Hindi translation of 'crush'
crush /krʌʃ क्रश्/
Word forms: crushes, crushing, crushed
1. transitive verb
To crush something means to press it very hard so that its shape is destroyed or so that it breaks into pieces.
Andrew crushed his empty drinks can.
2. transitive verb
If you are crushed against someone or something, you are pushed or pressed against them.
We were at the front of the hall, crushed against the stage.
3. countable noun
A crush is a dense crowd of people.
He got separated from us in the crush.
4. transitive verb
To crush a protest, army, or political organization means to defeat it completely.
बुरी तरह हराना
crushing uncountable noun
...the violent crushing of the demonstration.
5. countable noun
If you have a crush on someone, you feel you are in love with them but you do not have a relationship with them.[informal]
बिना किसी संबन्ध या संपर्क के प्रेमासक्ति nf
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Example Sentences Including 'crush'
The lunch-hour had brought in hordes of shoppers from neighbouring offices, and in places the crush made his task impossible.A Song at Twilight
Gunther finally made his appearance, threading his way through the crush to where Pamela still waited.The Endless Game
O'Brien's big hand tightened on his cup; for a moment Malone thought he was going to crush it.Murder Song
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'crush' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَسْحَقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: esmagar
- Chinese: 压碎
- Croatian: zdrobiti
- Czech: drtit rozdrtit
- Danish: knuse
- Dutch: in elkaar drukken
- European Spanish: aplastar aplanar
- Finnish: musertaa
- French: écraser détruire
- German: zerquetschen
- Greek: συνθλίβω
- Italian: schiacciare
- Japanese: 押しつぶす
- Korean: 으깨다
- Norwegian: knuse
- Polish: zgnieść gnieść
- Portuguese: esmagar
- Romanian: a zdrobi
- Russian: дробить
- Spanish: aplastar
- Swedish: krossa
- Thai: บดละเอียด
- Turkish: ezmek sıkıştırarak
- Ukrainian: зминати зім'яти
- Vietnamese: ép
Translation of crush from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary