Hindi translation of 'swing'
swing /swɪŋ स्विङ्/
Word forms: swings, swinging, swung
1. transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If something swings, or if you swing it, it moves backwards and forwards or from side to side from a fixed point, once or several times. You can refer to this movement as a swing.
दोलन करना/दोलन mn
The pendulum slowly started to swing.
Mary Rose came back into the room, swinging her handbag.
Roy swung his legs carefully off the couch.
...walking with a slight swing to her hips.
2. transitive or intransitive verb
If a vehicle swings in a particular direction, or if a driver swings his or her vehicle in a particular direction, he or she turns it suddenly in that direction.
सर्र से मोड़ लेना/मुड़ जाना
He got into Margie's car and swung out onto the road.
He swung the car off the road.
3. intransitive verb, countable noun
If you swing at someone or something, or if you take a swing at them, you try to hit them.
निशाना बनाना/निशाना mn
She picked up his baseball bat and swung at the man's head.
I often want to take a swing at someone.
4. countable noun
A swing is a seat hanging by two ropes or chains from a metal frame or tree. You can sit on the seat and move backwards and forwards through the air.
5. intransitive verb, countable noun
If people's opinions, attitudes, or feelings swing, or if there is a swing in them, they change significantly.
परिवर्तित होना/परिवर्तन mn
The mood amongst members was swinging away from their leader.
...violent mood swings.
If something is in full swing, it is operating fully and is no longer in its early stages.
पूरे जोरों पर
The international rugby season is in full swing.
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Example Sentences Including 'swing'
She thought, but they come here for jokes and stories and apples and chocolates and rides on the swing.Lost Children
Summoning all my strength, I swing the jack at the fragile lock on the front door.CHAMELEON (2002)
Stephanie and Saev watched them through the windows in the classroom's swing doors.CHAMELEON (2002)
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'swing' in Other Languages
- Arabic: تَأَرْجُح
- Brazilian Portuguese: balanço
- Chinese: 摇摆
- Croatian: njihaljka
- Czech: houpání
- Danish: gynge
- Dutch: schommel
- European Spanish: columpio
- Finnish: keinunta
- French: balançoire
- German: Schaukel
- Greek: κούνια παιχνίδι
- Italian: oscillazione
- Japanese: 揺れ
- Korean: 흔들림
- Norwegian: gynge
- Polish: kołysanie
- Portuguese: balanço
- Romanian: balansare balansări
- Russian: качание
- Spanish: columpio
- Swedish: gunga
- Thai: การแกว่งไปมา
- Turkish: sallanma
- Ukrainian: хитання
- Vietnamese: động tác đu đưa
- Arabic: يُرْجِحُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: balançar
- Chinese: 摇摆
- Croatian: njihati
- Czech: houpat (se) zhoupnout (se)
- Danish: svinge
- Dutch: schommelen
- European Spanish: oscilar
- Finnish: keinua keinussa
- French: balancer
- German: schaukeln
- Greek: αιωρούμαι
- Italian: oscillare
- Japanese: 揺れる
- Korean: 흔들흔들 움직이다
- Norwegian: svinge
- Polish: zakołysać się kołysać się
- Portuguese: balançar
- Romanian: a se balansa
- Russian: качаться
- Spanish: columpiarse
- Swedish: svänga
- Thai: แกว่ง
- Turkish: sallanmak
- Ukrainian: хитати(ся)
- Vietnamese: đu đưa
Translation of swing from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary