Hindi translation of 'duck'
duck /dʌk डक्/
Word forms: ducks, ducking, ducked
1. countable noun
A duck is a common water bird with short legs and a large flat beak.
2. uncountable noun
Duck is the meat of a duck eaten as food.
बत्तख का मांस mn
3. intransitive verb
If you duck, you move your head or body quickly downwards to avoid being seen or hit.
अपने को छिपाने के लिए नीचे की ओर झुकना
They ducked and when they looked again, the colonel lay flat.
I wanted to duck down and slip past but they saw me.
4. transitive verb
You say that someone ducks a duty or responsibility when you disapprove of the fact that they avoid it.
(जिम्मेदारी को) नज़रअंदाज करना
He is an indecisive leader who ducks important decisions.
If you duck out of something that you are supposed to do, you avoid doing it.
George ducked out of football training.
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Example Sentences Including 'duck'
By bending my knees I managed to duck into the shadow of the boulder.Follow the Sharks
It turned out to be a small cottage at the end of a row opposite a duck pond.LOST SUMMER (2002)
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'duck' in Other Languages
- Arabic: بَطَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: pato pata
- Chinese: 鸭子
- Croatian: patka
- Czech: kachna
- Danish: and
- Dutch: eend
- European Spanish: pato pata
- Finnish: ankka
- French: canard
- German: Ente
- Greek: πάπια
- Italian: anatra
- Japanese: アヒル
- Korean: 오리
- Norwegian: and
- Polish: kaczka
- Portuguese: pato pata
- Romanian: rață rațe
- Russian: утка
- Spanish: pato pataave palmípeda
- Swedish: anka djur
- Thai: เป็ด
- Turkish: ördek
- Ukrainian: качка
- Vietnamese: con vịt
Translation of duck from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary