English translation of 'करना'
1. bring phrasal verb
If you bring something about, you cause it to happen.
...the only way to bring about political change.
2. commit transitive verb
To commit money or resources to something means to use them for a particular purpose.
The agencies refused to commit funds to the hospital.
3. commit transitive verb
If someone commits a crime or a sin, they do something illegal or bad.
They know who committed the murder.
4. do transitive verb
You use do to say that something has a particular result or effect.
A few bombs can do a lot of damage.
The publicity did her career no harm.
5. do transitive verb
You use do to say that someone performs an action, activity, or task.
...do the housework.
6. give transitive verb
You use give to say that a person does a particular thing for someone else.
She gives piano lessons to some of the local children.
They gave me dinner after the interview.
7. go phrasal verb
When you are going about your normal activities, you are doing them.
8. materialize intransitive verb
If an event does not materialize, it does not happen.
The rebellion failed to materialize.
9. mourn transitive or intransitive verb
If you mourn, or mourn someone who has died, you are very sad that they have died and show your sorrow in the way that you behave.
The whole nation mourned the death of their leader.
10. perpetrate transitive verb
If someone perpetrates an immoral or harmful act, they commit it.[formal]
42 per cent of theft is perpetrated by customers.
11. set transitive verb
You can use set to say that a person or thing causes something to be in a particular condition or situation. For example, if something sets someone free, it causes them to be free.
This idea set her imagination free.
Dozens of people were injured and many vehicles set on fire.
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Translation of करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary