How to use "euthanasia" in sentences with meaning in English and Hindi

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Example sentences for "euthanasia" in popular movie and book plots

  • Arthur's conversation with Bent shows concern about the treatment of the animals in the zoo, who were born in captivity and given euthanasia when no longer of use.  - The End of Arthur's Marriage
  • Stark buys a euthanasia kit from Devine and donates it to the grateful family.  - Neon City
  • A family of three generations gather over a weekend to say goodbye to Esther (Ghita Nørby) who suffers from an incurable disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and with the help of her husband Poul (Morten Grunwald) has chosen to pursue euthanasia when the weekend is over.  - Silent Heart
  • Westwood's contact is able to discover that Mother's Rest has a Deep Web site providing assisted euthanasia services.  - Make Me (novel)
  • His plan works and the Belgian government approves an enactment on 28 May 2002: euthanasia is allowed when an adult victim can't be cured, has to live in unworthy conditions, and at least three doctors confirm this situation.  - Time of My Life (film)
  • Taking advantage of the controversial Northern Territory's Voluntary euthanasia law Rex decides to end his own life with dignity.  - Last Cab to Darwin
  • A doctor warns Wade that Maggie’s condition is worsening quickly, leaving him three eventual options: she can be quarantined, which Wade refuses; Wade can administer at home the same euthanasia injection offered in quarantine, which he’s warned is painful; or Wade can "make it quick" himself.  - Maggie (film)
  • The girl is deemed incurable and therefore in 2009 the parents opt to commit an act of euthanasia for their daughter; but in Italy it isn't legal to do this particular process, for which the Church and politics are hurled ruthlessly against the parents of Eluana.  - Dormant Beauty
  • In Japan, Jalan goes by the identity Jalan Otsal, the controversial Indian doctor who is a legalized practitioner of euthanasia and owner of the firm Valley of Flowers Corporation.  - Valley of Flowers (film)
  • At the end Halder not only becomes a member of the Nazi party but also plays a direct role in SS book burnings, in euthanasia experiments, in the night of the Broken Glass, and, finally, in Adolf Eichmann's genocide at Auschwitz, where Maurice, the sole source of a Jewish perspective in the play and original force of "good" in Halder, ends up being deported.  - Good (play)
  • Indeed, the Dutch protocol on euthanasia extends to the category of mental distress.  - Exit: una storia personale
  • In addition to Das Erbe, two silent movies were produced in 1935 to propagate euthanasia in the German population, Sünden der Väter and Abseits vom Wege ("Sins of the Fathers" and "Off track").  - Das Erbe
  • Horrified by the continuing agony experienced by Dirk, Circe kills him in an act of euthanasia and then kills herself.  - The Terra Mosaic
  • At the medical conference, Wilson feels remorse after having performed euthanasia on a terminally ill cancer patient by intentionally having told the sequence to the patient's PCA machine to a coworker loud enough for the patient himself to hear, allowing the patient to administer himself a morphine overdose.  - Known Unknowns
  • In the letter, which is the first communication between the ex-spouses since their divorce, the dying woman appeals to Deruga to shorten her suffering by performing euthanasia on her.  - The Deruga Case
  • Staunchly opposed to euthanasia is a by-the-book hospital administrator (John Cassavetes), who is determined to keep his patient alive even against his wishes, and sympathetic doctor (Christine Lahti), who develops personal feelings for Harrison.  - Whose Life Is It Anyway? (film)
  • In this world, all manners of outrageous habits exists: Slaughterbowl (a hyper violent sport comparable to football) and government controlled euthanasia centers are among them.  - Outcasts (DC Comics)
  • Upon release, Plastic goes to work at a state-run euthanasia center.  - Love Among the Ruins. A Romance of the Near Future
  • In his diary, Karl writes of once being a doctor, practicing euthanasia ("mercy killing") and being ashamed at himself when learning, after reading his father's secret diary, that the Nazis used the same word when killing Jews.  - Crawlspace (1986 film)
  • A large part of the film consists of flashbacks, about Lotti's multiple sclerosis and euthanasia by lethal injection, and Giph's relationship with Samarinde.  - Ik Omhels Je Met 1000 Armen
  • The Lylmik, the oldest and most powerful of the alien races in the milieu, veto his euthanasia and leave it up to Jack.  - Galactic Milieu Series
  • When Ruby is falsely accused of euthanasia and jailed, Mona is forced to care for Vanessa, a task at which she is neither qualified nor appreciative, as she is afraid that her MAM crown bid will be taken away.  - Beautiful (2000 film)
  • When told by a French doctor that euthanasia contradicts French values, Momo replies he is not French and that Algerians believe in self-determination.  - Madame Rosa
  • While widower's-daughter Janet laughs at Arthur and Ernie's forays into smoking, drinking, and playing cards, she's always been interested in Arthur, and as Arthur's parents try to shelter him from negative things in life (like the euthanasia of the family dog, done while he's at school), he turns to Janet for comfort.  - Blue Denim
  • Clark presents arguments both in favour of and opposing euthanasia and to what extent government should be allowed to interfere in the life of a private citizen.  - Whose Life Is It Anyway? (play)
  • Robert turns down an offer of euthanasia from a nurse from Bois de Madeleine hospital before being sent to England and tried in absentia.  - The Wars
  • Tom solemnly obliges by suffocating Richie in an act of euthanasia shortly before the police arrive.  - A History of Violence (comics)
  • However Pauline discovers that she has unwittingly taken part in a forced euthanasia programme and killed a group of foreign forced labourers who had contracted tuberculosis.  - It Happened Here
  • During the cease-fire, the abbey offers shelter to refugees fleeing the regions affected by fallout, which results in a battle of wills over euthanasia between the abbot and a doctor from a government emergency response camp.  - A Canticle for Leibowitz
  • Thorn rushes to stop him, but arrives too late, and is mesmerized by the euthanasia process's visual and musical montage – a display of extinct forests, wild animals, rivers and ocean life.  - Soylent Green

Meaning of "euthanasia" in English

  • the act of killing someone painlessly (especially someone suffering from an incurable illness)

Meaning of "euthanasia" in Hindi

  • यूथेनासिया{लाइलाज रोग के शिकारी को बिना दर्द दिये मारना}
  • सुखमृत्यु
  • सुखमयमृत्यु

Synonyms of "euthanasia"

  • mercy killing

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