English translation of देना
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/dena, denA, denaa, denā/
1. bail transitive verb, uncountable noun
If someone who is awaiting trial is bailed, or if they are released on bail, they are set free until they have to appear in court, provided someone agrees to pay an amount of money if they fail to appear.
⇒ Schwarz is now on bail, waiting for a new trial.
2. cast transitive verb
When you cast your vote in an election, you vote.
3. dish phrasal verb
If someone dishes out criticism or punishment, they give it to someone.
4. dispense transitive verb
To dispense something means to give it to people. [formal]
⇒ He is always happy to dispense advice.
5. exchange transitive verb
If you exchange something, or if you exchange it for something else, you replace it with something.
⇒ We are happy to exchange your goods, or give you your money back.
6. give transitive verb
You can use give with nouns that refer to physical actions. The whole expression refers to the performing of the action.
⇒ George gave a smile. ⇒ She gave my hand a quick squeeze.
7. give transitive verb
You use give with nouns that refer to information, opinions, or greetings to indicate that something is communicated.
⇒ He gave no details. ⇒ He asked me to give you the news.
8. give transitive verb
If someone or something gives you a particular idea, impression, or feeling, it causes you to have it.
⇒ They gave me the impression that they were doing exactly what they wanted. ⇒ It will give great pleasure to many thousands of children.
9. give transitive verb
If you give something thought or attention, you think about it or deal with it.
⇒ I've been giving it some thought. ⇒ We give priority to people who apply early.
10. give transitive verb
If you give someone something that you own or have bought, you provide them with it, so that they have it or can use it.
⇒ Many leading businessmen gave money to the Conservative Party. ⇒ She gave me a doll for my birthday.
11. give transitive verb
If you give someone something that you are holding or that is near you, you pass it to them, so that they are then holding it.
⇒ He took a handkerchief from his pocket and gave it to her.
12. hand phrasal verb
If you hand something out, you give it to people.
⇒ One of my jobs was to hand out the prizes.
13. impart transitive verb
If something imparts a particular quality to something, it gives it that quality. [formal]
⇒ Peanut oil imparts a unique flavour to food.
14. issue transitive verb
If you are issued with something, it is officially given to you.
⇒ Staff will be issued with new uniforms.
15. judge transitive verb
If you judge a competition, you decide who the winner is.
⇒ Entrants will be judged according to age.
16. judge transitive verb
If you judge someone or something, you form an opinion about them based on the evidence or information that you have.
⇒ She judged me by the colour of my skin. ⇒ He judged that this was the moment to speak. ⇒ Judging by the opinion polls, he seems to be winning.
17. offer transitive verb
If you offer something to someone, you ask them if they would like to have it or to use it.
⇒ I offered my seat to a lady on the bus. ⇒ She offered him a cup of tea.
18. pass transitive verb
If you pass an object to someone, you pick it up and give it to them. If you pass a ball to someone, you hit, kick, or throw it to them.
⇒ Pass the salt, please.
19. pay transitive verb
You use pay with some nouns, for example in the expressions pay a visit and pay attention, to indicate that something is given or done.
⇒ He felt a bump, but paid no attention to it.
20. place transitive verb
If you place an order for some goods or for a meal, you ask a company to send you the goods or a waiter to bring you the meal.
21. place transitive verb
If you place an advertisement in a newspaper, you arrange for the advertisement to appear in the newspaper.
⇒ They placed an advertisement in the local paper.
22. proffer transitive verb
If you proffer something to someone, you offer it to them. [formal]
⇒ The army has not yet proffered an explanation.
23. sit transitive verb
In British English, if you sit an examination, you do it. In American English, you take an examination.
24. spare transitive verb
If you spare time or another resource for a particular purpose, you make it available for that purpose.
⇒ She could only spare 35 minutes for our meeting.
25. supply transitive verb
If you supply someone with something, you provide them with it.
⇒ This pipeline will supply the city with gas. ⇒ ...an agreement not to supply chemical weapons.
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Translation of देना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary