English translation of 'के लिए'
के लिए/ke lie/
You use for when you are mentioning a person or thing that you have feelings about.
He began to feel sympathy for this unhappy man.
A word or term for something is a way of referring to it.
The technical term for sunburn is 'erythema'.
You use for when you are describing the purpose of something, the reason for something, or the cause of something.
...a room for rent. ...a comfortable chair, for using in the living room. ...a speech explaining his reasons for going.
You use for after words such as 'time', 'space', 'money', or 'energy' when you say how much there is or whether there is enough of it in order to be able to do or use a particular thing.
Many new trains have space for wheelchairs. It would take three to six hours for a round trip.
If you work for someone, you are employed by them.
...a buyer for one of the largest chain stores.
If something is for someone, they are intended to have it or benefit from it.
I have some free advice for you. ...a table for two.
If something must happen in order for something else to happen, the second thing cannot happen if the first thing does not happen.
In order for him to win, he has to get at least nine Democratic votes.
sake in phrases
If you do something for the sake of a particular thing, you do it for that purpose or in order to achieve that result.
For the sake of argument, let's assume that you're right.
If you give money towards something, you give it to help pay for that thing.
He gave them £50,000 towards a house.
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Translation of के लिए from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary