Hindi translation of 'pry'
pry /praɪ प्राइ/
Word forms: pries, prying, pried
1. intransitive verb
If you say that someone is prying, you disapprove of them because they are trying to find out about someone else's private affairs.
We do not like people prying into our private life.
2. transitive verb
If you pry something open or pry it away from a surface, you force it open or away from a surface.
She pried open the cat's jaws to give it its medicine.
I pried the top off a can of chilli.
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Example Sentences Including 'pry'
Mr Golightly's employees could have told Johnny that to pry undiscovered was a lost cause.MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)
Stone, now thoroughly cheesed off, started to pull at the dog's leg, trying to pry him off the settee.Cormorant
They'd probe and pry , they'd stick in tubes and jab in needles...Grace
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'pry' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَبْحَثُ عَنَ الَأسْرار
- Brazilian Portuguese: intrometer-se
- Chinese: 窥探
- Croatian: zabadati nos
- Czech: slídit
- Danish: snage
- Dutch: gluren
- European Spanish: curiosear
- Finnish: udella
- French: s’immiscer
- German: neugierig sein
- Greek: ψαχουλεύω
- Italian: spiare
- Japanese: 詮索する
- Korean: 캐다
- Norwegian: snoke
- Polish: wtrącić się wtrącać się
- Portuguese: intrometer-se
- Romanian: a iscodi
- Russian: выведывать
- Spanish: curiosear
- Swedish: snoka
- Thai: สอดรู้สอดเห็น
- Turkish: gözetlemek
- Ukrainian: втручатися втрутитися
- Vietnamese: thọc mạch
Translation of pry from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary