English translation of 'ठहरना'
1. halt transitive or intransitive verb, (in phrases)
When a vehicle or person halts or when something halts them, they stop moving along and stand still. You can also say that they come to a halt.
She held her hand out flat, to halt him.
The lift came to a halt.
2. hang phrasal verb
If you hang out in a particular place or area, you go and stay there for no particular reason, or spend a lot of time there.[informal]
We can just hang out and have a good time.
3. hang phrasal verb
If you ask someone to hang on, you mean you want them to wait for a moment.[informal]
Hang on a second. I'll come with you.
4. hang phrasal verb
If you hang about, hang around, or hang round somewhere, you stay or wait there.[informal]
He got sick of hanging around waiting for me.
5. remain intransitive verb
If you remain in a place, you do not move away from it.
She remained at home, waiting for the phone to ring.
6. stay intransitive verb
If you stay in a town or hotel, or at someone's house, you live there for a short time.
We stayed the night in a little hotel.
7. wait intransitive verb
If you say that something can wait, you mean that it can be dealt with later.
I want to talk to you, but it can wait.
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Translation of ठहरना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary