English to Hindi Dictionary orchestrating

orchestrating

आर्केस्ट्रेटिंग
definition
verb
Among its new product features is Arrange, a function enabling the use of artificial intelligence to arrange and orchestrate music automatically.
arrange or score (music) for orchestral performance.
the developers were able to orchestrate a favorable media campaign
arrange or direct the elements of (a situation) to produce a desired effect, especially surreptitiously.
translation of 'orchestrating'
verb
आर्केस्ट्रा करना
example
Irwin is credited with 'orchestrating' the successful campaign last year that returned Marolt to office after a four-year hiatus.
Two years later, ten weeks before his death, Mozart told his wife he was 'orchestrating' the rondo finale for his friend Anton
Marian Maloney Higgins, head of the hairdressing college is 'orchestrating' the hair style element of the show.
To boost revenue, Pyott is 'orchestrating' a major shift in the company's product mix.
At least, listening to his account, a composer would probably know how to go about 'orchestrating' the work.
Almost every call was less about chatting than about arranging and 'orchestrating' the logistics of family and home life.
I spent more time 'orchestrating' my next score than looking for work.
Both leaders played a major part in 'orchestrating' the EU's pledge at the Lisbon summit in March to copy US-style labour market flexibility.
Barber's skill in assembling and 'orchestrating' this 17-minute work is beyond question.
Busby was originally accused of 'orchestrating' a hoax letter-bomb campaign against English people living in Scotland in the mid-1990s.
The combatants so far proved incapable of ending the civil war, working toward rebuilding the civic and state institutions and 'orchestrating' a comprehensive plan for rehabilitation.
It's a bit disturbing that I was laughing hysterically at a leader who's 'orchestrating' the death of thousands, including our own people.
The Federal Government denies it's been 'orchestrating' a smear campaign.
The chairman of a credit union that fired its two managers for misconduct has been accused of 'orchestrating' a campaign to blacken their names.
There are a number of firms in Washington whose business it is to 'orchestrate' phony letter writing campaigns on behalf of pricey clients.
Three of the works have been 'orchestrated' by Panula himself to good effect.
Now the question is whether Scheid can 'orchestrate' a winning score for Janus.
Phoenix needs its maestro to 'orchestrate' its attack, especially with Cassell on the other side.
It's well co-ordinated and the instrumentation is brilliantly 'orchestrated' .
It is a way of gauging the sophistication with which Newman evoked specific times and places when he 'orchestrated' and arranged the finished tracks.
Edmunds has 'orchestrated' several campaigns for Mr Baildon but this one has a new flavour.
And yet even here Gould does not merely 'orchestrate' hymns.
He also 'orchestrates' the hourlong setup, plus the sound check and break down.
The organisation had been poised to benefit from a massive campaign 'orchestrated' by the Daily Record.
There is no doubt that the singing and the rest of the score are beautifully performed and 'orchestrated' .
Remember that the Divine has a keen sense of rhythm in helping to 'orchestrate' your life.
It was set to five piano pieces 'orchestrated' by Glazunov and unlike the final version was Polish rather than Romantic in character.
I believe Bloch also 'orchestrated' it, and it shows up once in a blue moon on concert programs.
Among its new product features is Arrange, a function enabling the use of artificial intelligence to arrange and 'orchestrate' music automatically.
Gloria is not only a multi-instrumentalist (she plays violin and piano) but she also arranges and 'orchestrates' all the music of Rua.
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