Hindi translation of 'limp'
Word forms: limps, limping, limped, limper, limpest
1. intransitive verb, countable noun
If you limp, or if you walk with a limp, you walk in an uneven way because one of your legs or feet is hurt.लंगड़ाना/लंगड़ापन mn
He limped off with a leg injury. Seven years later, he still walks with a limp.
If something is limp, it is soft or weak when it should be firm or strong.निर्जीव-साशिथिलनिस्तेजदुर्बलढीला
She pushed her limp hair back from her face.
limply adverbनिर्जीव तरह से
The newspaper hung limply from his fingers.
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Example Sentences Including 'limp'
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Not bad for selling a company whose share price has limped along for years.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He gracefully feigned an injury and limped off the stage with feeling.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
He had a slight limp from a skiing accident but refused to give up the sport, learning instead to ski on one leg.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
I'm still limping a little, but know that will disappear soon.The Sun (2017)
It has the same flavours, but no limp lettuce or tasteless tomato.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It may leave your hair too soft and limp making it harder to style.The Sun (2011)
She was light and limp and damp in his arms.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
They have limp hair, threadbare coverings on blue scalps.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
They say Designed to specifically address the needs of those with fine, limp or thinning hair.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
This was partly because of mismanagement, but limp demand was also to blame.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
You can see him carrying a slight limp when going down steps, but flexibility rather than strength is the issue.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
You don't want to look superb then have limp performance and handling.The Sun (2009)
On one page a monstrous face carried a limp body in its mouth.Burning Bright (2007)
He was limping badly and has a problem with his ankle and his knee.The Sun (2009)
The striker made his return from a hamstring injury but limped off after only 16 minutes.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
You could see him limping quite badly towards the end of the game.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
He lay on the bed, his afflicted hand limp and useless.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
But still they limp into the last eight.The Sun (2008)
He had a bandage on his right hand and was limping.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
He may also have a limp.The Sun (2010)
He pinned her down and squeezed her throat until her body went limp before ringing her mum.The Sun (2016)
He wants to know if he'll get stuck with limp lettuce or if it will free valuable time in his week.The Sun (2017)
His limp body was lifted on to a military truck and carried away.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
She was a dead weight and her body had gone completely limp.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
She wasn't struggling any more and had gone limp, but was still making gurgling noises.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They chatted for ten minutes before he is next seen picking up her limp and apparently unconscious body.The Sun (2015)
They go from really limp to firm again.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
This week a small army of lame excuses have limped into the news, one after the other.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
I try to shorten my stride to coincide with her short limping legs.Christianity Today (2000)
They gave me some limp excuses.FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)
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'limp' in Other Languages
British English: limp /lɪmp/ VERB
If a person or animal limps, they walk with difficulty or in an uneven way because one of their legs or feet is hurt.
I wasn't badly hurt, but I injured my thigh and had to limp.
- American English: limp
- Arabic: يَعْرِجُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mancar
- Chinese: 跛行
- Croatian: šepati
- Czech: kulhat
- Danish: halte
- Dutch: mank lopen
- European Spanish: cojear
- Finnish: ontua
- French: boiter
- German: hinken
- Greek: κουτσαίνω
- Italian: zoppicare
- Japanese: びっこをひく
- Korean: 다리를 절다
- Norwegian: halte
- Polish: utykać
- European Portuguese: coxear
- Romanian: a șchiopăta
- Russian: хромать
- Spanish: cojear
- Swedish: halta
- Thai: เดินโขยกเขยก
- Turkish: topallamak
- Ukrainian: кульгати
- Vietnamese: đi khập khiễng
Translation of limp from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary