come to - Meaning in Hindi
Meaning of come to in Hindi
- के लिए आते हैं
- होश में आना
- उत्तराधिकार में पाना
- हरकत न करना
- नोकीला होना
come to Definition
- reach or be brought to a specified situation or result.
come to Example
- His ancestors had come to England as refugees. ( उनके पूर्वज शरणार्थी के रूप में इंग्लैंड आए थे। )
- Poor Emily. Her kinsfolk should come to her. ( गरीब एमिली। उसके परिजन उसके पास आएं। )
- Victory won't come to me unleI go to it. ( विजय मेरे पास नहीं आएगी। )
- Once in a while, I'm off duty and a call comes to someone else but I think the tipster person maybe knows my hours, 'cause it's rare another girl has to answer. ( एक बार जब मैं ड्यूटी से बाहर हो जाता हूं और किसी और को कॉल आता है, लेकिन मुझे लगता है कि टिपस्टर व्यक्ति शायद मेरे घंटे जानता है, क्योंकि इसका कारण एक और लड़की का जवाब देना है। )
- Will you come to my party?
- However, if something worse comes to pass, you will have a choice to make.
- I'm in a hurry, so come to the point.
- I've come to say good-bye.
- She may live an eternity, even if her soul comes to you eventually, Darkyn explained.
- Thank you, so busy, also come to hurt me.
- When did this government come to power?
- She was hesitant about coming forward with her story.
- The day of reckoning is coming for the water company directors.
- We expect to see further improvement over the coming year.
- She didn’t even call to say she wasn’t coming.
- Are you coming to my party?
- Are you coming? Yes or no?
- I don’t want him coming in here and messing around with our computers.
- Is the tide going out or coming in ?
- There is every probability of his coming / that he will come.
- The time has come to stop pretending!
- The records I alone can read with my magic are in this hallway, which is a pain in the ass when it comes to searching for things.
- She had come to enjoy Roberto's luxurious life-style.
- The time had come to drive the goats homeward.
- The demons are planning something, Kris, and hoping someone comes to your rescue is stupid, he returned.
- The dullard's envy of brilliant men is always assuaged by the suspicion that they will come to a bad end.