deliberate delay tactics used by the prosecution.
The report also notes what it calls deliberate and continuous absenteeism "perpetrated in order to engage in remunerative work outside the public service".
Stofile said he had been shocked to learn of Tanana's remarks and would seek legal opinion on what he called deliberate slander.
Prime Minister Ahmed Abdou, in a radio address Thursday, blamed what he called deliberate "destabilization" on "elements opposed to the regime."
Africa's development, and he condemned what he described as a deliberate campaign by the West to destroy Nigeria.