Definition of inquilab in English:

inquilab

Line breaks: in¦qui|lab
Pronunciation: /ˈɪŋkɪlɑːb
 
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noun

Indian
A revolution or uprising (often used as a political slogan): ‘Inquilab!’ shouted Ravi all of a sudden. ‘Zindabad!’ the crowd responded hesitatingly
More example sentences
  • The city magistrate remained with the procession when it shouted Inquilab Zindabad.
  • Varghese, who by this time knew that he was going to be killed, asked Ramachandran to give a signal before being shot to enable him shout inquilab zindabad.

Origin

Urdu inqalāb, inqilāb 'change, turn, revolution'.

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