English translation of धकेलना
धकेलनाPowered by COBUILD /dhakelana/
Definitions and Translations
/dhakelana, dhakelanA, dhakelanaa, dhakelanā, dhkelana, dhkelanA, dhkelanaa, dhkelanā, dhakelna, dhakelnA, dhakelnaa, dhakelnā, dhkelna, dhkelnA, dhkelnaa, dhkelnā/
1. hustle transitive verb
If you hustle someone, you make them move quickly, usually by pulling or pushing them.
⇒ The guards hustled Harry out of the car.
2. jostle intransitive verb
If people or things are jostling for something such as attention or a reward, they are competing with each other for it.
⇒ The two managers are jostling for the top job.
3. jostle transitive or intransitive verb
If people jostle you, they bump against you or push you in a crowd.
⇒ I was jostled by a group of fans. ⇒ Journalists and photographers jostled for space. ⇒ Brian jostled his way through the crowd.
4. push transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
When you push something, you use force to make it move away from you or away from its previous position. You can also say that you give it a push.
⇒ The woman pushed back her chair and stood up. ⇒ He pushed the door open. ⇒ He gave me a sharp push. ⇒ The men pushed and the horses pulled, and together they dragged the tree to the side of the road.
5. shove transitive verb, countable noun
If you shove someone or something, or if you give them a shove, you give them a hard push.
⇒ He shoved her out of the way. ⇒ She gave Gracie a shove towards the house.
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Translation of धकेलना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary