Hindi translation of 'clasp'
clasp/klɑːsp, klæsp क्लास्प्, क्लैस्प्/
Word forms: clasps, clasping, clasped
2. countable noun
1. transitive verb, countable noun
If you clasp someone or something, you hold them tightly. A clasp is an act of clasping someone or something.कस कर पकड़ना या जकड़ना/जकड़न nf
She clasped the children to her. With one last clasp of his hand, she left him.
2. countable noun
A clasp is a small metal fastening.बकसुआ mn
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Example Sentences Including 'clasp'
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Look at those hairy knuckles clasped firmly around the neck of the bass.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
One hand was clasped over the mouth, with thumb and index finger pinching the nostrils for dear life.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
He clasped the bag of coins to his sodden chest.Man of Honour (2007)
It was tightly clasped in Cat's right hand.CHARMED LIFE (1977)
When he snapped his fingers, the bone whistle appeared, clasped in his hand.A Time of War (1993)
The result: a compromise, involving a firm hand clasp and a bit of necessarily wet shoulder patting.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Keep the summer fires burning and clasp tightly the beauty products that are the epitome of escapes to hot climes.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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'clasp' in Other Languages
British English: clasp /klɑːsp/ NOUN
A clasp is a small metal fastening.
...the clasp of her handbag.
- American English: clasp
- Arabic: إِبْزيـم
- Brazilian Portuguese: fivela
- Chinese: 扣子
- Croatian: kopča
- Czech: spona
- Danish: håndtryk
- Dutch: gesp
- European Spanish: cierre dispositivo
- Finnish: solki
- French: fermoir
- German: Klammer
- Greek: πόρπη
- Italian: fibbia
- Japanese: 留め金
- Korean: 걸쇠
- Norwegian: hekte
- Polish: klamra
- European Portuguese: fivela
- Romanian: cataramă
- Russian: застежка
- Spanish: cierre broche
- Swedish: spänne
- Thai: ตะขอ
- Turkish: toka
- Ukrainian: застібка
- Vietnamese: móc
British English: clasp VERB
If you clasp someone or something, you hold them tightly in your hands or arms.
She clasped the children to her.
Translation of clasp from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary