Hindi translation of 'pluck'
pluck /plʌk प्लक्/
Word forms: plucks, plucking, plucked
1. transitive verb
If you pluck a fruit, flower, or leaf, you take it between your fingers and pull it from its stalk.[written]
I plucked a lemon from the tree.
2. transitive verb
If you pluck something from somewhere, you take it in your fingers or hands and pull it sharply from where it is.
He plucked the note from her hand.
3. transitive verb
If you pluck the strings of a musical instrument such as a guitar, you pull them with your fingers and let them go, so that they make a sound.
4. transitive verb
If you pluck a bird that has been killed to be eaten, you pull its feathers out to prepare it for cooking.
5. transitive verb
If you pluck your eyebrows, you shape them by pulling out some of the hairs, using a device called tweezers.
6. transitive verb
If someone is rescued from a dangerous or bad situation, you can say that they are plucked from it or are plucked to safety.[journalism]
निकाल लिया जाना
बचा लिया जाना
They were plucked from the river when people heard their cries for help.
If you pluck up the courage to do something frightening, you make an effort to be brave enough to do it.
I finally plucked up the courage to go home.
If you pluck at something, you take it between your fingertips and pull it sharply but gently.
The boy plucked at Adam's sleeve.
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Example Sentences Including 'pluck'
But there was something - yes, something she could pluck out and hold up for Jim to scrutinize.Death of an Unknown Man
Todd sniffed hard, and reached over to pluck a clump of tissues from the box.COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
This was not the atmosphere of cooperation needed to pluck the Spix's Macaw from the teeth of extinction.SPIX'S MACAW: The Race to Save the World's Rarest Bird (2002)
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Translation of pluck from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary