Hindi translation of 'stalk'
stalk /stɔːk स्टॉक्/
Word forms: stalks, stalking, stalked
1. countable noun
The stalk of a flower, leaf, or fruit is the thin part that joins it to the plant or tree.
2. transitive verb
If you stalk a person or a wild animal, you follow them quietly and secretly in order to catch them or observe them.
I can't imagine him stalking deer or hunting rabbits.
3. intransitive verb
If you stalk somewhere, you walk there in a stiff, proud, or angry way.
He got up and stalked out of the flat.
4. transitive verb
If someone stalks someone else, they keep following them or contacting them in a frightening way.
Even after their divorce he continued to stalk her.
stalkerWord forms: stalkers countable noun
पीछा करने वाला[वाली]
A female stalker phoned him 50 times a night.
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Example Sentences Including 'stalk'
Then I had loosened my hold and allowed him to shrug free of me and stalk off.THE GOLDEN FOOL: Book Two of the Tawny Man (2002)
At my highest, while I gripped the stalk , I risked a glance back.Snowline
He listened to Dr Barbara stalk around the sick-room, reproving Professor Saito for tearing the mosquito net.Rushing to Paradise
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Translation of stalk from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary