English to Bengali Meaning :: breed

শাবক, সন্তান, বংশ, বংশধর, বাচ্চা, জাতি, কুলবংশবৃদ্ধি করা, লালনপালন করা, জন্ম দেত্তয়া, প্রসব করা, উদ্ভূত করান, পুষ্টিসাধন করা, সন্তানপ্রসব করা, বাচ্চা দেত্তয়া, গর্ভবতী হত্তয়া, উদ্ভূত হত্তয়া, শিক্ষিত করিয়া তোলাতালিম দেওয়া
Breed :
- শাবকপালকপ্রজননজাতশাবক

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Noun(1) a special variety of domesticated animals within a species(2) a special type
Verb(1) call forth(2) copulate with a female, used especially of horses(3) cause to procreate (animals(4) have young (animals, organisms

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(1) Silicon Valley-style entrepreneurs are still a rare breed in both countries.(2) The origin of the Maltese as a distinct breed has never been precisely determined.(3) It was said that entrepreneurs were a special breed , more driven to succeed than the rest of us.(4) At remote Point Bennett on San Miguel, seals and sea lions breed and pup in spectacular numbers.(5) Once you decide which breed you want, you will need to consider the age of the dog.(6) If we were to breed you for hosts, how could we keep you knowledgeable, but subservient?(7) He was a transition figure - the last of the World War II heroic generals and the first of a new breed , the managerial generals.(8) It takes a certain kind of breed of person to jump on the back of a bull.(9) Once you decide which breed you'd like to raise, what kind of facilities will you need?(10) For to breed the dog would be to cause a worse-off rather than a better-off individual to exist.(11) In the spring, she had plans to breed him with Snow.(12) I present a new breed of cultural critic, unleashing a fresh brand of polysyllabic pontification.(13) Regardless of what breed you choose, or where it comes from, ALL dogs need training.(14) What are the general factors that breed terrorism?(15) You can also breed your dogs, and either keep them or sell the puppies to your friends via link up.(16) The new breed of woman writer has a $500,000 first contract and a very specific aesthetic and social profile.
Related Words
(1) half-breed ::
(2) mixed breed ::
সংকর জাতের
(3) pure breed ::
খাটি জাত
(4) rare breed ::
বিরল শাবক
(5) breed of dog ::
কুকুর শাবক
(6) breed apart ::
পৃথক্ বংশবৃদ্ধি
1. reproduce ::
নকল করা
2. bring up ::
উদ্গীরণ করা
3. cause ::
4. cover ::
5. engender ::
প্রসব করা
6. multiply ::
গুণ করা
7. variety ::
8. type ::
9. stock ::
Different Forms
breed, breeder, breeders, breeding, breeds, inbreed, inbreeds
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Some of them don\'t think Dothraki
should breed with foreigners.

Some of them don't think Dothraki should BREED with foreigners.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 4

They\'ve set themselves up here
to breed.

They've set themselves up here to BREED.

Westworld Season 3, Episode 8

Titles do seem to breed titles.

Titles do seem to BREED titles.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 3

Good prisoners breed good jailers,

Good prisoners BREED good jailers, apparently.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7

Which, by the way,
is not an officially recognized breed,

Which, by the way, is not an officially recognized BREED,

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 15

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