Hindi translation of eye
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Word forms: eyes, eyeing or eying, eyed
Definitions and Translations
1. countable noun
Your eyes are the parts of your body with which you see.आंखें nfनेत्र mnनयन mn
Derived forms-eyed-आंख वाला ⇒ ...a blonde-haired, blue-eyed little girl. ⇒ ...wide-eyed with horror.
2. countable noun
You use eye when you are talking about a person's ability to judge things or about the way in which they are considering or dealing with things.परख nfदृष्टि nf ⇒ He has an eye for quality. ⇒ The practice of religion in America sometimes seems strange to European eyes.
3. transitive verb
If you eye someone or something in a particular way, you look at them carefully in that way.देखनाकिसी को विशिष्ट भाव से देखना ⇒ Sally eyed Claire with interest.
4. countable noun
An eye is a small metal loop which a hook fits into.अंकुशयुक्त फंदा mn
If you say that something happens before your eyes, in front of your eyes, or under your eyes, you are emphasizing that it happens where you can see it clearly or while you are watching it.अपनी नजरों के सामने ⇒ He saw the plane crash before his eyes.
If something catches your eye, you suddenly notice it.दृष्टि आकर्षित करनाध्यान खींचना ⇒ A quick movement across the room caught his eye.
If you catch someone's eye, you do something to attract their attention, so that you can speak to them.अपनी ओर ध्यान खींचना ⇒ He tried to catch her eye, but she did not see him.
To clap eyes on someone or something, or to set or lay eyes on them, means to see them. [informal]देखना ⇒ It was the most evil human face I ever set eyes on.
If you have your eye on something, you want to have it. [informal]किसी चीज़ पर नज़र होनाकिसी बात की इच्छा रखना ⇒ I've had my eye on a new dress.
If you keep an eye on something or someone, you watch them carefully, for example to make sure that they are safe, or are not causing trouble.नज़र रखनानिगरानी करना ⇒ He has been sent here to keep an eye on Benedict.
If you keep your eyes open or keep an eye out for someone or something, you watch for them carefully. [informal]चौकस रहना ⇒ We kept our eyes open for any sign of the stolen car. ⇒ Keep an eye out for the police.
If you look someone in the eye or meet their eyes, you look directly at them in a bold, open way, for example in order to make them realize that you are not afraid of them or that you are telling the truth.सामना करनानज़रें मिलाना ⇒ She felt so silly she could not look Robert in the eye. ⇒ She met my eyes, but offered no explanation.
If someone sees or considers something through your eyes, they consider it in the way that you do, from your point of view.किसी और की नज़रों से
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Example Sentences Including 'eye'
A brief flash of light caught her eye , from somewhere over near the tree.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
My eye skipped along the lines, hardly making any of it out.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Next to Ervin was a stout, middle-aged man with a patch over one eye.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'eye' in Other Languages
- Arabic: عَيْـن
- Brazilian Portuguese: olho
- Chinese: 眼睛
- Croatian: oko
- Czech: oko orgán
- Danish: øje
- Dutch: oog
- European Spanish: ojo
- Finnish: silmä
- French: œil yeux
- German: Auge
- Greek: μάτι
- Italian: occhio
- Japanese: 目
- Korean: 눈
- Norwegian: øye
- Polish: oko
- Portuguese: olho
- Romanian: ochi
- Russian: глаз
- Spanish: ojo
- Swedish: öga
- Thai: ตา
- Turkish: göz
- Ukrainian: око
- Vietnamese: mắt
Translation of eye from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary