Hindi translation of 'stunt'
stunt /stʌnt स्टन्ट्/
Word forms: stunts, stunting, stunted
1. countable noun
A stunt is something interesting that someone does to get attention or publicity.
She turned her wedding into a publicity stunt.
2. countable noun
A stunt is a dangerous and exciting piece of action in a film.
The team will perform stunts including ramp-to-ramp jumps.
3. transitive verb
If something stunts the growth or development of a person or thing, it prevents them from growing or developing normally.
बढ़ने न देना
The disease stunted her growth.
...stunted trees with harsh dry leaves.
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Example Sentences Including 'stunt'
He's quite capable of pulling some stunt just to keep the pot boiling.Something in the Water
Clearly he had provided the music for the twins ' ghost stunt.SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)
It would certainly help if I could get back in James ' good graces before trying such a stunt.SOMEBODY (2002)
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'stunt' in Other Languages
- Arabic: عَمَلٌ جَرِئٌ وَ مُثِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: façanha
- Chinese: 惊险动作
- Croatian: senzacija
- Czech: akrobatický kousek
- Danish: stunt
- Dutch: stunt
- European Spanish: acrobacia
- Finnish: temppu
- French: cascade film
- German: Stunt Stunts
- Greek: ακροβατικό
- Italian: acrobazia
- Japanese: 離れわざ
- Korean: 아슬아슬한 연기
- Norwegian: stunt
- Polish: wyczyn
- Portuguese: façanha
- Romanian: scamatorie scamatorii
- Russian: трюк
- Spanish: acrobacia
- Swedish: konststycke
- Thai: สิ่งที่ทำให้ผู้คนสนใจ
- Turkish: dublör
- Ukrainian: трюк
- Vietnamese: sự kiện gây chú ý
Translation of stunt from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary