embankment - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of embankment in Hindi


  • तटबंध
  • बांध
  • पुश्ता
  • तट-बंध
  • बंधान
  • भराव

embankment Definition


  • a wall or bank of earth or stone built to prevent a river flooding an area.

embankment Example

  • She finally reached the bottom of the embankment and fell headlong into a bunch of blackberry bushes. ( वह अंत में तटबंध की तह तक पहुँची और ब्लैकबेरी की झाड़ियों के एक झुंड में सिर के बल गिर गई। )
  • The entrance is protected by forts, while a submarine embankment, 2 m. ( प्रवेश द्वार किलों द्वारा संरक्षित है, जबकि एक पनडुब्बी तटबंध, 2 मी। )
  • Bordeaux led his horse down the embankment and Cassie hesitantly followed. ( बोर्डो ने अपने घोड़े को तटबंध के नीचे ले जाया और कैसी ने झिझकते हुए पीछा किया। )
  • There was no sign of the embankment left. ( तटबंध का कोई निशान नहीं बचा था। )

More Sentence

  • He pulled over quickly on a snow embankment.
  • The quartette descended the embankment and disappeared from view.
  • He sprang upon the embankment and peered off toward the enemy.
  • But the tall figure did not appear at either embankment or flank.
  • For the first hundred feet from the embankment his shoes touched grass.
  • Henry saw the brown faces and the embankment coming closer and closer.
  • To his surprise, she passed out of the station on the embankment side.
  • He sat at his desk, overlooking the embankment and the curves of the Charles.
  • The vehicle went off a bridge and rolled over an embankment.
  • Mangled coaches lay in a muddy field below the railway embankment.
  • Twisted coaches lay in a muddy field below the railway embankment.
  • Thousands fled their homes to take shelter on embankments or schools.
  • Peterborough Athletic Club train and compete at the embankment athletics
  • The embankment beyond the bridge widened out.
  • Morgan landed on the side of the embankment and.
  • A great change in the river's course occurred in 1851, when a breach was made in the north embankment near Kaifengfu in Honan.
  • Not less remarkable was the palace of Tezcuco, surrounded with its groves and pleasure-gardens; and, though now hardly anything remains of the buildings above ground, the neighbouring hill of Tezcotzinco still has its stone steps and terraces; and the immense embankment carrying the aqueduct-channel of hewn stone which supplied water to basins cut in the solid rock still remains to prove that the chroniclers' descriptions, if highly coloured, were at any rate genuine.