Hindi translation of 'bolt'
bolt /bəʊlt बअउल्ट्/
Word forms: bolts, bolting, bolted
1. transitive verb, countable noun
If you bolt one thing to another, you fasten them firmly together, using a bolt, which is a long metal object which screws into a nut.
...nuts and bolts that haven't been tightened.
The wooden bench which was bolted to the floor.
Simply bolt these two parts together.
2. countable noun
A bolt on a door or window is a metal bar that you slide across in order to fasten the door or window.
All I've got at the moment is a bolt on the front door.
3. transitive verb
If you bolt a door or window, you slide the bolt across to fasten it.
Lock and bolt the kitchen door.
4. intransitive verb
If a person or animal bolts, they suddenly start to run very fast, often because something has frightened them.
चौंक कर भागना
I made some excuse and bolted for the exit.
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Example Sentences Including 'bolt'
He had never been tested against a war bolt that could punch through an inch of plate steel.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
Maybe we can bolt or weld a few strengthening steel plates at the weakest points.San Andreas
There's a gross crack, a bolt of pain through my sinuses, a squirt of blood from both nostrils.CHAMELEON (2002)
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'bolt' in Other Languages
- Arabic: تِرْباس
- Brazilian Portuguese: trinco
- Chinese: 门栓
- Croatian: vijak
- Czech: šroub
- Danish: bolt
- Dutch: bout
- European Spanish: tornillo
- Finnish: salpa
- French: boulon
- German: Riegel RiegelSpeerstück
- Greek: βίδα
- Italian: bullone
- Japanese: かんぬき
- Korean: 빗장
- Norwegian: bolt
- Polish: śruba
- Portuguese: trinco
- Romanian: șurub; nit bolțuri
- Russian: болт
- Spanish: cerrojo
- Swedish: åskvigg
- Thai: สลักเกลียว
- Turkish: sürgü
- Ukrainian: болт
- Vietnamese: then cửa
Translation of bolt from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary