English translation of 'टक्कर'
nf/takkara, takkar, tkkara, tkkar, takkra, takkr, tkkra, tkkr, Takkara, Takkar, Tkkara, Tkkar, Takkra, Takkr, Tkkra, Tkkr, ṭakkara, ṭakkar, ṭkkara, ṭkkar, ṭakkra, ṭakkr, ṭkkra, ṭkkr/
1. bang transitive verb, countable noun
If you bang part of your body against something, you accidentally knock into it and hurt yourself. A bang is a knock or blow.
He hurried away, banging his leg against a chair.
...a sharp bang on the head.
2. bump transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If you bump something, or bump into or against something, you accidentally hit it while you are moving. You can also talk about a bump.
The boat bumped against something.
He bumped his head.
Small children often cry after a minor bump.
3. collision variable noun
A collision occurs when a moving object hits something.
Their van was involved in a collision with a car.
...a head-on collision between two aeroplanes.
4. crash intransitive or transitive verb, countable noun
If a moving vehicle crashes, you crash it, or if it has a crash, it hits something and is damaged or destroyed.
His car crashed into the back of a van.
His mother crashed her car into a tree.
...a car crash.
5. hit transitive verb, countable noun
When a moving object hits another object, it strikes or touches it with a lot of force. This impact is called a hit.
The car hit a traffic sign.
The house took a direct hit from a falling bomb.
6. impact uncountable noun
The impact of one object on another is the force with which it hits it.
The windscreen of the car was smashed by the impact with the bicyclist.
7. knock transitive verb, countable noun
If you knock something, or if you give it a knock, you touch it or hit it roughly and it moves or falls over.
She accidentally knocked the book off the shelf.
Alex King took a knock to his knee.
8. smash countable noun
You can refer to a car crash as a smash.[informal]
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Translation of टक्कर from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary