English translation of कसना
कसनाPowered by COBUILD /kasana/
Definitions and Translations
/kasana, kasanA, kasanaa, kasanā, ksana, ksanA, ksanaa, ksanā, kasna, kasnA, kasnaa, kasnā, ksna, ksnA, ksnaa, ksnā/
1. brace transitive verb
If you brace yourself against something, you press against it in order to steady yourself or to avoid falling.
⇒ Elaine braced herself against the dresser.
2. clamp transitive verb
When you clamp one thing to another, you fasten them together with a clamp.
⇒ Clamp the microphone to the pole.
3. clamp transitive verb
To clamp something in a particular place means to put it there firmly and tightly.
⇒ He clamped his lips together.
4. fasten transitive or intransitive verb
When you fasten something, or when it fastens, you do it up or close it by means of buttons or a strap, buckle, or other device.
⇒ Fasten your seat belt. ⇒ The dress fastens with a long zip.
5. lock phrasal verb
To lock someone away or to lock them up means to put them in prison or in a secure psychiatric hospital.
⇒ Locking them away is not enough, you have to give them treatment.
6. tighten transitive or intransitive verb
If you tighten your grip on something, or if your grip on something tightens, you hold it more firmly or securely.
⇒ I could feel him tighten his grip on the stick.
7. tighten transitive verb, phrasal verb
When you tighten a screw, nut, or other device, or when you tighten it up, you turn it or move it so that it is more firmly in place or holds something more firmly.
⇒ I used my fingers to tighten the screw. ⇒ It's important to tighten up the wheels properly.
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Translation of कसना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary