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    Hindi Translation of “say”

    Hindi Translation of “say” | The official Collins English-Hindi Dictionary online. Over 100,000 Hindi translations of English words and phrases.

    say /seɪ सेइ/

    Word forms: says /sez सेज़्/, saying, said

    1. TRANSITIVE VERB

    When you say something, you speak words. You can also use say to signal that you are stating a fact or your opinion.

    कहना

    'I'm sorry,' he said. I packed and said goodbye to my parents. Did he say where he was going? I would say that they will learn a lot from what she did.

    2. TRANSITIVE VERB

    You can mention the contents of a piece of writing by mentioning what it says or what someone says in it.

    उल्लेख करना

    My uncle wrote back saying that Grandfather wasn't well.

    3. TRANSITIVE VERB

    If you say something to yourself, you think it.

    मन में सोचना

    Perhaps I'm still dreaming, I said to myself.

    4. TRANSITIVE VERB

    You indicate the information given by something such as a clock, dial, or map by mentioning what it says.

    दर्शानादिखाना

    The clock said four minutes past eleven.

    5. TRANSITIVE VERB

    If something says something about a person, situation, or thing, it reveals something about them.

    बतानाव्यक्त करना

    'We regard good quality health care as a human right; it says something about the decency and fairness of our society,' he said.

    6. CONVENTION

    You can use say when you mention something as an example or when you mention an approximate amount or time.

    मान लेना

    Several mini-workouts throughout the day - of between, say, five or 10 minutes each - can be as effective as one continuous 30-minute session in the gym.

    7. SINGULAR NOUN

    If you have a say in something, you have the right to give your opinion and influence decisions. When you have your say, you use this right or give your opinion.

    राय nfमत mn

    The public should have a say in this matter.

    8. PHRASE

    You can use 'You can say that again' to express strong agreement with what someone has just said.

    [informal]तुम पूर्णतया सही कहते हो

    'Must have been a difficult job.' — 'You can say that again.'

    9. PHRASE

    If something goes without saying, it is obvious or definitely true.

    मानी हुई बात है

    It goes without saying that most gardeners love the outdoor life.

    10. PHRASE

    If you say that something says it all, you mean that it shows you very clearly the truth about a situation or someone's feelings.

    सब कुछ ज़ाहिर कर देनास्पष्ट होना

    This is my third visit in a week, which says it all.

    11. PHRASE

    You use to say nothing of when you add something which gives even more strength to the point you are making.

    साथ ही साथइसकी तो बात ही छोड़ दें

    Downloading the application is apparently too tricky for some people, to say nothing of actually using it.

    12. PHRASE

    You use that is to say to indicate that you are about to express the same idea more clearly.

    [formal]यानिअर्थात्

    Good writers are those who keep the language efficient. That is to say, keep it accurate, keep it clear.

    13. PHRASE

    If you say there is a lot to be said for something, you think it has a lot of good qualities or aspects.

    खूबियाँ होनाफ़ायदे होना

    There's a lot to be said for living in the countryside.

    Note that, with the verb say, if you want to mention the person who is being addressed, you should use the preposition to. 'What did she say you?' is wrong. 'What did she say to you?' is correct. The verb tell, however, is usually followed by a direct object indicating the person who is being addressed. He told Alison he was ill. What did she tell you? 'What did she tell to you?' is wrong. Say is the most general verb for reporting the words that someone speaks. Tell is used to report information that is given to someone. The manufacturer told me that the product did not contain peanuts. Tell can also be used with a 'to' infinitive to report an order or instruction. My mother told me to be quiet and eat my dinner.

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    Friendship and mental health

    Friendship is a crucial element in protecting our mental health. Our friends can keep us grounded, help us get things in perspective, and help us manage the problems that life throws at us.

    Friendship and mental health

    Friendship is a crucial element in protecting our mental health. Our friends can keep us grounded, help us get things in perspective, and help us manage life's problems.

    “The best thing my friend did for me was that they just accepted me as I was.”

    If we’re experiencing a mental health problem, our instinct might be to hide away and avoid our friends. But friendships can play a key role in helping us live with or recover from a mental health problem and overcome the isolation that often comes with it. We can end up with the strongest relationships with the people who’ve supported us through hard times.

    “They kept coming to see me even though I didn’t seem to want them and they made me laugh.”

    This page looks at:

    talking to friends about your mental health

    supporting a friend with a mental health problem

    Both can be difficult to do, so we have tips on how to start a conversation, offer support, and look after yourself.

    Talking to friends about your mental health

    If you have a mental health problem, you may feel ashamed of ‘admitting’ to it. You may feel that you’re bothering or upsetting your friend, fear being labelled, or worry about how your friendship might change.

    You don’t have to tell your friends – and you certainly don’t have to tell everyone. Think about who you might feel comfortable talking to. It might help to write a list of the pros and cons of telling or not telling people about your problem.

    Tough as it can be, talking to close friends can be important for both of you. Even if you don’t talk about it again, having the issue out in the open means that you don’t have to worry about mentioning your mental health problem by accident or ‘explaining away’ medication or appointments. It may also clarify why you’re behaving in a particular way or don’t want to go out or talk to them much.

    “I wanted my friends to know so they...would cut me some slack if I behaved oddly.”

    How do I tell my friend?

    You may want to practise your opening sentence or you may want to play it by ear. Choose a time and a place where you will both feel comfortable. Think about whether:

    the place is quiet or noisy, indoors or outside

    you’re on your own or among other people, for instance, in a pub or café

    you’re doing an activity together, such as going for a walk or just sitting down for a chat

    You could phone or write to your friend if it’s easier than talking to them face to face.

    Understanding mental health problems can be difficult, despite how common they are. Be ready for your friend to be shocked or react badly. They may feel awkward and not know how to respond. This may be because they feel so worried about you, or perhaps your news has struck a chord with something in their own life. They may even suggest that you’re fine and just need to ‘pull yourself together'. Give them time to process what you’ve said.

    Most people don’t know very much about mental health issues so it may be a good idea to tell your friend about the problem itself but don’t overwhelm them. You could show them a book or website that’s helped you understand what you’re experiencing.

    Getting help from people other than friends

    If you don’t feel that turning to a friend is an option, there are other forms of informal help.

    Self-help and peer support groups are often useful. By sharing your experiences, you can support other people and learn about how they cope with challenging situations.

    You could join a group centred around an activity: a book group, a chess club or an exercise class.

    If you don’t want to join a group, try going to places where there are lots of people such as a library, leisure centre or café. You don’t have to talk to anyone if you don’t want to, but just being around other people can help you feel more connected.

    Online communities can also be supportive, whether or not they are focused on mental health problems. Mind’s online community, Side by Side, is where you can listen, share and be heard.

    Supporting a friend who has a mental health problem

    If you’re a friend of someone with a mental health problem, you may be concerned about them. The most important thing is to show them that you’re still their friend and you care about them, whether that’s through your words, a hug, or another way that conveys how you feel.

    “My friend asked me questions, didn’t just assume things, she really wanted to know.”

    How can I support my friend?

    The most valuable support you can provide is just being there to talk and listen. Making time to call, text, visit or invite someone over can make a big difference.

    “My friend realised I had taken an overdose and rang for an ambulance... but has never judged me or criticised my action.”

    Mental health problems can be misunderstood. Simply acknowledging your friend’s problems, accepting them and treating them with compassion is important.

    Your friend isn’t looking for another mental health professional – they just want your support as a friend. They’re likely to want to keep things as normal as possible, even if you need to adapt some of the activities you used to do together (for example, because they feel anxious in big groups or their medication makes them tired in the evenings).

    स्रोत : www.mentalhealth.org.uk

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