Hindi translation of 'treat'
treat /triːt ट्रीट्/
Word forms: treats, treating, treated
1. transitive verb
If you treat someone or something in a particular way, you behave towards them in that way.
बरताव या व्यवहार करना
Stop treating me like a child.
All faiths should be treated with respect.
treat someone/something with/as/like something
treat someone/something with contempt/caution/respect/dignity
treat someone like/as a criminal/slave/queen/king
treat someone unfairly/harshly/badly/humanely
treat someone/something differently/separately/accordingly
SIMILAR WORDShandle, deal with, behave towards
2. transitive verb
When a doctor treats a patient or an illness, he or she tries to make the patient well again.
The boy was treated for a minor head injury.
treat someone/something with something
treat someone for something
treat someone/something with antibiotics/chemotherapy/medication
treat someone for a burn/injury/wound
treat someone for shock/dehydration/cancer
treat a patient/disease/illness/condition/symptom
SIMILAR WORDSheal, cure
3. transitive verb
If something is treated with a particular substance, the substance is put onto or into it, for example in order to clean it.
Treat your lawn regularly with weed-killer.
4. countable noun, transitive verb
If you give someone a treat, or if you treat them, you buy or arrange something special for them which they will enjoy.
मनोरंजन mn/मनोरंजन कराना
Sometimes as a special treat my grandfather took me to the zoo.
Go on, treat yourself to a new dress.
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Example Sentences Including 'treat'
I always treat it like I'm watching Dynasty or the South Bank Show.DEAD BEAT (2002)
Without this clinic many of the people we treat would never have the opportunity to rebuild lives that have been destroyed by their illness.LOST SUMMER (2002)
You've got to treat the symptoms till you can cure the disease.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'treat' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَدْفَعُ لِشَخْص
- Brazilian Portuguese: mimo
- Chinese: 款待
- Croatian: čašćenje
- Czech: dárek
- Danish: lille gave
- Dutch: traktatie
- European Spanish: gusto placer
- Finnish: mukava yllätys
- French: gâterie
- German: Sondervergnügen
- Greek: κέρασμα
- Italian: piacere
- Japanese: 歓待
- Korean: 대접 즐겁게 하다
- Norwegian: noe spesielt
- Polish: przyjemność
- Portuguese: mimo
- Romanian: bucurie bucurii
- Russian: угощение
- Spanish: gusto placer
- Swedish: något extra gott
- Thai: เลี้ยง ให้ของ
- Turkish: birine ufak bir armağan alma
- Ukrainian: задоволення
- Vietnamese: sự thết đãi
- Arabic: يُعَامِلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: tratar
- Chinese: 款待
- Croatian: postupati s nekim
- Czech: zacházet s lidmi
- Danish: behandle
- Dutch: behandelen
- European Spanish: tratar
- Finnish: kohdella
- French: traiter
- German: behandeln
- Greek: μεταχειρίζομαι
- Italian: trattare
- Japanese: 扱う
- Korean: 취급하다
- Norwegian: behandle
- Polish: potraktować traktować
- Portuguese: tratar
- Romanian: a considera
- Russian: угощать
- Spanish: tratar
- Swedish: bjuda
- Thai: ปฏิบัติต่อ
- Turkish: davranmak muamele
- Ukrainian: ставитися
- Vietnamese: đối xử
Translation of treat from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary