Hindi translation of 'patch'
patch /pætʃ पैच्/
Word forms: patches, patching, patched
1. countable noun
A patch on a surface is a part of it which is different in appearance from the area around it.
...the bald patch on the top of his head.
...two damp patches on the carpet.
2. countable noun
A patch of land is a small area of land, often one used for growing a particular crop.
...a patch of wild cornflowers.
...a vegetable patch.
3. countable noun
A patch is a piece of material used to cover a hole in something.
4. transitive verb
If you patch something that has a hole in it, you mend it by fixing something over the hole.
Walker patched the barn roof.
If you go through a bad patch or a rough patch, you have a lot of problems for a time.
If you patch up an argument or relationship, you try to be friendly again and not to argue any more.
They have gone on holiday to try to patch up their marriage.
If you patch up something which is damaged, you mend it.
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Example Sentences Including 'patch'
Carol leaned on the window sill, the steam from her coffee making a misty patch on the glass.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
She saw a patch of cream jacket, some back, a little shoulder, half an arm, an elbow.CHAMELEON (2002)
Without the uniform he would have looked at home tending a pumpkin patch around Half Moon Bay.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
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'patch' in Other Languages
- Arabic: رُقْعَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: remendo
- Chinese: 斑片
- Croatian: mrlja
- Czech: záplata
- Danish: lap
- Dutch: plekje
- European Spanish: parche
- Finnish: paikka kankaalla paikattu
- French: raccord
- German: Flicken
- Greek: μπάλωμα
- Italian: toppa
- Japanese: つぎ 布きれ
- Korean: 깁는 헝겊
- Norwegian: lapp
- Polish: łata
- Portuguese: remendo
- Romanian: pată pete
- Russian: заплата
- Spanish: parche
- Swedish: lapp
- Thai: แผ่นผ้าปะรูในเสื้อผ้า
- Turkish: yama
- Ukrainian: клаптик
- Vietnamese: miếng vá
Translation of patch from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary