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What is the meaning of errand in Hindi?

Meaning of errand in Hindi is : सौंपा हुआ काम

Definition of word errand

  • A trip to accomplish a small mission or to do some business (dropping items by, doing paperwork, going to a friend's house, etc.) (noun)
    एक छोटे से मिशन को पूरा करने या कुछ व्यवसाय करने के लिए एक यात्रा (वस्तुओं को छोड़ना, कागजी कार्रवाई करना, किसी मित्र के घर जाना आदि)
  • To send someone on an errand. (verb)
    किसी को काम पर भेजना।

Examples of word errand

    • ~To this my errand~, etc., _i. e._ in comparison with this errand of mine and the anxiety it involved.
    • But my main errand is different, more limited but perhaps at least as important: to call attention to the boldness and consistency of the political initiatives taken by the three laureates ever since the opening of the Oslo negotiations.
    • The errand is short, but with the temperature so low every step I take is a great sacrifice.
    • Whereupon Salih arose and, kissing the ground a second time, said, “O King of the Age, my errand is to Allah and the magnanimous liege lord and the valiant lion, the report of whose good qualities the caravans far and near have dispread and whose renown for benefits and beneficence and clemency and graciousness and liberality to all climes and countries hath sped.”
    • However, an account of his errand is brought to the king of Nineveh, not by way of information against
    • "If he come to see me" (as it has always been reckoned a piece of neighbourly kindness to visit the sick) "he speaks vanity; that is, he pretends friendship, and that his errand is to mourn with me and to comfort me; he tells me he is very sorry to see me so much indisposed, and wishes me my health; but it is all flattery and falsehood."
    • After Claire excused herself to run her unspecified "errand" - making Roger shudder only slightly-he and Brianna had driven to the pub, but then decided to wait for their supper, since the evening was unexpectedly fine.
    • Nowhere was there such a fusion of Greek, Jewish, and Oriental peculiarities, and an intelligent Jew educated in that city could hardly fail to manifest all these elements in his mental character. eloquent -- turning his Alexandrian culture to high account. and mighty in the scriptures -- his eloquence enabling him to express clearly and enforce skilfully what, as a Jew, he had gathered from a diligent study of the Old Testament Scriptures. came to Ephesus -- on what errand is not known.