Claim meaning in hindi | Claim ka matlab 

Claim meaning in hindi

How to pronounce Claim 
Usage of Claim: 1: his claim asked for damages 2: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam each has a special claim on Abraham 3: Many people believe to have seen flying saucers which they claim have come to earth from some other developed civilisations of outer space. 4: His claim to the property is absolutely legitimate. 5: There are some unimportant matters in the newspaper that doesnt claim atten-
6: Now, You cant claim that land as you have lost the property settlement. 7: the dubiousness of his claim 8: Falsify a claim 9: The evidence argues for your claim 10: A strong evidence should be there to claim the accident.
Rupee is stronger than Taka but weaker against Dollar.
Claim ki paribhasha : kisi se yah kahana ki tum amuk padaarth mujhe do kisi vastu ko paane, paas rakhane ya vyavahaar men laane ki yogyata jo nyaay aur lokariti ke anusaar kisi ko praapt ho akhitayaar jaisa—yah puchhane ka adhikaar tumhen nahin hai shabd doosare ke haath se apane haath men karana kisi vastu par adhikaar prakat karane ka kaary sir ke baalon ke bich ki vah rekha jo baalo ko do or vibhakt karake banaayi jaati hai

Claim synonyms
case requirement interest plea suit request assertion application call allegation petition birthright ultimatum lien title reclamation prerogative profession due postulation protestation pretension requisition entreaty declaration privilege part pretense dibs affirmation counterclaim hold challenge defend insist call for collect need take ask believe allege declare knock hit uphold vindicate advance pretend pronounce adduce solicit postulate exact justify pick up pop the question have dibs on something hit up hold out for lay claim to stake out
Claim antonyms
answer reply honesty denial truth disbelieve forsake desert deny reject repudiate conceal hide disclaim abandon quit stop give question 
Usage of Claim in sentences

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