Hindi translation of 'curl'
curl /kɜːl कअल्/
Word forms: curls, curling, curled
1. countable noun
Curls are lengths of hair shaped in curves and circles.
...a little girl with blonde curls.
2. transitive or intransitive verb
If your hair curls, or if you curl it, it is full of curls.
घुघराला बनाना/घुंघराला होना
Maria had curled her hair for the party.
3. countable noun
A curl of something is a piece or quantity of it that is curved or spiral in shape.
...curls of lemon peel.
4. transitive or intransitive verb
If something curls somewhere, or you curl it somewhere, it moves there in circles or spirals.
Smoke was curling up the chimney.
He curled the ball into the net.
When someone who is lying down curls up, they bring their arms, legs, and head in towards their stomach.
In cold weather, your cat will curl up into a ball to keep warm.
When something such as a leaf or a piece of paper curls up, its edges bend up or towards its centre.
गुड़ी-मुड़ी हो जाना
The corners of the carpet were curling up.
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Example Sentences Including 'curl'
A curl of smoke drifted across the room, accompanied by the acrid smell of burning plastic.HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
I was longing to climb up into my room and curl up on the bed and bawl my eyes out.READY? (2001)
His face jerked up and his lips seemed to curl inwards in a snarl.DEAD BEAT (2002)
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'curl' in Other Languages
- Arabic: جَعْدَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: caracol
- Chinese: 卷曲
- Croatian: kovrča
- Czech: kadeř
- Danish: krølle
- Dutch: krul
- European Spanish: rizo
- Finnish: kihara
- French: boucle cheveux
- German: Locke
- Greek: μπούκλα
- Italian: ricciolo
- Japanese: 巻き毛
- Korean: 곱슬곱슬한 머리칼
- Norwegian: krøll
- Polish: lok
- Portuguese: caracol de cabelo
- Romanian: buclă bucle
- Russian: завиток
- Spanish: rizo
- Swedish: lock våg
- Thai: ผมเป็นลอน
- Turkish: bukle saç
- Ukrainian: кучер
- Vietnamese: sự uốn xoăn tóc
Translation of curl from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary