Meaning of (अशक्त) ashakt in english - (अशक्त) Ashakt meaning 

Meaning of (अशक्त) ashakt in english

As verb : unnerved emaciated
As adverb : weakly
Suggested : feeble or weak in body or health, especially because of age ailing not effectual without satisfactory or decisive effect without sap withered dry physically weak, as from age or sickness frail weak or feeble in constitution not robust sickly
Exampleअशक्त का हिन्दी मे अर्थ

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Usage of अशक्त: 1. Hindi is a weakly inflected language for case 2. By the end of 383 he found his health too feeble to cope with episcopal duties. 3. America's "Drug-Free Zones" are ineffective at keeping youths away from drugs 4. He found himself powerless to help 5. substantively, impotent 6. Children are unable to placate their teacher for their poor conduct. 7. The past participle DEFEATED, AITE, is used as an adjective with a sense of who is shot, emaciated 8. He is continually helpless in the face of his wife's numerous affairs 9. Absolutely, this is an incapable man, quite incapable 10. The weak children of Somalia have angular figure.
(अशक्त) ashakt can be used as noun, verb, adverb or adjective and have more than one meaning. No of characters: 5 including vowels consonants matras. The word is used as Adjective in hindi originated from Sanskrit language . Transliteration : ashakta 
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