English translation of धावा
धावाPowered by COBUILD /dhava/
Definitions and Translations
mn/dhava, dhAvA, dhaavaa, dhāvā/
1. invasion uncountable noun
If you refer to the arrival of a large number of people or things as an invasion, you are emphasizing that they are unpleasant or difficult to deal with.
⇒ ...the annual invasion of the house by flies.
2. raid transitive verb, countable noun
When soldiers or the police raid a place, they enter it by force to attack it, or to look for someone or something. This action is called a raid
⇒ Thirty policemen raided a house in East London.
3. swoop intransitive verb, countable noun
If police or soldiers swoop on a place, or if they carry out a swoop on a place, they go there suddenly and quickly, usually in order to arrest someone or to attack the place.
⇒ Police swooped on the property, taking away computers and documents. ⇒ ...a swoop on a German lorry.
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Translation of धावा from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary