English translation of खाका
खाकाPowered by COBUILD /khaka/
Definitions and Translations
lay phrasal verb
To lay out an area of land or a building means to plan and design how its different parts should be arranged.
2. mn/khaka, khAkA, khaakaa, khākā/
1. design transitive verb, uncountable noun
When you design something new, or when you are responsible for its design, you plan what it should be like.
⇒ He asked me to design the restaurant. ⇒ The plan is designed to reduce the company's debt. ⇒ ...a new design of clock.
2. design uncountable noun
The design of something is the way in which it has been planned and made.
⇒ ...a new design of clock.
3. design countable noun
A design is a drawing which someone produces to show how they would like something to be built or made.
⇒ ...his design for a new office tower.
4. layout countable noun
The layout of a garden, building, or piece of writing is the way in which the parts of it are arranged.
5. outline transitive verb, countable noun
If you outline an idea or a plan, or if you present an outline of it, you explain it in a general way.
⇒ The mayor outlined his plan to clean up the town. ⇒ ...an outline of the survey findings.
6. sketch countable noun
A sketch of an incident or person is a brief description of them without many details.
⇒ Leonard gave a brief sketch of his childhood.
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Translation of खाका from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary