Consequence meaning in hindi | Consequence ka matlab 

Consequence meaning in hindi

How to pronounce Consequence 
Usage of Consequence: 1: a novel of almost mythic consequence 2: As a consequence of this 3: As a consequence of the Mexican-American War 4: As a consequence of increased human contact with host and vector 5: As a consequence of this trend 6: As a consequence of this trend 7: Another consequence was an expansion of freshwater environments 8: Another consequence was an expansion of freshwater environments 9: Testing in this context has no clinical consequence 10: Another consequence of these circumstances is the fact
Consequence ki paribhasha : vah sthaan jahaaan se kisi vastu ka ant ho kisi padaarth ka bhaara, taul ya naap aadi raaja ka apane laabh ya kar aadi ke liye praja ko duःkh dena adhik aavashyak ya parinaamajanak vanaspati men honevaala vah bich athava poshak dravy ya goode se paripoorn bijakosh jo kisi vishisht RRitu men phoolon ke aane ke baad utpann hota hai itana maan ya adhikaar ki jo baat chaahe kar ya kara sake vah pratishtha ya maanasoochak pad jo raajy athava kisi snstha aadi ki or se kisi yogy vyakti ko milata hai kisi vyakti ki apani pratikrati ya moorti ek roop ya avastha ko chhodkar doosare roop ya avastha ko praapt hona

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Consequence synonyms
reaction effect repercussion aftermath issue end sequence outgrowth sequel payback upshot spin-off event bottom line can of worms chain reaction follow through aftereffect fallout follow-up waves need magnitude value concern renown account momentousness exigency weight note pith reputation interest repute fame signification honor portent weightiness standing dignity stature rank state position cachet distinction eminence prestige notability
Consequence antonyms
source commencement inception insignificance worthlessness cause origin beginning rise start unimportance ill repute triviality lowliness 
Usage of Consequence in sentences

The word is used as noun in english grammar. The word can be used as noun, verb or adverb in hindi and have more than one meaning. . 
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