seek - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of seek in Hindi

  • मांगना
  • तलाश करना
  • ढूंढना
  • सुराग लगाना
  • खोजना
  • मांगना
  • प्रयास करना
  • प्रार्थना करना
  • अनुसरण करना
  • इच्छा करना

seek Definition

attempt to find (something). ( (कुछ) खोजने का प्रयास। )

seek Example

  • Many affected people do not seek help from professionals. ( कई प्रभावित लोग पेशेवरों की मदद नहीं लेते हैं। )
  • Your willingness to seek training beyond the studio's requirements sends a very strong message. ( स्टूडियो की आवश्यकताओं से परे प्रशिक्षण लेने की आपकी इच्छा एक बहुत मजबूत संदेश भेजती है। )
  • Despite this, many people do not seek help for their problems. ( इसके बावजूद, कई लोग अपनी समस्याओं के लिए मदद नहीं मांगते हैं। )

More Sentence

  • He's agreed to seek counseling, but I believe it's too late.
  • If skin is badly torn or if bleeding persists, apply pressure to stop the bleeding, then seek medical help.
  • they came here to seek shelter from biting winter winds
  • He advised couples who suspected they may be growing apart to seek counselling early.
  • Their only shelter is an abandoned trench, where they rest and seek refuge, but little do they know that their nightmare has only just begun.
  • They seek to establish their own state to oppress people, legally and officially.
  • it's his job to seek out new customers
  • to seek compensation
  • If anything serious happens to you or a person for whom you have responsibility, or you have any medical concerns, you should seek advice from a medical professional.
  • People concerned should seek medical attention when early symptoms set in.
  • In such situations, it is understandable that parents should seek an explanation, in a vain attempt at closure.
  • I've tried to get him to accept my advice that he should seek medical help, but he persists.
  • However, if parents do have concerns about their child's health, they should seek medical advice as soon as possible.
  • Spotting a small group of shoppers seeking protection from the cold in a bus shelter, he turns his megaphone in their direction.
  • Today the opposite applies: the patient seeks information and advice and then decides on the treatment he or she would like.
  • The fourth area of concern was the legal status of asylum seekers held in state prisons.
  • Dom raced back to Don and explained that there was a boy who sought food and shelter.
  • Things won't be much better for asylum seekers who are lucky enough not to have been imprisoned.
  • The council said it would not pursue legal costs against parents who sought a judicial review on the closure.
  • The company has been actively seeking clarification regarding the status of the company.
  • Many cards were outdated as people moved to new jobs, forcing him to seek them out before starting all over again.
  • Rather, such evidence is not unearthed because of the lack of the will to seek it out .
  • In May, he turned up in Baghdad seeking medical treatment, U.S. officials later learned.
  • Mixed-breed dogs, once the domain of US animal shelters, are being sought by an increasing number of Americans looking for special pooches.
  • Realizing that the city was far too crowded to find shelter, they sought a hiding place in the woods.
  • In none of the transfer cases which have been cited to us had the consent of the man been sought or obtained.
  • It is thought that fewer than 20% of sufferers with moderate to severe symptoms have sought medical advice.