English to Hindi Dictionary bellwether


भेड़ाओं का राहनुमा
So a bellwether is the head ram with a bell hung around its neck.
the leading sheep of a flock, with a bell on its neck.
translation of 'bellwether'
भेड़ाओं का राहनुमा
Florida's the new 'bellwether' state of this country, and so it's more imperative that the problems get fixed here.
the market's 'bellwether' stock
Whether recent gains can be sustained after that will depend on the ability of financial and other industrial stocks to catch up with 'bellwether' electronics that have led the upturn.
As the world's largest chipmaker, the company is clearly the 'bellwether' for the PC market.
ICI used to be a 'bellwether' of the British manufacturing sector.
Docile as a 'bellwether' sheep, he let himself be led away, and the rest of the castaways crowded close behind him.
In all fairness, there have been a few 'bellwether' albums to emerge from the scene that will no doubt achieve longevity and reiterate the importance of their predecessors.
This is the most demographically chaotic state in the country and, not coincidentally, that's why it's the new 'bellwether' state of this country.
She noticed there were fewer dealers bidding this season for stock, which is not a good 'bellwether' .
There is truly nowhere a sheep will not follow the 'bellwether' .
In the days prior to the announcement the market had been nervous that a set of disappointing figures from the 'bellwether' of the tech stocks could have precipitated a significant drop in share prices.
college campuses are often the 'bellwether' of change
It is a 'bellwether' film in that it illustrates American race and gender inequity more directly and honestly than most Westerns of its time.
This cross section of urban and rural makes Ohio a 'bellwether' state which picks the winner in almost every election.
It is considered a 'bellwether' seat and one the ALP needs to secure if they are to win Government.
Basildon is now the 'bellwether' of Britain's voting behaviour
Government has grown well beyond that point in the United States, making great strides in centralizing and growing political power in the 'bellwether' years of 1861, 1913, 1933, and 1965.
Nationally, Wisconsin is considered a 'bellwether' state because ban opponents here will have considerable lead time to mount an aggressive campaign to stop the amendment.
Some mention the study in 'bellwether' terms, indicating that it's time for more clinical study of over-the-counter treatments in dermatology and other industries.
So a 'bellwether' is the head ram with a bell hung around its neck.
If voters pass it, California - a 'bellwether' state for criminal justice trends - will have among the country's most sweeping DNA sampling policies.
Tech stocks also suffered, despite some positive news concerning two 'bellwethers' .
And since changes in the Arctic are considered 'bellwethers' of what is to come further south, the researchers consider this their most urgent environmental wake-up call to date.
On the way to my rural hideout on the fringes of Kansas City came upon three articles - all in the New York Times - that are 'bellwethers' of the emerging power of integrated, interdisciplinary design.
These are the 'bellwethers' of the chemical industry.
But a very few will become the 'bellwethers' - and redefine the world.
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