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impulse meaning in Hindi

[ 'impʌls ] sound:
impulse sentence in Hindi
Noun
प्रयोजन
प्रवर्तन
प्रेरणा
लालसा
संवेग
आवेगी
असर
आवेग
उत्तेजना
उमंग
कारण
चाल
धक्का
प्रभाव
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Examples

  1. And the 11-year-old, one impulse on the whole phrase.
    और ग्यारह-साल वाला, पूरी लाइन में सिर्फ एक स्पंदन डालता है.
  2. And the second with an impulse every other note.
    और अगली बार हर दूसरे स्वर पर एक स्पंदन था.
  3. What actually happened was the impulses were reduced.
    असलियत में ये हुआ कि गतियाँ कम हो गयीं.
  4. put an impulse on every four notes.
    हर चार स्वरों पर एक स्पंदन डालता था.
  5. start sending electrical impulses
    बिजली के तरंग भेजना शुरू कर देती हैं
  6. with an impulse on every note.
    तो हर स्वर पर एक गति थी, एक स्पंदन था.
  7. her fathers first impulse,
    तब उसके बाप की प्रथम उत्तेजना,
  8. The creative impulse as well as the spirit of enquiry was almost exhausted .
    रचनात्मक अंत : प्रेरणा तथा निरीक्षण की भावना प्राय : समाप्त हो चुकी थी .
  9. In the early 1990s , the separatist impulses of the Uyghurs - a Muslim people of Turk ethnicity - manifested themselves as terrorism .
    नबे के दशक के शुरू में उइगर के अलगाववादी तत्वों-तुर्क मुसलमानों-ने आतंकवाद का रास्ता अपनाया .
  10. There is a general slowing of responses in the elderly ; reflexes become more sluggish and the speed of conduction of impulses in the nerves gets slightly slowed down .
    हां , वृद्ध लोगों में प्रत्यु
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Meaning

noun.
  1. the act of applying force suddenly; "the impulse knocked him over"
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  2. an impelling force or strength; "the car''s momentum carried it off the road"
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  3. the electrical discharge that travels along a nerve fiber; "they demonstrated the transmission of impulses from the cortex to the hypothalamus"
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  4. (electronics) a sharp transient wave in the normal electrical state (or a series of such transients); "the pulsations seemed to be coming from a star"
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  5. a sudden desire; "he bought it on an impulse"
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  6. an instinctive motive; "profound religious impulses"
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Related Words

  1. impudence
  2. impudent
  3. impudently
  4. impugn
  5. impugnment
  6. impulse cartridge
  7. impulse circuit
  8. impulse clock
  9. impulse fear
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