Hindi translation of 'wipe'
wipe /waɪp वाइप्/
Word forms: wipes, wiping, wiped
1. transitive verb, countable noun
If you wipe something, or if you give it a wipe, you rub its surface to remove dirt or liquid from it.
He began to wipe the floor clean.
Lainey wiped her hands on the towel.
I'm going to give the toys a good wipe.
2. transitive verb
If you wipe dirt or liquid from something, you remove it, for example by using a cloth or your hand.
पोंछ कर साफ करना
Nancy wiped the sweat from her face.
3. countable noun
A wipe is a small moist cloth for cleaning things and is designed to be used only once.
पोंछने वाला नम कपड़ा mn
To wipe out a place or a group of people or animals means to destroy it completely.
पूरी तरह सफाया कर देना
संपूर्ण नाश करना
...the disease that wiped out thousands of seals in Europe.
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Example Sentences Including 'wipe'
She tried to wipe away his sweat from her body with the back of her hand.The Touch of Innocents
For the kind of money we're thinking about, they'd wipe out the whole of Olympia.Fools Gold
He wouldn't threaten to wipe out an entire village on the off-chance that I might be here.The Devil's Door
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'wipe' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يـَمْسَحُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: limpar com um pano
- Chinese: 擦
- Croatian: brisati
- Czech: otřít otírat
- Danish: tørre
- Dutch: vegen
- European Spanish: limpiar paño
- Finnish: pyyhkiä
- French: essuyer
- German: wischen
- Greek: σφουγγίζω
- Italian: strofinare
- Japanese: 拭く
- Korean: 닦다
- Norwegian: tørke (av)
- Polish: wytrzeć wycierać
- Portuguese: limpar com um pano
- Romanian: a șterge
- Russian: вытирать
- Spanish: limpiar
- Swedish: torka
- Thai: เช็ดออก
- Turkish: silmek temizlemek
- Ukrainian: витирати витерти
- Vietnamese: lau chùi
Translation of wipe from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary