Hindi translation of 'capture'
capture /ˈkæptʃə ˈकैप्चअ/
Word forms: captures, capturing, captured
1. transitive verb, uncountable noun
If you capture someone or something, you catch them or take possession of them. You can also talk about the capture of someone or something.
बंदी बनाना/बंदीकरण mn
Most of the soldiers were captured.
This final battle led to the army's capture of the town.
2. transitive verb
To capture something means to gain control of it.
अधिकार में करना
In 1987, McDonald's captured 19 percent of all fast-food sales.
3. transitive verb
If someone captures the atmosphere or quality of something, they represent it successfully in pictures, music, or words.
They took out their cameras to capture the moment.
Copyright © 2014 by HarperCollins Publishers. All rights reserved.
Example Sentences Including 'capture'
Two weeks after R'shiel's capture at the Gathering, Lord Terbolt finally announced his intention to leave the Citadel and return to Karien.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Saruman also had a mind to capture the Ring, for himself, or at least to snare some hobbits for his evil purposes.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
He was still dazed from the extraordinary moments which had followed his capture several hours ago.In Love and War
Trends of 'capture'
View usage over:
'capture' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَأْسِرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: capturar
- Chinese: 俘获
- Croatian: uhvatiti
- Czech: zajmout
- Danish: fange
- Dutch: vangen gevangennemen
- European Spanish: capturar
- Finnish: vangita
- French: capturer
- German: einnehmen
- Greek: αιχμαλωτίζω
- Italian: catturare
- Japanese: 捕える
- Korean: 붙잡다
- Norwegian: fange
- Polish: schwytać
- Portuguese: capturar
- Romanian: a captura
- Russian: захватить
- Spanish: capturar
- Swedish: fånga
- Thai: จับกุม
- Turkish: yakalamak
- Ukrainian: захоплювати захопити
- Vietnamese: bắt giữ
Translation of capture from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary