Hindi translation of knock
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Word forms: knocks, knocking, knocked
Definitions and Translations
1. intransitive verb, countable noun
If you knock on something such as a door or window, you hit it, usually several times, to attract someone's attention. A knock is the action or sound of knocking.
दस्तक देना/दस्तक nf
⇒ She went directly to Simon's apartment and knocked on the door. ⇒ They heard a knock.
Derived formsknocking singular noun
⇒ ...a loud knocking at the door.
2. transitive verb, countable noun
If you knock something, or if you give it a knock, you touch it or hit it roughly and it moves or falls over.
ठोकर मारना/ठोकर nf
टक्कर मारना/टक्कर nf
⇒ She accidentally knocked the book off the shelf. ⇒ Alex King took a knock to his knee.
3. transitive verb
To knock someone into a particular place or condition means to hit them very hard so that they fall over or become unconscious.
⇒ Someone had knocked him unconscious.
4. intransitive verb
If something knocks, it makes a repeated banging noise.
बार-बार खट-खट की आवाज़ करना
⇒ The walls squeaked and the pipes knocked.
5. transitive verb
If you knock something or someone, you criticize them. [informal]
knock about or knock around
If someone knocks you around or knocks you about, they hit or kick you several times. [Brit, informal]
⇒ He started knocking her about.
If someone knocks around or knocks about somewhere, they spend time there. [Brit, informal]
जगह-जगह की यात्रा करना
⇒ Do you have a big group of friends that you knock around with?
If someone is knocked down, they are hit by a vehicle and are injured or killed.
वाहन से टक्कर मारना
वाहन से टक्कर लगना या होना
To knock down a building means to demolish it.
To knock off an amount from a price, time, or level means to reduce it by that amount.
⇒ He has knocked 10 seconds off the world record.
To knock someone out means to cause them to become unconscious.
बेहोश कर देना
संज्ञाशून्य कर देना
⇒ I nearly knocked him out.
If a person or team is knocked out of a competition, they are defeated in a game, so that they take no more part in the competition.
3. → see also knockout
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Example Sentences Including 'knock'
The door opened so swiftly she could almost have believed he was waiting for her knock.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
At the same time I tried to protect my head so he couldn't knock me out.SOMEBODY (2002)
He had barely finished saying Grace when there was a knock at the door.AMAGANSETT (2004)
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'knock' in Other Languages
- Arabic: خَبْطَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: batida som de bater
- Chinese: 敲打
- Croatian: kucanje
- Czech: úder
- Danish: bank slag
- Dutch: klop klap
- European Spanish: golpe sonido
- Finnish: koputus
- French: coup
- German: Stoß Stöße
- Greek: χτύπος
- Italian: colpo
- Japanese: たたくこと
- Korean: 노크
- Norwegian: banking
- Polish: stukanie
- Portuguese: batida
- Romanian: ciocănitură ciocănituri
- Russian: удар
- Spanish: golpe
- Swedish: knackning
- Thai: การเคาะ
- Turkish: vuruş
- Ukrainian: стук
- Vietnamese: cú đánh
- Arabic: يَخْبِطُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: bater
- Chinese: 敲打
- Croatian: kucati
- Czech: udeřit
- Danish: banke
- Dutch: kloppen op deuren
- European Spanish: darse un golpe
- Finnish: koputtaa
- French: frapper
- German: stoßen
- Greek: βαράω
- Italian: bussare
- Japanese: たたく
- Korean: 두드리다
- Norwegian: banke
- Polish: zapukać pukać
- Portuguese: bater
- Romanian: a ciocăni
- Russian: стучать
- Spanish: dar un golpe
- Swedish: knacka
- Thai: เคาะ
- Turkish: kapıyı çalmak
- Ukrainian: стукати стукнути
- Vietnamese: đập cửa
Translation of knock from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary