Hindi translation of 'drown'
drown /draʊn ड्राउन्/
Word forms: drowns, drowning, drowned
1. transitive or intransitive verb
When someone drowns, or when they are drowned, they die because they have gone under water and cannot breathe.
डुबा दिया जाना/डूब कर मरना
Forty-eight people drowned after their boat capsized.
She fell into the water and was nearly drowned.
2. transitive verb, phrasal verb
If something drowns a sound, or if it drowns it out, it is louder than the sound and makes it impossible to hear it.
दबाना/दबा दिया जाना
His speech was drowned by loud cries.
Her voice was drowned out by a loud crash.
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Example Sentences Including 'drown'
It woulda been easier to drown her than to try to undress her.Weekend for Murder
You'll have the perfect vantage point to watch your colleague drown.Code Breaker
For all his rage and hatred, he couldn't just stand there and watch her drown.Compulsion
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'drown' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَغْرَقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: afogar
- Chinese: 溺水
- Croatian: utopiti se
- Czech: utopit (se) topit (se)
- Danish: drukne
- Dutch: verdrinken
- European Spanish: ahogar
- Finnish: hukkua
- French: se noyer
- German: ertrinken
- Greek: πνίγω
- Italian: affogare
- Japanese: 溺死する
- Korean: 익사하다
- Norwegian: drukne
- Polish: utopić się topić się
- Portuguese: afogar
- Romanian: a îneca
- Russian: тонуть
- Spanish: ahogar
- Swedish: drunkna
- Thai: จมน้ำ
- Turkish: suda boğulmak
- Ukrainian: тонути утонути
- Vietnamese: chết đuối
Translation of drown from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary