Hindi translation of 'weed'
weed /wiːd वीड्/
Word forms: weeds, weeding, weeded
1. countable noun
A weed is a wild plant growing where it is not wanted, for example in a garden.
2. transitive or intransitive verb
If you weed, or if you weed an area, you remove the weeds from it.
खर-पतवार साफ करना/खर-पतवार साफ कराना
अपतृण छाँटना/ अपतृण छँटवाना
You're probably busy weeding and planting.
If you weed out things or people that are not wanted in a group, you find them and get rid of them.
अवांछित वस्तु या व्यक्ति को निकाल बाहर करना
Some are better than others, and we intend to weed out the weak ones.
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Example Sentences Including 'weed'
The only green was the scum of livid weed on the dark greasy surfaces of the sullen waters.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
The boat slowed and he felt the brush of weed against the hull.THE MAIN CAGES (2002)
The line had tangled around a whole pile of jetsam weed which had snagged against something which stuck out of the sand.Midnight is a Lonely Place
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'weed' in Other Languages
- Arabic: عُشْبَةٌ ضَارَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: erva daninha
- Chinese: 野草
- Croatian: korov
- Czech: plevel
- Danish: tang plante
- Dutch: onkruid
- European Spanish: mala hierba
- Finnish: rikkaruoho
- French: mauvaise herbe
- German: Unkraut
- Greek: ζιζάνιο
- Italian: erbaccia
- Japanese: 雑草
- Korean: 잡초
- Norwegian: ugras
- Polish: chwast
- Portuguese: erva daninha
- Romanian: buruiană buruieni
- Russian: сорняк
- Spanish: mala hierba
- Swedish: ogräs
- Thai: วัชพืช
- Turkish: yabani ot
- Ukrainian: бур'ян
- Vietnamese: cỏ dại
Translation of weed from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary