English translation of प्राप्त करना
प्राप्त करनाPowered by COBUILD /prapta karana/
Definitions and Translations
/prapta karana, prApta karanA, praapta karanaa, prāpt karanā/
1. achieve transitive verb
If you achieve a particular aim or effect, you succeed in doing it or causing it to happen, usually after a lot of effort.
⇒ Achieving our goals makes us feel good.
2. attain transitive verb
If you attain something, you gain it, often after a lot of effort. [formal]
⇒ Jim is halfway to attaining his pilot's licence.
3. buy transitive verb
If you buy something such as time or freedom, you obtain it but only by offering or giving up something in return.
⇒ It was a risky operation, but might buy more time.
4. come phrasal verb
To come by something means to find or obtain it.
5. command transitive verb
If you command something such as obedience or attention, you obtain it as a result of being popular or important.
⇒ This doctor commands the respect of all his colleagues.
6. derive transitive verb
If you derive something such as pleasure or benefit from someone or something, you get it from them.
⇒ He derives pleasure from helping others.
7. elicit transitive verb
If you elicit a piece of information, you get it by asking the right questions.
⇒ My phone call elicited some interesting information.
8. gain transitive verb
If you gain something, you acquire it gradually.
⇒ Students can gain experience by working on the college magazine. ⇒ The helicopter gained speed as it flew towards land.
9. gain transitive verb
If you gain something, you obtain it, usually after a lot of effort.
⇒ Passing exams is not enough to gain a place at university.
10. get transitive verb
If you get something that you want or need, you obtain it or receive it.
⇒ The problem was how to get enough food. ⇒ I asked him to get me some information. ⇒ Whenever I get the chance I go to Maxim's for dinner.
11. got transitive verb
You use have got in spoken English when you are saying that someone owns, possesses, or is holding a particular thing, or when you are mentioning a quality or characteristic that someone or something has.
⇒ I've got a coat just like this. ⇒ Have you got any ideas?
12. hold (in phrases)
If you get hold of something or someone, you manage to get them or find them.
⇒ It is hard to get hold of guns in this country.
13. net transitive verb
If you net something, you manage to get it, often by using skill.
⇒ The sale will net $1.5 million.
14. notch phrasal verb
If you notch up something such as a score or total, you achieve it. [journalism]
⇒ The shop notched up sales worth £1 million.
15. obtain transitive verb
To obtain something means to get it or achieve it. [formal]
⇒ Evans was trying to obtain a false passport.
16. reap transitive verb
If you reap the benefits or the rewards of something, you enjoy the good things that happen as a result of it.
17. take phrasal verb
If you take out something such as a loan or insurance policy, a company agrees to let you have it.
18. tout intransitive verb
If someone touts for business or custom, they try to obtain it. [Brit]
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Translation of प्राप्त करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary