Hindi translation of 'buckle'
buckle /ˈbʌkəl ˈबकल्/
Word forms: buckles, buckling, buckled
1. countable noun, transitive verb
A buckle is a piece of metal or plastic attached to one end of a belt or strap and used to fasten it. When you buckle a belt or strap, you fasten it with a buckle.
बकलस mn या बकसुआ , mn/बकलस की मदद से बांधना
...a big silver belt buckle.
He always buckles his seat belt.
2. transitive or intransitive verb
If an object buckles or if something buckles it, it becomes bent as a result of strong heat or force.
झुकना या मुड़ना/झुकाना या मोड़ना
We watched as the buckling bridge crashed into the water below.
3. intransitive verb
If your legs buckle, they bend because they have become very weak.
His knees buckled and he fell backwards.
If you buckle down to something, you start working seriously at it.
We decided to watch a movie before buckling down to our studies.
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Example Sentences Including 'buckle'
Meanwhile, she had unbuttoned the top of her dress, and now she slipped the buckle of the belt.THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
At least that's what you said while you were unfastening my belt buckle.Doubting Thomas
In the dark Rebecca just about sees the clutch of a kiss; a white hand go down; the flash of a silver belt buckle.THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE (2002)
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'buckle' in Other Languages
- Arabic: إِبْزيم
- Brazilian Portuguese: fivela de cinto
- Chinese: 带扣
- Croatian: kopča
- Czech: přezka
- Danish: spænde
- Dutch: gesp
- European Spanish: hebilla
- Finnish: vyön solki
- French: boucle ceinture
- German: Schnalle
- Greek: αγκράφα
- Italian: fibbia
- Japanese: バックル
- Korean: 버클
- Norwegian: spenne
- Polish: sprzączka
- Portuguese: fivela de cinto
- Romanian: cataramă catarame
- Russian: пряжка
- Spanish: hebilla
- Swedish: spänne
- Thai: หัวเข็มขัด
- Turkish: kemer tokası
- Ukrainian: пряжка
- Vietnamese: khóa
Translation of buckle from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary