English to Hindi Dictionary prevalent


the social ills prevalent in society today
widespread in a particular area at a particular time.
translation of 'prevalent'
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One of the most 'prevalent' crimes in wide-open areas like Wiltshire is theft from cars.
They have perhaps rejected the view of their parents or a 'prevalent' view in society.
So where does it come from, who is responsible and why is it more 'prevalent' today than at any time previously?
Such intrusions are becoming more 'prevalent' in society because of the advance of technology.
Hip fractures are also more 'prevalent' in areas with fluoridated water.
Which, some persons have been heard to observe, is why we have some of the social problems 'prevalent' today.
Scraps of food and paper were evident in in the lane and a strong fishy odour was 'prevalent' in the area.
Although the above only refers to the blogosphere, the same issues are 'prevalent' in other areas of our lives too.
Among this group smoking is less 'prevalent' than in the general population.
Of course, the homophobia 'prevalent' in the general population is the reason why the latents remain latents.
Many such areas are forested, and human activity is generally more 'prevalent' .
Pilots have spoken of the dangerous winds 'prevalent' in the area where the friends were last heard from.
But crime is most 'prevalent' in those urban areas where the multiply disadvantaged dwell.
This is just another example of the insidious prying into peoples' lives that is so 'prevalent' in our society today.
It has two corollaries that challenge conceptions 'prevalent' in some societies and ideologies.
The racism our parent's faced in the past is far less 'prevalent' today than it was decades ago.
Usually, caregiving is taken up as part of the informal set up of the family that is 'prevalent' in society.
A few samples exhibited particularly 'prevalent' areas of endolithic borings around the margins of the rostra.
When not targeting suspected burglars' homes, the squad patrols areas where thefts are 'prevalent' .
Divorce is far more 'prevalent' today, ending nearly half of all marriages compared to little more than a quarter back then.
It seems unnecessary for alcohol to infiltrate every single aspect of life quite so 'prevalently' when many of the kids in class can't even legally buy alcohol.
One major criticism is that I was not always certain that the research referred to the botanical species used most 'prevalently' in Japanese medicine.
Average HIV 'prevalences' in the adult population of most sub-Saharan African countries are 25 percent.
He did ground his teachings in the use of the rapier and started his practicals with the learning of rapier and dagger which were still 'prevalently' used in duels at the time.
Thus, use of current estimates for the 'prevalence' of passive exposure is again conservative.
The former Christian Democrats who now populate parliament - on both sides, though 'prevalently' on the right - have been said to number 330.
The former was used more 'prevalently' in English-language newspapers and tourist pamphlets, the latter for road signs and other government applications.
During the same period, this area of Italian Catholicism underwent enormous transformation, changing from a prevalently formal unified pattern to a 'prevalently' pluralistic movement pattern.
As you'd expect, the audience was 'prevalently' female - the stampede for the loos during the intermission was a sight to see - but that wasn't a big deal.
Ireland currently has the highest 'prevalence' of asthma in Europe and it is still on the increase.
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