amass - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of amass in Hindi

  • एकत्र करना
  • संग्रह करना
  • ढेर लगाना
  • आपुंजन करना
  • इकट्ठा करना
  • संचित करना

amass Definition

  • gather together or accumulate (a large amount or number of valuable material or things) over a period of time. ( एक साथ इकट्ठा या जमा (एक बड़ी राशि या मूल्यवान सामग्री या चीजों की संख्या) समय की अवधि में। )

amass Example

  • Traditionally only organizations had the resources to amass large amounts of consumer information. ( परंपरागत रूप से केवल संगठनों के पास बड़ी मात्रा में उपभोक्ता जानकारी प्राप्त करने के लिए संसाधन थे। )
  • In more trials with indigenous plants, his immediate challenge was to amass sufficient quantities of seed so that large areas might be replanted. ( स्वदेशी पौधों के साथ अधिक परीक्षणों में, उनकी तत्काल चुनौती पर्याप्त मात्रा में बीज एकत्र करना था ताकि बड़े क्षेत्रों को दोहराया जा सके। )
  • Yet, it has still managed to amass a huge amount of cash and a reputation as an aggressive and relentless competitor. ( फिर भी, यह अभी भी एक बड़ी मात्रा में नकदी और एक आक्रामक और अथक प्रतिद्वंद्वी के रूप में प्रतिष्ठा हासिल करने में कामयाब रहा है। )
  • They looked upon electoral victory as licence to abuse power, help cronies and amass huge fortunes. ( उन्होंने चुनावी जीत को शक्ति का दुरुपयोग करने, क्रोनियों की मदद करने और विशाल भाग्य हासिल करने के लिए लाइसेंस के रूप में देखा। )

More Sentence

  • But eventually you're out there playing shows all the time, and you amass enough material, and you think it's time to sink or swim and take it seriously.
  • The booksellers are a retired couple although it might be more appropriate to say they are book amassers rather than sellers.
  • ‘They are great amassers of power, which they have leveraged for wealth,’ said one former high-ranking golf administrator.
  • They amassed a number of chances to put victory beyond doubt before half-time.
  • You would be right in saying that just as he has numerous people who seem to hang on his every word, he has also amassed a significant number of critics.
  • By the time the opposition amassed its figures of discrepancy, most of the groups had filed their reports and left.
  • His firm has amassed its billions mainly from large institutional clients and pension funds.
  • Little is known about how he amassed such a huge fortune before his death in 1852 aged 72.
  • Aristotle was an industrious collector who amassed a prodigious quantity of information on a vast variety of topics.
  • I myself am an amasser of many odd and pretty things, so I could appreciate Steven's menagerie quite well.
  • And who was this Evans, this wealthy connoisseur, benefactor and amasser of valuables?
  • The police have amassed a huge amount of evidence which they will now go through.
  • Peirce spent five years studying the case and amassed an astonishing quantity of information.
  • She was herself a stock broker for a number of years, and through her company amassed a fortune.
  • He found the most beautiful ring, and amassed a huge amount of knowledge on the subject.
  • The 23-year-old Swiss rider stormed clear with one kilometre to go as the sprinters were amassing for a bunch finish.
  • But he failed to answer questions that the Treasury had amassed four billion pounds extra in tax through the increases.
  • Since 1997 he has amassed a vast store of knowledge as a maverick manufacturer of beautifully crafted racing motorcycles.
  • The 1,600 troops taking part began amassing around St James's Palace in the early hours of the morning and the procession began to move at 6am as the sun came up.
  • A group, which even has its own website, is amassing in a region called Sulawesi.
  • I am pleased to report that the chest of drawers is indeed still white on the top and that I seem to have amassed a hefty quantity of necklaces.
  • Many gasps were heard from a small crowd that had amassed above him, as he brought the sword to his side and faced his enemy.
  • The £11 cash value of a single ticket was then removed, and the money was amassed over a long period of time.
  • He amassed a fortune through dubious means, yet cracked down on corruption
  • Walker is an amasser of information and a controller of data.