Meaning of BREED in Hindi
Meaning of breed in Hindi
- कुल(Pr. kul)
- वंश(Pr. vansh wansh)
- झोल(Pr. jhol zhol)
- नस्ल(Pr. nasl)
- खानदान(Pr. khanadan)
- नसल(Pr. nasal)
- अभिजाति(Pr. abhijati abhijaati abhizati)
- पैदा करना(Pr. paida karana paidaa karanaa)
- पालना(Pr. palana paalanaa)
- पालन पोषण करना(Pr. palan poshan karana paalan poshan karanaa)
- बढ़ाना(Pr. badhana badhanaa)
- पाल(Pr. पोषण करना - palan-poshan karana paalan-poshan karanaa)
- उत्पन्न करना(Pr. utpann karana utpann karanaa)
- जनना(Pr. janana jananaa zanana)
- निर्माण करना(Pr. nirman karana nirman karanaa)
- कारण होना(Pr. karan hona kaaran honaa)
- उत्पादन करना(Pr. utpadan karana utpaadan karanaa)
- जन्म देना(Pr. janm dena janm denaa zanm dena)
- शिक्षा देना(Pr. shiksha dena shikshaa denaa)
- प्रशिक्षित करना(Pr. prashikshit karana prashikshit karanaa)
- प्रसव करना(Pr. prasav karana prasav karanaa prasaw karana)
Meaning of BREED in English
- To produce as offspring; to bring forth; to bear; to procreate; to generate; to beget; to hatch.
- To take care of in infancy, and through the age of youth; to bring up; to nurse and foster.
- To educate; to instruct; to form by education; to train;
- To engender; to cause; to occasion; to originate; to produce; as, to breed a storm; to breed disease.
- To give birth to; to be the native place of; as, a pond breeds fish; a northern country breeds stout men.
- To raise, as any kind of stock.
- To produce or obtain by any natural process.
- To bear and nourish young; to reproduce or multiply itself; to be pregnant.
- To be formed in the parent or dam; to be generated, or to grow, as young before birth.
- To have birth; to be produced or multiplied.
- To raise a breed; to get progeny.
- A race or variety of men or other animals (or of plants), perpetuating its special or distinctive characteristics by inheritance.
- Class; sort; kind;
- A number produced at once; a brood.
Examples and usage
To better understand the meaning of BREED, certain examples of its usage are presented.Examples from famous English prose on the use of the word BREED
"And we heard he's asking for wages now! Yeah, well, yeh get weirdos in every breed."
- The word/phrase 'breed' was used by 'J. K. Rowling' in 'Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire'.
"I'm going to see if I can breed from it."
- 'J. K. Rowling' has used the breed in the novel Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix Book.
"Did Hagrid breed you, like the Thestrals?' asked Dean eagerly."
- To understand the meaning of breed, please see the following usage by J. K. Rowling in Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix Book.
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Usage of "BREED": Examples from famous English Poetry
"That may our comfort breed:"
- This term breed was used by Edmund Spenser in the Poem Epithalamion.
"Desire can make, or sorrows breed."
- This term breed was used by Henry King, Bishop of Chichester in the Poem Exequy on his Wife.
"Such a breed of mighty men"
- This term breed was used by W. E. Henley in the Poem England, My England.
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