English to Hindi Dictionary provocations

provocations

उत्तेजनाओं
definition
noun
you should remain calm and not respond to provocation
action or speech that makes someone annoyed or angry, especially deliberately.
twenty patients had a high increase of serum gastrin after provocation with secretin
testing to elicit a particular response or reflex.
translation of 'Provocations'
noun
उकसावा,
उत्तेजना,
प्रेरण,
संदीपन,
उकसाव,
चिढ़ने का कारण,
उकसाहट
example
As in life, the 'provocations' to feeling or to action do not occur in step with the conscious thoughts of the characters.
These 'provocations' became the pretext for police attacks on peaceful demonstrators.
As they wait for assistance to have the man taken into custody, they studiously ignored taunts and 'provocations' and remained astonishingly polite throughout.
His 'provocations' were always deliberately intended to challenge his readers as well as the establishment.
In 2003, the military, even under government control, staged a series of 'provocations' that undermined the peace talks.
Burnley has become the third northern town to be hit by riots sparked by racist attacks and police 'provocations' in the last month, following Oldham and Leeds.
Particularly in the eighteenth century lexicons were infinitely lively, full of satire, poetry and 'provocations' .
Since then despite many 'provocations' and setbacks the cessation has endured.
Whatever the reasons, whatever the 'provocations' , this is where hatred gets us - innocent people murdered as they go about their ordinary business.
In his radical past, Livingstone may have made a warning about the police using 'provocations' staged by anarchists to step up repressive acts.
It gives rise to verbal 'provocations' such as yelling and cursing, excessive honking of the horn, rude or obscene gestures and threats.
Every one of the major political parties is capable of mobilising gangs to create deliberate 'provocations' in rival strongholds in order to disrupt voting.
The insurgents take advantage of darkness to conduct 'provocations' during armistices or when negotiations are underway.
Well, I think that obviously he controls his security forces and they need to do more to try to make sure that the 'provocations' don't take place.
That gave the police the pretext to use 'provocations' and attack both protesters and local youth.
State forces were mobilized against this growing movement through open police 'provocations' , frame-ups and murders.
Certain people were responsible for stopping conflicts, and there were ways to deal with 'provocations' and ways to make peace.
At the time, he had imposed certain restrictions on himself and would not be induced to react, even once, to their 'provocations' .
Even where not deeply convincing, its shortcomings were 'provocations' to think deeply.
Now, under a variety of 'provocations' , mutiny is brewing.
Alternatively the defence say she may have acted under 'provocation' of a type which reduces murder to manslaughter in law.
Moore and Girling denied murder, but pleaded guilty to manslaughter under 'provocation' .
to do sth without 'provocation'
walking with deliberate 'provocation', she struck a pose, then giggled
So far, we have encountered only two patients who have HCM and vasospastic angina with total occlusion during the acetylcholine 'provocation' test.
the assault had taken place under 'provocation'
despite the 'provocation' of the defenders
he burst into tears at the slightest 'provocation'
In some cases defendants run the two qualified defences of 'provocation' and diminished responsibility in tandem.
the assault had taken place under 'provocation'
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