bulb - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of bulb in Hindi

  • बल्ब
  • कंद
  • बिजली का लटटू
  • लट्टू

bulb Definition

  • a rounded underground storage organ present in some plants, notably those of the lily family, consisting of a short stem surrounded by fleshy scale leaves or leaf bases and lying dormant over winter. ( कुछ पौधों में मौजूद एक गोल भूमिगत भंडारण अंग, विशेष रूप से लिली परिवार के वे, जो मांसल पैमाने के पत्तों या पत्ती के ठिकानों से घिरे हुए एक छोटे से तने से बने होते हैं और सर्दियों में निष्क्रिय रहते हैं। )
  • an object with a rounded or teardrop shape like a bulb, in particular. ( विशेष रूप से एक बल्ब की तरह गोल या अश्रु आकार के साथ एक वस्तु। )

bulb Example

  • Add the venison bones, garlic bulb , celeriac, carrots, and bacon and sauté until the bacon fat is rendered, about five minutes. ( जब तक बेकन वसा प्रदान नहीं होती है, लगभग पांच मिनट तक वेनसन हड्डियों, लहसुन बल्ब, सीलिएक, गाजर, और बेकन और सॉस जोड़ें। )
  • A bulb syringe to be used to remove mucous from the mouth/nose ( मुंह / नाक से श्लेष्म को हटाने के लिए इस्तेमाल किया जाने वाला एक बल्ब सिरिंज )
  • A wet bulb thermometer is simply a thermometer with the bulb wrapped in moist muslin. ( एक गीला बल्ब थर्मामीटर बस एक थर्मामीटर होता है जिसमें नम नमल में लिपटे बल्ब होते हैं। )
  • Transfer the fish to the serving plate on top of the grilled fennel and sprinkle over any reserved fronds/leaves from the fennel bulb . ( ग्रील्ड सौंफ़ के ऊपर सेवारत प्लेट में मछली को स्थानांतरित करें और सौंफ़ बल्ब से किसी भी आरक्षित मोर्चों / पत्तियों पर छिड़कें। )
  • An additional set of 10, usually monociliary gland cells opens anteriorly and outside of the pharyngeal bulb into the mouth cone lumen. ( 10 का एक अतिरिक्त सेट, आमतौर पर एककोशिकीय ग्रंथि कोशिकाएं पूर्ववर्ती और ग्रसनी बल्ब के बाहर मुंह शंकु लुमेन में खुलती हैं। )

More Sentence

  • Loss of gar - 3 function results in shortened action potentials and brief muscle contractions in the pharyngeal terminal bulb .
  • You would get less mercury in the dropper than you would water if you squeezed the bulb equally in both cases.
  • It is also difficult to identify garlics by appearance, since cloves from the same bulb grow differently in different locations.
  • Fritillaria bulb is known to contain sixteen different alkaloids that comprise up to 0.4% of the herb by weight.
  • The middle-right arrow shows tissue similar to the uterus and ejaculatory bulb cortex.
  • When electricity debuted, people did not know what to do with it, other than light a bulb , but this changed once they realized its unlimited potential.
  • Labels that do not adhere adequately to the bulb syringe could increase the risks of leaving foreign bodies in the surgical wound.
  • Nicola took out a small medicine bottle with a bulb syringe, and began with delicate squeezes of the bulb to collect the moisture that gathered at the corners of the child's eyes.
  • Crookes's tube consisted of a glass bulb , from which most of the air had been removed, encasing two metal plates called electrodes.
  • Gently put the compressed bulb into the open nostril.
  • The third time I arranged things just so, manoeuvred the syringe into my ear, reaching over the top of my head with my left hand, and squeezed the tiny rubber bulb gently.
  • Using a bulb syringe and saline nose drops can also help to keep a baby's nose clear.
  • He observed long processes of sensory neurons coursing into the brain from the retina and olfactory bulb .
  • Remove from the heat and strain through a fine mesh sieve, reserving the garlic bulb separately.
  • The offactory bulb in the nose and the pleasure center of the brain are connected by a direct sensory pathway.
  • For the sense of smell, odors are processed in an area of the brain called the olfactory bulb .
  • Glomus tumor is a vascular neoplasm arising from the paraganglia around the carotid bifurcation, the jugular bulb , or the tympanic arteries.
  • The grains of sand teeter on the edge of the glass bulb .
  • Muscular sphincters may exist anteriorly or posteriorly in the pharyngeal bulb .
  • Another gadget, a simple glass bulb with four small vanes inside, the faces of each painted black or white.
  • Venous hums may be heard in patients with hypertension or abnormally high placement of the jugular bulb .
  • The scrub person drapes the infant warmer with sterile terry cloth towels and ensures that there are two bulb syringes and cord clamps in the warmer.
  • In the other, more sophisticated method, the protruding end of the tube is connected to a bulb made of an animal bladder, a leather bag, or rubber.
  • These neuroendocrine tumors arise from the adventitia of the jugular bulb or the neural plexus within the middle ear space.
  • The lower esophagus and duodenal bulb are common sites of gastric metaplasias occurring as a protective response to the injurious action of gastric acid.