Hindi translation of 'gap'
gap /ɡæp गैप्/
Word forms: gaps
1. countable noun
A gap is a space between two things or a hole in something solid.
The wind was blowing through the gaps in the wall.
2. countable noun
A gap is a period of time when you are not doing what you normally do.
During the four-year gap, William joined the Army.
3. countable noun
If there is something missing from a situation which prevents it from being complete, you can say that there is a gap.
Tony saw a gap in the market for a cheese specialist.
4. countable noun
A gap is a great difference between two things, people, or ideas.
...the gap between rich and poor.
America's trade gap is getting wider.
a gap between two things
a huge/widening gap
a gender/generation/pay/age gap
a gap widens/narrows/exists/remains
bridge/close/narrow/reduce the gap
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Example Sentences Including 'gap'
And just about everyone I meet seems to have done some amazing gap year.GO! (2001)
I moved forward quickly enough to insinuate my shoulder in the gap.DEAD BEAT (2002)
She twiddled the unlit cigarette in her smoking fingers and tickled the gap in her teeth with her tongue.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
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'gap' in Other Languages
- Arabic: فَجْوَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: brecha
- Chinese: 缺口
- Croatian: praznina
- Czech: mezera
- Danish: åbning
- Dutch: tussenruimte
- European Spanish: hueco espacio
- Finnish: aukko
- French: fossé
- German: Lücke
- Greek: κενό
- Italian: buco
- Japanese: 隙間
- Korean: 간격
- Norwegian: åpning
- Polish: luka
- Portuguese: brecha
- Romanian: gol goluri
- Russian: разрыв
- Spanish: hueco espacio vacío
- Swedish: gap
- Thai: ช่องว่าง
- Turkish: boşluk yer
- Ukrainian: проміжок
- Vietnamese: chỗ trống
Translation of gap from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary