Hindi translation of 'carve'
carve /kɑːv काव़्/
Word forms: carves, carving, carved
1. transitive verb
If you carve an object, you cut it out of stone or wood. You carve wood or stone in order to make the object.
One of the prisoners has carved a beautiful wooden chess set.
2. transitive verb
If you carve writing or a design on an object, you cut it into the surface.
He carved his name on his desk.
3. transitive verb
If you carve meat, you cut slices from it.
मांस के टुकड़े काटना
4. transitive verb, phrasal verb
If you carve a career or a niche for yourself, or if you carve out a career or niche, you succeed in getting the career or the position that you want by your own efforts.
कड़ी मेहनत से जीवन संवारना/सफलता प्राप्त करना
She has carved a niche for herself as an actor.
If someone carves something up, they divide it into smaller areas or pieces; used showing disapproval.
बांटना या खंडित करना
European nations decided in 1885 to carve Africa up among themselves.
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Example Sentences Including 'carve'
It would take years for Emerald to carve out a career for herself.Yellow Bird
I think the guy would find it tough to stomp on an ant, let alone carve up a maestro.Murder in E Minor
I told Sheila I'd be back in time to carve the turkey for lunch.Code Breaker
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'carve' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَنْحِتُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: talhar
- Chinese: 雕刻
- Croatian: rezbariti
- Czech: vyřezat vyřezávat
- Danish: udskære
- Dutch: snijden vlees
- European Spanish: tallar
- Finnish: kaivertaa
- French: découper
- German: schnitzen
- Greek: λαξεύω
- Italian: intagliare
- Japanese: 彫る
- Korean: ...을 새기다
- Norwegian: skjære (ut)
- Polish: wyrzeźbić rzeźbić
- Portuguese: talhar
- Romanian: a ciopli
- Russian: вырезать
- Spanish: tallar
- Swedish: skära
- Thai: แกะสลัก
- Turkish: oymak ağaç
- Ukrainian: різьбити
- Vietnamese: chạm khắc
Translation of carve from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary