English translation of 'पकड़'
nf/pakadha, pakadh, pkadha, pkadh, pakdha, pakdh, pkdha, pkdh/
1. grasp transitive verb, singular noun
If you grasp something, you hold it firmly. A grasp is a firm hold or grip.
She was trying to grasp at something.
His hand was taken in a warm, firm grasp.
2. grasp singular noun
If something is in your grasp, you possess or control it. If something slips from your grasp, you lose it or lose control of it.
She allowed victory to slip from her grasp.
3. hold transitive verb, countable noun
When you hold something, you carry or support it, using your hands or your arms. Your hold on something is the fact that you are holding it.
Hold the baby while I load the car.
I could feel him tighten his hold on the stick.
4. stranglehold countable noun
To have a stranglehold on something means to have control over it and prevent it being free or developing.
The troops are tightening their stranglehold on the city.
It took the country over 40 years to break the stranglehold of the old system.
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Translation of पकड़ from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary