Entry from British & World English dictionary
Used to express approval or encouragement: ‘Zindabad!’ the crowd responded
More example sentences
- Hours later he arrived to address a BJP rally in Sultanpur only to hear full-throated cries of ‘Rahul Gandhi zindabad!’
- ‘Sonia Gandhi zindabad,’ they shout as security men form a ring round her.
- The solidarity led to chants of ‘BA staff, zindabad!’
From Urdu zindābād 'may (a person) live!'.
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Line breaks: zin¦da|bad
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