English to Hindi Dictionary permanently


his lungs are permanently damaged
in a way that lasts or remains unchanged indefinitely; for all time.
translation of 'permanently '
पक्‍की तौर पर,
टिकाऊपन से,
चिरकालिक रूप में
स्थायी रूप में,
स्थिरता से,
They remain 'permanently' plugged in to the rhythmical beat.
we need to be 'permanently' vigilant
The 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster, which spilled 11 million gallons into Alaska's pristine Prince William Sound, is 'permanently' imprinted in the public consciousness.
The plan would lead to a 'permanently' larger role for government.
Each side also had permission to destroy 15 missiles and launchers by disabling, then 'permanently' exhibiting them in museums and similar facilities.
Without developing the discipline and self-awareness to judge themselves, dancers can remain 'permanently' disempowered and under the control of others.
he was 'permanently' marked
Even if our articles will initially be few, they will be free, 'permanently' available and not require registration before reading.
For $5,000, a Texan even agreed to have an advertisement 'permanently' tattooed on the back of his head.
When I turn off the PC the light on the optical mouse remains on 'permanently' .
The populace lives in fear of the lights going out 'permanently' .
we need to be 'permanently' vigilant
A botched attempt can leave a person seriously damaged, even 'permanently' disabled.
He claims to have a document from a court allowing him to work in the United States 'permanently' .
they settled there 'permanently'
The station was reopened in 1960, rebuilt in 1961 by BAS and then occupied 'permanently' until its final closure in February 1975.
Lockss is both a web cache and a web crawler; the cache never gets flushed and the crawler is 'permanently' scavenging.
These days being female can feel like 'permanently' shopping for your four-year-old daughter's birthday party.
Furthermore, a retaliatory fishery runs the risk of 'permanently' decimating already-fragile salmon runs.
At the Battle of Gettysburg he was severely wounded, 'permanently' crippling his left arm.
Applying the precautionary principle to a change amounts to 'permanently' prohibiting it.
his lungs are 'permanently' damaged
With Republicans back in control of the U.S. Senate, the push is already on to 'permanently' repeal the federal estate tax.
Thousands of tons of rocky debris were dumped into valleys, 'permanently' burying more than 700 miles of mountain streams.
his lungs are 'permanently' damaged
'Permanently' in motion, he seemed to fear what he might discover in the calm stillness of introspection.
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