Hindi translation of 'sway'
sway /sweɪ स्वेइ/
Word forms: sways, swaying, swayed
1. intransitive verb
When people or things sway, they lean or swing slowly from one side to the other.
The people swayed back and forth.
2. transitive verb
If you are swayed by someone or something, you are influenced by them.
Don't ever be swayed by fashion.
If someone or something holds sway, they have great power or influence over a particular place or activity.
...ideas that held sway for centuries.
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Example Sentences Including 'sway'
Ellel turned on him with elaborate forbearance, every word chosen carefully to sway those in the room to her own opinion.A Plague of Angels
The wind was strong enough to make even the heavy branches of the tree sway.COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
The Golden Sands had left the shelter of Porth Bay and was just beginning to sway on her keel.THE MAIN CAGES (2002)
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'sway' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَتَمَايَلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: balançar-se
- Chinese: 摇摆
- Croatian: ljuljati se
- Czech: kývat se zakývat se
- Danish: svinge
- Dutch: slingeren
- European Spanish: balancearse
- Finnish: huojua
- French: balancer
- German: schwanken
- Greek: ταλαντεύομαι
- Italian: oscillare
- Japanese: ゆすぶる
- Korean: 전후(좌우)로 흔들리다
- Norwegian: svaie
- Polish: zakołysać (się) kołysać (się)
- Portuguese: balançar-se
- Romanian: a se balansa
- Russian: качать
- Spanish: balancearse
- Swedish: svaja
- Thai: แกว่งไปมา
- Turkish: salınmak
- Ukrainian: коливатися
- Vietnamese: đu đưa
Translation of sway from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary