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deflated Meaning in Bengali

 বিচ্ছুরিত হত্তয়া, ক্ষরিত হত্তয়া, স্ফীতি হ্রাস করা, নি:সৃত হত্তয়া,

deflated's Usage Examples:

Early reports suggested that Jackson was the first to suspect the ball was deflated, but Jackson said he did not notice anything wrong with the ball he caught.

A deflated balloon attached to a catheter (a balloon catheter) is passed over a guide-wire.

When deflated, the hull of the boat could be worn as a cloak, the oar used as a walking.

The deflated balloon catheter is positioned, then inflated to perform the necessary procedure, and deflated again in order to be removed.

The ensemble, when deflated, fits in a backpack for carrying by the cyclist.

After the catheter is inserted, the deflated balloon catheter is passed from the right atrium through the foramen ovale.

A flat tire (British English: flat tyre) is a deflated pneumatic tire, which can cause the rim of the wheel to ride on the tire tread or the ground potentially.

It is a condition where the alveoli are deflated down to little or no volume, as distinct from pulmonary consolidation,.

have a solid thwart which can be folded and removed so the boat can be deflated and rolled up for transport or storage.

financial crisis 1990-1994 was a housing bubble that took place in Sweden that deflated during 1991 and 1992, and resulted in a severe credit crunch and widespread.

activities peaked in the years before the First World War but were largely deflated in 1914 by the onset of that war, when the league membership passed a resolution.

evident when an organ or tissue is deflated or relaxed.

For example, rugae are evident within the stomach when it is deflated.

streets leaving massive traffic tangles in its wake, only to be trapped and deflated by police at Beinecke Plaza, a few blocks from its starting point.

game for the Minnesota Vikings on December 29, 2013, and the roof was deflated and demolition began on January 18, 2014.

to Michelin tyre safety concerns, as Ralf Schumacher's left front tyre deflated on Indianapolis's famous last corner in Friday practice and Schumacher.

July 1898 saw a significant drop in the value of silver, and Ione deflated once again.

world's largest air-supported domed stadium until May 4, 2010 when it was deflated for the last time in preparation for the erection of its new retractable.

an area of 3,144 square kilometres (1,214 sq mi) and consists mostly of deflated limestone plain with open bluebush and saltbush scrubland along with bindii.


chopfallen; chapfallen; dejected; crestfallen;


uplifted; exultant; exhilarated; euphoric; elated;

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