English translation of 'नष्ट करना'
नष्ट करना /nashta karana/
1. destroy transitive verb
To destroy something means to cause so much damage to it that it is completely ruined or does not exist any more.
The building was completely destroyed.
He destroyed my confidence.
2. eat phrasal verb
If one thing eats away another or eats away at another, it gradually destroys it or uses it up.
The sea is eating away at the coastline.
3. kill phrasal verb
If you kill things off, you destroy or kill all of them.
The bears in this area have been killed off.
You must boil it to kill off any infection.
4. obliterate transitive verb
If something obliterates an object or place, it destroys it completely.
Whole villages were obliterated by fire.
5. tear phrasal verb
If you tear something down, you destroy it or remove it completely.
They tore the school down some years later.
6. waste transitive verb, singular noun
If you waste something such as time, money, or energy, you use too much of it doing something that is not important or necessary, or is unlikely to succeed. You can say that doing this is a waste of time, money, or energy.
She didn't want to waste time looking at old cars.
I resolved not to waste money on a hotel.
It was just a waste of government money.
I thought the meeting was a waste of time.
7. zap transitive verb
To zap someone or something means to kill, destroy, or hit them, usually using a gun, spray, or laser.[informal]
She had her spots zapped with a laser.
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Translation of नष्ट करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary