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"Gaining Meaning In Bengali"

Gaining (verb) - লব্ধ অর্থ

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Gaining Meaning in Bengali. Gaining শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Gaining meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Gaining".

"Gaining Meaning"

Gaining বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Gaining in English? What does Gaining mean? What is another word for Gaining? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: gaining, gaining access, gaining advantage, gaining confidence of, gaining consciousness, gaining control, gaining entr, gaining entree, gaining friendship, gaining ground,

Gaining Example in a sentence

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Example Sentences for gaining

On gaining the pine grove, a council was held to devise what was the most prudent step to take.

The inner office was locked, but he had no difficulty in gaining admission.

Yet, after all the studies of the past decade, the old belief that pellagra is essentially of dietary origin is gaining ground.

It was evident, however, that the boat was gaining on her, and the men redoubled their efforts.

She was gaining the victory again, and he changed his tactics.

A moment of this endeavor only showed me that my pursuer was gaining.

In practice she still maintained something of maternal authority, often gaining her point by merely seeming offended.

But he succeeded in gaining the roof without creating an alarm.

His special delight was in the military life, and he seemed led by a strong and empty desire of gaining for himself a great name.

The court had neglected no means of gaining so active and able a divine.

Gaining History and Origin

History of: Gaining

Word Origin & History

gain late 15c. (n.), 1520s (v.), from M.Fr. gain, from O.Fr. gaaigne, from gaaignier "to gain," also "cultivate land," from Frank. *waidanjan "hunt, forage," also "graze, pasture," from P.Gmc. *wartho "hunting ground" (cf. Ger. weide "pasture, pasturage," O.N. veiðr "hunting"), from PIE *wei "to strive after." The original O.Fr. sense enfolded the notions of "profit from agriculture" and "booty, prey." Related: Gained; gaining.

Gaining Synonyms

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Gaining Definition

verb (used with object)
to get (something desired), especially as a result of one's efforts:
to gain possession of an object; to gain permission to enter a country.
to acquire as an increase or addition:
to gain weight; to gain speed.
to obtain as a profit:
He gained ten dollars by this deal.
to win; get in competition:
to gain the prize.
to win (someone) to one's own side or point of view; persuade (sometimes followed by over):
to gain supporters.
(of a watch or clock) to run fast by (a specified amount):
My watch gains six minutes a day.
to reach, especially by effort; get to; arrive at:
to gain one's destination.
verb (used without object)
to improve; make progress; advance:
to gain in health after an illness.
to get nearer, as in pursuit (usually followed by on or upon):
Our horse was gaining on the favorite at the far turn.
to draw away from or farther ahead of the other contestants in a race, one's pursuers, etc. (usually followed by on or upon).
(of a watch or clock) to run fast.
profit or advantage.
an increase or advance.
gains, profits or winnings.
the act of gaining; acquisition.
  1. a measure of the increase in signal amplitude produced by an amplifier, expressed as the ratio of output to input.
  2. the effectiveness of a directional antenna as compared with a standard, nondirectional one.
the volume control of a radio, phonograph, amplifier, etc.
gain ground, to progress or advance, as in value, strength, or achievement:
The company's new products are gaining ground in suburban areas.
gain time, to arrange a postponement or delay for a particular purpose, especially by roundabout means.

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