English translation of 'चाहना'
1. care transitive or intransitive verb
If you care to do something or care for something it means you want or choose to do it.[formal]
He asked if we would care to join him.
Would you care for some orange juice?
2. fancy transitive verb
If you fancy something, you want to have it or do it.[Brit , informal]
Do you fancy going to see a film sometime?
I just fancied a drink.
3. hunger intransitive verb, singular noun
If you hunger for something, or if you have a hunger for it, you want it very much.[formal]
Jules hungered for adventure.
4. like transitive verb
If you like something such as a particular course of action or way of behaving, you approve of it.
Jan, his wife, didn't like him working so much.
5. love transitive verb, uncountable noun
If you love something, or if you have a love of it, you like it very much.
I love taking photographs.
I'm a person that loves to be in the outdoors.
...a love of literature.
6. require transitive verb
To require something means to need it.
The crisis requires immediate action.
7. want transitive verb
If you want something, you feel a desire or a need for it.
I want a drink.
People wanted to know who this talented designer was.
He wanted his power recognised.
Do you want another cup of coffee?
8. will transitive verb
If you will something to happen, you try to make it happen using mental rather than physical effort.
I looked at the telephone, willing it to ring.
9. yearn transitive or intransitive verb
If someone yearns for something, they want it very much.
He yearned for freedom.
I yearned to be a movie actor.
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Translation of चाहना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary