English translation of उछाल
उछालPowered by COBUILD /uchala/
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1. boom countable noun, intransitive verb
If there is a boom in something such as the economy, or if it is booming, it increases or develops very quickly.
⇒ ...the 1980s property boom. ⇒ Sales are booming.
2. hop intransitive verb, countable noun
When you hop, you move along by jumping on one foot. A movement like this is called a hop.
3. jump intransitive verb, countable noun
If an amount or level jumps, or if there is a jump in an amount or level, it suddenly increases by a large amount in a short time.
⇒ Sales jumped from $94 million to over $101 million. ⇒ ...a big jump in profits.
4. skip intransitive verb, countable noun
If you skip along, you move along with a series of little jumps from one foot to the other, called skips.
⇒ They skipped down the street. ⇒ Anna gave a little skip of joy.
5. upturn countable noun
If there is an upturn in the economy or in a company or industry, it becomes more successful.
2. mn/uchala, uchAla, uchaala, uchāl, uchal, uchAl, uchaal, uchhala, uchhAla, uchhaala, uchhāl, uchhal, uchhAl, uchhaal/
1. bounce transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
When something such as a ball bounces, or when you bounce it, it moves upwards or away immediately after hitting a surface. This movement is called a bounce.
⇒ The ball bounced right in front of them. ⇒ I bounced a ball against the house. ⇒ ...two bounces of the ball.
2. leap intransitive verb, countable noun
You can say that things leap or take a leap when they suddenly advance or increase by a large amount.
⇒ Their share will leap to about 15 per cent. ⇒ ...a giant leap in productivity.
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Translation of उछाल from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary