demoralize - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of demoralize in Hindi

  • नैतिक करना
  • नीतिभ्रष्ट करना
  • चरित्र भ्रष्ट करना
  • अनुशासन और उत्साह भंग करना
  • निरुत्साह करना
  • आचार बिगाडना
  • नष्ट करना
  • भ्रष्ट करना
  • हौसला तोड़ना
  • उत्साह भंग करना
  • हिम्मत तोड़ना
  • दूषित करना

demoralize Definition


  • cause (someone) to lose confidence or hope; dispirit.
  • corrupt the morals of (someone).

demoralize Example

  • Demoralize the enemy by tossing one of the remaining sacks over the wall. ( बचे हुए बोरों में से एक को दीवार पर पटककर शत्रु का मनोबल गिराएं। )
  • It is you and the like of you that deprave and demoralize youth and prepare criminals for the gallows. ( यह आप और आप जैसे ही हैं जो युवाओं को भ्रष्ट करते हैं और उनका मनोबल गिराते हैं और अपराधियों को फांसी के लिए तैयार करते हैं। )
  • Each attack is designed to demoralize our people and divide us from one another.  ( प्रत्येक हमले को हमारे लोगों का मनोबल गिराने और हमें एक दूसरे से बांटने के लिए बनाया गया है। )  
  • Is this overconfidence, or a confident leader's bid to demoralize rivals and sway floating votes?  ( क्या यह अति-आत्मविश्वास है, या किसी आत्मविश्वासी नेता की प्रतिद्वंद्वियों का मनोबल गिराने और अस्थायी वोटों को प्रभावित करने की कोशिश है? )

More Sentence

  • A comparatively low level of casualties can demoralize both individual military units and the entire army.  
  • Capturing bin Laden would, it's safe to say, demoralize al Qaeda's remaining leadership far more than killing him has.  
  • Accusations of dishonor demonize and demoralize, making it difficult to compromise, and sapping the motivation to act nobly.  
  • So in addition to being able to demoralize and exhaust you, the book tour can kill you.  
  • They are helping our enemies to demoralize us into giving up.  
  • A method utilized by small, mobile units to harass, weaken, demoralize, and combat larger conventional forces, guerrilla warfare antedates modern history.  
  • The availability of PGMs created in military theorists and authorities the hope that smart bombs could work to demoralize civilian populations where dumb bombs failed.
  • demoralize IX: It would be demoralizing not to believe there is a moral order to the universe.
  • Disgruntled and demoralized, the military has stayed out of politics.
  • In the rest of the country they had not been allowed to reside in the villages, because their habits of keeping vodka-shops and lending money at usurious interest were found to demoralize the peasantry, and even in the towns their numbers and occupations had been restricted by the authorities.
  • It's difficult to see demoralize in a sentence .
  • He died a broken-hearted man, prophesying the inevitable ruin of a nation which he himself had done so much to demoralize.
  • If you don't get those taken care of first, the pain that those problems cause could demoralize you and cause you to fall out of the sport of jogging forever.