Hindi translation of 'stray'
stray /streɪ स्ट्रेइ/
Word forms: strays, straying, strayed
1. intransitive verb
If someone strays somewhere, they wander away from where they should be.
Tourists often get lost and stray into dangerous areas.
2. adjective before noun, countable noun
A stray dog or cat has wandered away from its owner's home. A stray is a stray dog or cat.
भटका हुआ[भटकी हुई]/भटका हुआ जानवर mn
3. intransitive verb
If your mind or your eyes stray, you do not concentrate on or look at one particular subject, but start thinking about or looking at other things.
She could not keep her eyes from straying towards him.
4. adjective before noun
Stray things have become separated from other similar things.
She pushed a stray hair out of her eyes.
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Example Sentences Including 'stray'
Judy has an out-of-wedlock baby and Violet employs her in the same spirit as she takes in stray kittens.Splitting
White mists began to rise and curl on the surface of the river and stray about the roots of the trees upon its borders.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
My eyes stray to the mysterious mound of earth next to Alice's tomb.A Means to Evil
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'stray' in Other Languages
- Arabic: ضَالّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: vadio vadiaanimal
- Chinese: 走失的动物
- Croatian: lutalica
- Czech: zatoulané zvíře pes, kočka
- Danish: herreløst dyr
- Dutch: zwerver
- European Spanish: animal perdido
- Finnish: kulkukoira / kulkukissa
- French: animal errant
- German: streunendes Tier
- Greek: αδέσποτο
- Italian: randagio
- Japanese: 捨[す]て･･･
- Korean: 길 잃은 동물
- Norwegian: spredning
- Polish: zabłąkane zwierzę
- Portuguese: vadio vadiaanimal
- Romanian: vagabond vagabond, vagabondă, vagabonzi, vagabonde
- Russian: бездомный бездомная
- Spanish: animal perdido
- Swedish: vilsekommet djur
- Thai: สัตว์ที่หลงทาง
- Turkish: sürüden ayrılmış
- Ukrainian: бездомна тварина
- Vietnamese: gia súc bị lạc
Translation of stray from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary