English translation of जगह
जगहPowered by COBUILD /jagaha/
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nf/jagaha, jagah, jgaha, jgah, jagha, jagh, jgha, jgh/
1. place countable noun
A place is any point, building, area, town, or country.
⇒ ...Stratford, the place where she met her husband, Jack. ⇒ The snow was two metres deep in places.
2. place singular noun
Place can be used after 'any', 'no', 'some', or 'every' to mean 'anywhere', 'nowhere', 'somewhere', or 'everywhere'. [Am, informal]
⇒ The poor guy didn't have any place to go. ⇒ Why not go out and see if there's some place we can dance?
3. place countable noun, (in phrases)
You can refer to the position where something belongs, or where it is supposed to be, as its place. If something is in place, it is in its correct or usual position. If it is out of place, it is not in its correct or usual position.
⇒ He returned the book to its place on the shelf.
4. place countable noun
A place is a position that is available for someone to occupy.
⇒ I found a place to park.
5. place countable noun
If you get a place in a team, on a committee, or on a course, you are accepted for a place on it.
⇒ I got a place at York University.
6. point countable noun
A point is a particular position or time.
⇒ The pain was coming from a point in his right leg. ⇒ At this point Diana arrived.
7. space variable noun
You use space to refer to an area of any size that is empty or available.
⇒ They've cut down more trees to make space for houses. ⇒ In the spaces below, list the changes you have made.
8. unknown singular noun
The unknown refers generally to things or places that people do not know about or understand.
⇒ ...fear of the unknown.
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Translation of जगह from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary