Hindi translation of 'poke'
poke /pəʊk पअउक्/
Word forms: pokes, poking, poked
1. transitive verb, countable noun
If you poke someone or something, or if you give them a poke, you quickly push them with your finger or a sharp object. You can also say that you poke your finger or an object into someone or something.
कोंचना/कोंचने की क्रिया nf
Her mother opened the oven door and poked a fork into the turkey skin.
John smiled at them and gave Richard a playful poke.
2. transitive or intransitive verb
If something pokes from behind or under something, or if someone pokes it there, you can see part of it appearing from behind or under that thing.
किसी वस्तु का दिखाई पड़ना/झांकना
His tiny head poked from the covers.
Julie tapped on my door and poked her head in.
3. to poke fun at → see fun
If you poke around for something, you search for it, usually by moving lots of objects around.[informal]
He opened up the car bonnet and started poking around in the engine.
If you poke at something, you make lots of little pushing movements at it with a sharp object.
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'poke' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَلْكُمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: cutucar
- Chinese: 戳
- Croatian: bockati
- Czech: šťouchnout šťouchat
- Danish: støde
- Dutch: porren
- European Spanish: clavar
- Finnish: tökätä
- French: donner un coup à
- German: stupsen
- Greek: μπήγω
- Italian: colpire
- Japanese: つつく
- Korean: 찌르다
- Norwegian: skubbe
- Polish: szturchnąć
- Portuguese: espetar
- Romanian: a înghionti
- Russian: тыкать
- Spanish: clavar
- Swedish: stöta
- Thai: แหย่ด้วยข้อศอกหรือนิ้ว
- Turkish: dürtmek
- Ukrainian: ткнути
- Vietnamese: chọc
Translation of poke from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary