English to Hindi Dictionary incumbent

incumbent

निर्भर
definition
noun
Voters may look back on an incumbent 's performance in office, and cast a retrospective vote, or may compare what the candidates promise to do if elected to office, and vote prospectively.
the holder of an office or post.
adjective
it is incumbent on all decent people to concentrate on destroying this evil
necessary for (someone) as a duty or responsibility.
the incumbent president had been defeated
(of an official or regime) currently holding office.
translation of 'incumbent'
आश्रित,
अवश्यकरणीय,
निर्भर,
अनिवार्य,
पदधारी
noun
पदग्राही,
वृत्ति-भोगी
adjective
अवलंबी
example
The present 'incumbent' is I think magnificent at not being rattled by anything.
In a democracy, on the eve of a quadrennial election, the 'incumbent' government plainly has a motive to encourage the media to report positively on its record but also negatively on the rival.
And while the official results are still coming in it appears 'incumbent' governments across Europe have suffered at the hands of voters.
Needless to say, it implies that the business environment of Korea has deteriorated throughout the final year of the 'incumbent' government.
Eleven years after he took up the Festival's reins, with two more to run on his current contract, he is now the longest-serving 'incumbent' of a post he has described as ‘the best job in the world’.
They were media events, too, staged as much for the international press corps as to put pressure on the 'incumbent' regimes.
Yet, the reform drive should not concentrate only on ousting old faces allegedly responsible for the corruption and misadministraion of the 'incumbent' government.
He visited the eclectic congregation systematically and, with the support of the 'incumbent' , initiated weekly Bible studies, men's meetings and other teaching activities.
They are also calling on the city executive to stop transferring workers who are aligned with political opponents of 'incumbent' officials.
Notwithstanding widespread fears that the President to-be would be a clone of the present 'incumbent' , the reality may be different.
The 'incumbent' officials no doubt feel the need to do something to boost their standing in the eyes of union members increasingly disillusioned with the erosion of conditions.
The GNP is standing at the crossroads, facing a road to a permanent opposition party or being reborn as the main pillar to support national politics as the alternative force of the 'incumbent' regime.
Each year the 'incumbent' officials perform ceremonies to remember the event.
The main party associated with the 'incumbent' regime won only about 15 percent in 1993 and 10 percent in 1995.
Yet, the 'incumbent' government has been generous to the group by taking lenient measures against its members who are on police's wanted list for their unlawful activities over the past years.
Voters may look back on an 'incumbent' 's performance in office, and cast a retrospective vote, or may compare what the candidates promise to do if elected to office, and vote prospectively.
And the 'incumbent' governor of Mississippi is a Democrat.
Thus, in mulling over a formula for my ideal PM, I found it helpful to consider separately the office, the 'incumbent' , the candidate.
Without question, survival is a basic goal of 'incumbent' regimes of all nation-states; North Korea is no exception.
Later Prime Ministers were unwilling to challenge those interests; the present 'incumbent' may be unable to do so.
Unless an 'incumbent' government takes an active interest in improving the supply of public services, benign neglect will inevitably lead to a gradual deterioration.
He is a decent, honest man, though given to prolixity; no genius, but then certainly no worse than the present 'incumbent' .
A provost is the head of the cathedral chapter in a number of the Church of England's more recently created dioceses in which the cathedral is also a parish church and the provost is the 'incumbent' .
Meanwhile, the legislative districts are designed to protect the 'incumbent' .
For 12 months cameras will follow the fortunes of the St Mary Magdalene's, which at present is being looked after by a vicar from a neighbouring parish, as the new 'incumbent' tries to make a difference.
Elections in which an incumbent president is running typically are referenda on the job performance of the 'incumbent' .
It is a small union and it does not take many votes to defeat an 'incumbent' official.
These models essentially confirm that the level of economic pain we are now feeling is not commensurate with voting an 'incumbent' president out of office.
A change in anyone's government gets far more attention than an election that returns the 'incumbent' government to office.
The very idea of the present 'incumbent' supporting a factory occupation is laughable.
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