English translation of 'खोलना'
1. open transitive or intransitive verb
When you open something such as a door or the lid of a box, or when it opens, you move it so that it no longer covers a hole or gap.
He opened the window. The church doors opened and the crowd came out.
2. open transitive verb
If you open something such as a container or a letter, you move, remove, or cut part of it so that you can take out what is inside.
The Inspector opened the packet of cigarettes.
3. open transitive or intransitive verb
If you open something such as a book, an umbrella, or your hand, or if it opens, the different parts of it move away from each other so that the inside of it can be seen.
He opened the book. The officer's mouth opened.
4. open transitive or intransitive verb
When you open your eyes, or when they open, you move your eyelids upwards so that you can see.
5. open transitive or intransitive verb
When a shop, office, or public building opens, or when it is opened, its doors are unlocked and the people in it start working.
Banks closed on Friday afternoon and did not open again until Monday morning.
6. open phrasal verb
When you open up a building, you unlock and open the door so that people can get in.
The postmaster and his wife arrived to open up the shop.
7. release transitive verb, countable noun
When a form of energy or a substance such as a gas is released from something, it escapes from it. You can also talk about the release of energy or a substance.
...the release of gases into the environment.
8. undo transitive verb
If you undo something, you unfasten, loosen, or untie it.
She undid the buttons of her jacket.
9. unfold transitive or intransitive verb
If someone unfolds something which has been folded or if it unfolds, it is opened out and becomes flat.
He quickly unfolded the blankets.
10. unfurl transitive or intransitive verb
If you unfurl something such as a flag or umbrella, or if it unfurls, you unroll or unfold it so that it is flat or open and can be seen or used.
The protesters unfurled a banner saying 'Stop the cuts!'
11. unleash transitive verb
If you say that someone or something unleashes a powerful movement or feeling, you mean that it starts suddenly and has an immediate strong effect.
The British Air Force unleashed a terrible attack on the city of Dresden in 1945.
12. untie transitive verb
If you untie something that is tied to another thing, or if you untie two things that are tied together, you remove the string or rope that holds them.
Just untie my hands.
13. unwind transitive or intransitive verb
If you unwind something that is wrapped round something else, you undo it. If something unwinds, it stops being wrapped round something else and becomes straight again.
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Translation of खोलना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary