Hindi translation of 'prop'
prop /prɒp प्रॉप्/
Word forms: props, propping, propped
1. transitive verb, phrasal verb
If you prop an object on or against something, or if you prop it up, you support it by putting something underneath it or by resting it against something.
He propped the books on the desk.
Prop up your back against a wall.
2. countable noun
A prop is a stick or other object used to support something.
3. countable noun
The props in a play or film are the objects and furniture used in it.
To prop up something means to support it or help it to survive.
The Government should not be propping up bad businesses.
2. see prop 1
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Example Sentences Including 'prop'
He'd never worn them in the past and he might have felt in need of a prop to change his appearance.CHAMELEON (2002)
Of course we could prop it open with some sort of crutch - a metal rod, perhaps... "He laughed.Anti-Ice
After Paris they had shot an important campaign in Madras involving as a prop not only an elephant but a teddy-bear.The Image of Laura
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Translation of prop from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary