English translation of झटका देना
झटका देनाPowered by COBUILD /jhataka dena/
Definitions and Translations
/jhataka dena, jhatakA denA, jhatakaa denaa, jhatakā denā, jhaTaka dena, jhaTakA denA, jhaTakaa denaa, jhaTakā denā, jhaṭaka dena, jhaṭakA denA, jhaṭakaa denaa, jhaṭakā denā/
1. flick transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If something flicks in a particular direction, or if someone flicks it, it moves with a short, sudden movement. This action is called a flick.
⇒ His tongue flicked across his lips. ⇒ She sighed and flicked a dishcloth at the counter. ⇒ ...a flick of the whip.
2. jerk transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If you jerk something or someone, or if they jerk in a particular direction, they move a short distance very suddenly and quickly. A jerk is a short sudden movement.
⇒ He jerked his head in my direction. ⇒ The car jerked to a halt. ⇒ He showed me the bathroom with a jerk of his head.
3. jolt transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If something jolts, or if something else jolts it, it moves suddenly and violently. A jolt is a sudden violent movement.
⇒ The train jolted into motion. ⇒ He fell into the river when his boat was jolted. ⇒ One tiny jolt could worsen her injuries.
4. tug transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If you tug something, if you tug at it, or if you give it a tug, you give it a quick pull.
⇒ Anna tugged at Martha's arm. 'Look,' she said.
5. wriggle transitive or intransitive verb
If you wriggle, or if you wriggle a part of your body, you twist and turn your body with quick movements.
⇒ Janey wriggled out of her father's arms. ⇒ She pulled off her shoes and wriggled her toes.
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Translation of झटका देना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary