Abandon– తెలుగు అర్ధం

పరిత్యజించిన

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Abandon – పరిత్యజించిన

Abandon in Telugu: పరిత్యజించిన

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Part of speech: noun

Plural: Abandon (పరిత్యజించిన)

Definition in English:cease to support or look after (someone); desert.

Definition in Telugu:(ఎవరైనా) మద్దతు లేదా చూడండి కోల్పోవు; ఎడారి.

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Examples in English:

  • We had to abandon our plan.
  • He abandoned all hope.

Examples in Telugu:

  • మేము మా ప్రణాళికను విడిచిపెట్టవలసి వచ్చింది.
  • అతను అన్ని ఆశను వదలివేసాడు.

Synonyms for Abandon

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Synonyms in Teluguవదిలి,విడిచి.
Synonyms in Englishleave,quit.

Antonyms for Abandon

in Teluguఉంచేందుకు,కొనసాగించడానికి.
in Englishkeep,continue.

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