English to Hindi Dictionary destabilize


the discovery of an affair can destabilize a relationship
upset the stability of; cause unrest in.
These terrorist groups seek to 'destabilize' entire nations and regions.
the discovery of an affair can 'destabilize' a relationship
It was something like a planned experiment in how bribes might be used to 'destabilize' a government considered unfriendly to the US.
the discovery of an affair can 'destabilize' a relationship
Their leaders would be investigated for 'destabilising' the economy and union members would be disciplined or sacked.
The government has accused labour unions of trying to 'destabilise' the country, after they broke off negotiations on Friday.
The US is the primary force within world capitalism for the 'destabilization' of international economic, political and military relations.
Nothing 'destabilizes' paramilitaries more than democracy and the people having choice.
It was aimed at 'destabilising' the republic and preparing a coup, should the Communist Party come to power.
This occurred at a time when the government was under 'destabilizing' military and economic pressure.
There are emergency powers to deal with 'destabilizing' unrest.
Political and sectarian violence 'destabilized' the new state from the outset.
Even the previous military dictatorships were reluctant to increase fuel prices due to the 'destabilisation' it would cause.
They're vulnerable forms of government, as you know, because a parliamentary government is inherently subject to 'destabilization' .
It is stupid to say that this is the work of parties, ideologies or subversive and 'destabilizing' agents from Cuba and Venezuela.
It won't damage the country or 'destabilise' the Middle East.
The state of almost permanent warfare within the establishment is 'destabilising' every aspect of government.
But having started, they must now succeed in stabilising the euro without 'destabilising' the dollar.
We have a Presidency, an executive power, which cannot be 'destabilized' by a parliamentary destabilization.
The rebellion was financed by US imperialism as part of its Cold War operations aimed at 'destabilising' the Soviet Union.
Undoubtedly the corruption scandal is being used by these forces to 'destabilise' the government and whip it into line.
He said the motive of the killers was sinister and aimed at 'destabilising' the country.
But they had no intention of promoting socialist revolutions, which would have 'destabilised' the position of the bureaucracy in the Soviet Union.
The relationship has come to dominate British debates affecting domestic and foreign issues and has 'destabilized' both Labour and Conservative parties.
The cost of the war fueled social discontent and ultimately led to a major economic crisis and the 'destabilization' of capitalist governments throughout the world.
The soft underbelly of Europe, the Balkans, which is constantly being 'destabilized' , is a great weakening of all of European civilization.
The appointment of the special prosecutor gave the right precisely the ammunition it needed to further the 'destabilization' of the administration.
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