English to Hindi Dictionary exaggeration


it would be an exaggeration to say I had morning sickness, but I did feel queasy
a statement that represents something as better or worse than it really is.
translation of 'exaggeration'
The interpretation of the city's controlled power cuts by the newspaper as representing apocalyptic cracks in Shanghai's foundations was a gross 'exaggeration' .
It also represents an 'exaggeration' of the president's military role.
he was prone to 'exaggeration'
The statement was an 'exaggeration' of course, but Mama never admitted to anything less than perfection.
Here the play took off, and the 'exaggeration' of the suits, which their hyperbolic language, seemed apt to text and production.
Satire is an 'exaggeration' of the truth, not the mockery of falsehood.
it would be an 'exaggeration' to say I had morning sickness, but I did feel queasy
This is an exaggeration, but it may not be a gross 'exaggeration' , so far as general observations about the human condition are concerned.
What is of note from some of these is the 'exaggeration' which leads to half-truth or lies that is being communicated.
he was prone to 'exaggeration'
My concern now is if that is an exaggeration the remedies they are suggesting could be an 'exaggeration' so the cuts will cut deeper than necessary.
it would be an 'exaggeration' to say I had morning sickness, but I did feel queasy
Beneath the cinematic 'exaggerations' and over-statements, there lies a vein of historical truth.
For their credulity, they are showered with lies, 'exaggerations' and half-truths, all of which find a sizable percentage of proponents among the voters.
A cursory review of the reportage in this conflict reveals misinformation, disinformation, mistakes, 'exaggerations' , lies and propaganda flowing freely in all directions.
However, the mechanism by which they form is poorly understood, and they were dismissed for a long time as 'exaggerations' or fibs told by sailors.
It was of a whole class exaggerating its profits and then coming to believe its own 'exaggerations' .
And it is part of a pattern of exaggerations about 'exaggerations' which is taking a bad turn in this campaign.
Such statements are designed 'exaggerations' not worthy of belief.
I think it's a series of half-truths, 'exaggerations' , reassurances that weren't the case, to get us into conflict by the spring, and I think that commitment had been made by the previous summer.
Even worse, while typographical errors were maintained, a sprinkling of unfounded 'exaggerations' were inserted to strengthen the claims made in the thesis.
Police have misinterpreted facts and made 'exaggerations' that are misleading.
Your crusade to unseat them by peddling 'exaggerations' and half-truths lowers you to their level.
This doesn't include any distortions, half-truths, or 'exaggerations' , or any lies told by senior figures in the administration.
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