English translation of 'झुकना'
1. bend intransitive verb
When you bend, you move the top part of your body downwards and forwards.
I bent over and kissed her cheek.
2. bend transitive or intransitive verb
When you bend a part of your body such as your arm or leg, or when it bends, you change its position so that it is no longer straight.
Stand up straight, then bend one leg.
As you walk faster, you will find the arms bend naturally.
3. bow intransitive verb, countable noun
When you bow to someone, or if you give them a bow, you briefly bend your body towards them as a formal way of greeting them or showing respect.
He bowed low as the queen approached.
At the end of the play, John came on stage and took a bow.
4. buckle transitive or intransitive verb
If an object buckles or if something buckles it, it becomes bent as a result of strong heat or force.
We watched as the buckling bridge crashed into the water below.
5. crouch intransitive verb
If you crouch over something, you bend over it so that you are very near to it.
He crouched over the steering wheel.
6. double (in phrases)
If you bend double, you bend right over. If you are bent double, you are bending right over.
7. lean intransitive verb
When you lean in a particular direction, you bend your body in that direction.
They stopped to lean over a gate.
8. sag intransitive verb
When something sags, it hangs down loosely or sinks downwards in the middle.
...a sagging armchair.
9. tilt transitive or intransitive verb
If you tilt an object, or if it tilts, you change its position so that one end or side is higher than the other.
Leonard tilted his chair back on two legs.
10. tip transitive or intransitive verb
If an object or part of your body tips, or if you tip it, it moves into a sloping position with one end or side higher than the other.
She had to tip her head back to see him.
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Translation of झुकना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary