Hindi translation of 'radio'
radio /ˈreɪdiəʊ ˈरेइडीअउ/
Word forms: radios, radioing, radioed
1. uncountable noun
Radio is the broadcasting of programmes for the public to listen to. You can refer to the programmes broadcast in this way as the radio.
He started his career working for local radio.
She's been on the radio a lot recently.
2. countable noun
A radio is the piece of equipment used to listen to radio programmes.
3. uncountable noun
Radio is a system of sending sound over a distance using electrical signals.
रेडियो mn/आकाशवाणी , nf
They lost radio contact with the aircraft soon after take-off.
4. countable noun
A radio is a piece of equipment that is used for sending and receiving messages.
रेडियो mn/बेतार का तार , mn
5. transitive or intransitive verb
If you radio, or radio someone, you send a message to them by radio.
रेडियो द्वारा संदेश भेजना/बेतार का तार
The officer radioed for advice.
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Example Sentences Including 'radio'
That way, I'd have been able to plant a radio mike under the table in advance.KICK BACK (2002)
I went to switch on the air con and heard a radio playing outside.BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)
A handful of paperbacks sat on a shelf beside a blue rubber radio.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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'radio' in Other Languages
- Arabic: راديو
- Brazilian Portuguese: rádio
- Chinese: 无线电
- Croatian: radio
- Czech: rádio
- Danish: radio
- Dutch: radio
- European Spanish: radio
- Finnish: radio
- French: radio à écouter
- German: Radio Radios
- Greek: ραδιόφωνο
- Italian: radio
- Japanese: ラジオ
- Korean: 라디오
- Norwegian: radio
- Polish: radio
- Portuguese: rádio
- Romanian: radiodifuziune radiodifuziuni
- Russian: радио
- Spanish: radio
- Swedish: radio
- Thai: วิทยุ
- Turkish: radyo
- Ukrainian: радіо
- Vietnamese: máy phát thanh
Translation of radio from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary