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What is the meaning of reform in Hindi?

Meaning of reform in Hindi is : सुधारना

Definition of word reform

  • Amendment of what is defective, vicious, corrupt, or depraved; reformation; as, reform of elections; reform of government. (noun)
  • To put into a new and improved form or condition; to restore to a former good state, or bring from bad to good; to change from worse to better; to amend; to correct; as, to reform a profligate man; to reform corrupt manners or morals. (verb)
  • To return to a good state; to amend or correct one's own character or habits; as, a person of settled habits of vice will seldom reform. (verb)
  • To form again or in a new configuration. (verb)

Examples of word reform

  • The truth is that what we\'ve been calling health reform doesn\'t really \ "reform\" the system at all.
  • Action Alert: Feinstein 'election reform' bill hearings next week! yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Action Alert: Feinstein \'election reform\' bill hearings next week! '
  • “We do not use the term reform school,” Annie explains.
  • But thanks to the mudslinging campaign in Denver, we are seeing the term "reform" hijacked, with it now being distorted to mean everything from defunding neighborhood schools to demonizing teachers to siphoning money out of public education entirely.
  • But thanks to the mudslinging campaign in Denver, we are seeing the term "reform" hijacked, with it now being distorted to mean everything from defunding neighborhood schools to demonizing teachers to siphoning money out of public education entirely.
  • There are so many things that will have to be tackled, and they have to be reformed, in the right sense of the term "reform," not just a superficial one, but deep reform that would bring back--compensate for what we have lost for so many years and build a new Egyptian society.
  • But thanks to the mudslinging campaign in Denver, we are seeing the term "reform" hijacked, with it now being distorted to mean everything from defunding neighborhood schools to demonizing teachers to siphoning money out of public education entirely.
  • But thanks to the mudslinging campaign in Denver, we are seeing the term "reform" hijacked, with it now being distorted to mean everything from defunding neighborhood schools to demonizing teachers to siphoning money out of public education entirely.
  • As the former chairman of the House Education Committee, I have been closely watching this crucial campaign unfold, and I have been increasingly dismayed by those who have tried to shroud an anti-public-education agenda under the veneer of the term "reform."
  • As the former chairman of the House Education Committee, I have been closely watching this crucial campaign unfold, and I have been increasingly dismayed by those who have tried to shroud an anti-public-education agenda under the veneer of the term "reform."
 

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