Hindi translation of tick
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Word forms: ticks, ticking, ticked
Definitions and Translations
1. countable noun
In British English, a tick is a written mark like a V with the right side extended. You use it to show that something is correct or has been dealt with. The usual American word is cheque.
सही का निशान mn
⇒ Place a tick in the appropriate box.
2. transitive verb
If you tick something that is written on a piece of paper, you put a tick next to it.
सही का निशान लगाना
⇒ Please tick this box if you do not wish to receive such mailings.
3. intransitive verb, countable noun
When a clock or watch ticks, it makes a regular series of short sounds as it works. The tick of a clock is this series of short sounds.
टिक-टिक की आवाज़ करना/टिक-टिक nf
Derived formsticking uncountable noun
टिक-टिक की आवाज़ nf
⇒ ...the endless ticking of clocks.
4. intransitive verb
If you talk about what makes someone tick, you are talking about the reasons for their character and behaviour. [informal]
स्वभाव का कारण होना
⇒ Their parents simply don't understand what makes them tick.
tick away or tick by
If you say that the clock or time is ticking away or ticking by, you mean that time is passing, especially when there is something urgent that needs to be done or when someone is waiting for something to happen.
If you tick off an item on a list, you put a tick by it to show that it has been dealt with.
सही का निशान लगाना
If you tick someone off, you speak to them angrily because they have done something wrong. [informal]
⇒ Harry will be ticked off for being careless.
Derived formsticking offWord forms: tickings off countable noun
⇒ They got a ticking off from the police.
Something that is ticking over is working or operating steadily, but not producing very much or making much progress.
⇒ Eating little and often keeps your metabolism ticking over.
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Example Sentences Including 'tick'
Silence fell between them, measured only by the tick of a clock against the perpetual rush of the mill stream outside.Grace
Red -- tick -- adrenalin -- shiver through his arms, alerting them.The Last Raven
I picture the constellations --- thanks to Theo's book I know lots of them now --- then tick them off.RESCUING ROSE (2002)
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'tick' in Other Languages
- Arabic: قُرَادَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: tique sinal
- Chinese: 勾号
- Croatian: kvačica
- Czech: odškrtnutí značka
- Danish: hak
- Dutch: teek
- European Spanish: marca visto
- Finnish: ruksi
- French: coche
- German: Häkchen Häkchen
- Greek: σημάδι
- Italian: segno di spunta
- Japanese: 照合の印
- Korean: 체크 표시
- Norwegian: tikking
- Polish: zakreślenie
- Portuguese: sinal de visto sinal
- Romanian: bifă bife
- Russian: отметка галочка
- Spanish: marca señal hecha
- Swedish: fästing
- Thai: เครื่องหมายถูก
- Turkish: im
- Ukrainian: позначка
- Vietnamese: dấu kiểm
- Arabic: يَضِعُ عَلَامَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: ticar
- Chinese: 打勾
- Croatian: kucati
- Czech: zatrhnout zatrhávatoznačit
- Danish: sætte hak ved
- Dutch: aankruisen
- European Spanish: marcar visto
- Finnish: ruksata
- French: cocher
- German: ankreuzen
- Greek: τσεκάρω
- Italian: ticchettare
- Japanese: 照合の印をつける
- Korean: 체크하다
- Norwegian: tikke
- Polish: zaznaczyć zaznaczać
- Portuguese: pôr um visto
- Romanian: a bifa
- Russian: отметить
- Spanish: marcar señalar con signos distintivos
- Swedish: ticka
- Thai: ทำเครื่องหมาย
- Turkish: imleme
- Ukrainian: ставити пташку поставити пташку
- Vietnamese: đánh dấu
Translation of tick from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary