Hindi translation of funnel
funnelPowered by COBUILD /ˈfʌnəl ˈफ़नल्/
Word forms: funnels, funnelling, funnelled or [Am] funneling, funneled
Definitions and Translations
1. countable noun
A funnel is an object with a wide top and a tube at the bottom, which is used to pour substances into a container.
2. countable noun
A funnel is a chimney on a ship.
जहाज़ की चिमनी nf
3. transitive or intransitive verb
If something funnels somewhere, or if it is funnelled there, it is directed through a narrow space.
संकरे स्थान की ओर जाना/संकरे रास्ते से होकर जाना
⇒ The winds came from the north, funnelling down the valley.
4. transitive verb
If you funnel money or resources somewhere, you send them there from several sources.
⇒ ...a plan to funnel financial aid through the World Bank.
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Example Sentences Including 'funnel'
At first glance it could have been a Finnish ship and then his glasses focused on the red band round the square funnel.Cover Story
Her mother made some trumpet noises into the plastic funnel top of the coffee pot.Anastasia Krupnik (3-in-1)
We could see living creatures just the other side of the funnel , moving energetically.The Complete Stories Volume 2
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'funnel' in Other Languages
- Arabic: قُمْع
- Brazilian Portuguese: funil
- Chinese: 漏斗
- Croatian: lijevak
- Czech: trychtýř
- Danish: tragt
- Dutch: trechter
- European Spanish: embudo
- Finnish: suppilo
- French: entonnoir
- German: Trichter Trichter
- Greek: χωνί
- Italian: imbuto
- Japanese: じょうご
- Korean: 깔때기
- Norwegian: trakt
- Polish: lej
- Portuguese: funil
- Romanian: pâlnie pâlnii
- Russian: воронка
- Spanish: embudo de diversiones
- Swedish: tratt
- Thai: กรวย
- Turkish: huni
- Ukrainian: лійка
- Vietnamese: phễu
Translation of funnel from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary