English to Hindi Dictionary resilient

resilient

लचीला
definition
adjective
Foam is resilient , keeps its shape and comes in a range of densities.
(of a substance or object) able to recoil or spring back into shape after bending, stretching, or being compressed.
translation of 'resilient'
लचनशील,
स्थिति-स्थापक
adjective
तन्यक,
लचकदार,
लचीला
example
US researchers are investigating whether a flexible, 'resilient' gel has the potential to be used as artificial cartilage to repair ailing joints.
Because of the high protein content of bone, it is flexible and 'resilient' as well as hard.
Something like jam doughnuts, they have a tough envelope of cartilage containing a 'resilient' , jelly like substance.
People are very 'resilient' and want to carry on their lives just as they did before.
Africa is a wonderful, diverse continent with an extraordinary, energetic and 'resilient' people.
They were 'resilient' people with strong faith and a firm belief in providence.
Foam is 'resilient' , keeps its shape and comes in a range of densities.
Three values of 'resilient' modulus can be extracted from the permanent strain testing.
Happily, children are 'resilient' and this sort of familial chaos will have no effect on them.
He is a 'resilient' character, but it is an experience which tested his resolve.
Dog sled and snowshoe races were also held when the Arctic winter night drew to an end, enhancing the endurance of a 'resilient' people.
Laboratory experiments show the molecule also has an effect on human cells, making them much more 'resilient' to radiation.
One of the useful touches found on both models is a 'resilient' recoil pad that carries a polymer insert in the heel.
This foundation in turn leads to children developing into resourceful and 'resilient' teenagers and adults.
A less 'resilient' person would have succumbed to depression and retired from music and public life.
Buffalo horns are also more flexible and 'resilient' than cattle horns and provide thicker strips.
They are a hardy and 'resilient' species, a fact evident from their continued existence into the 21st century.
He remains a charming, impeccably polite, good-natured and amazingly 'resilient' man.
Foxes are 'resilient' creatures, and have the ability to increase their population when mortality increases.
When trying events do arise, slow down and ask yourself how a 'resilient' person would respond.
Support surfaces that are made from 'resilient' foam exhibit this type of elastic response.
Just a small portion of this 'resilient' rubber gray matter is all one needs to erase away the problems.
Children can be remarkably adaptable and are more 'resilient' to trauma than older generations.
Air can pass through the foam easily, resulting in a soft, 'resilient' , flexible material.
Soil elastic modulus or 'resilient' modulus can be measured in laboratory using dynamic triaxial tests or resonant column test.
I am a much more confident and 'resilient' person than I was three years ago.
They were 'resilient' people of noble character who knew the line between right and wrong.
I am a strong and 'resilient' person and the fact that I can easily adapt to any situation made me a survivor.
After a bit the dough gets more 'resilient' and when poked with a finger, springs back at you.
True, children are 'resilient' but going through that kind of ordeal is bound to leave some scars.
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