English translation of 'मार्ग'
mn/marga, mArga, maarga, mārg, marg, mArg, maarg/
1. approach countable noun
The approach to a place is the road or path that leads to it.
The path serves as an approach to the boat house.
2. avenue countable noun
An avenue is a wide road, with shops or houses on each side.
...the most expensive stores on Park Avenue.
3. course uncountable noun
The course of a vehicle is the route along which it is travelling.
The pilot changed course and flew north.
4. line countable noun
Line is used to refer to a route along which people or things move or are sent.
The telephone lines went dead.
They've got to ride right to the end of the line.
5. path countable noun
A path that you take is a particular course of action or way of doing something.
...a step on the path of peace.
6. path countable noun
The path of something is the line which it moves along in a particular direction.
Without looking, he stepped into the path of the car.
7. path countable noun
A path is a strip of ground that people walk along.
...the garden path.
8. route countable noun
A route is a way from one place to another.
...the most direct route to the town centre.
9. way countable noun
The way to a particular place is the route that you must take in order to get there.
Does anybody know the way to the bathroom?
We'll go out the back way.
This is the way in.
10. way singular noun
You use way in expressions such as push your way and make your way to indicate movement or progression, especially when this is difficult or slow.
He pushed his way to the bar.
Fergus sat at the desk working his way through a pile of papers.
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Translation of मार्ग from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary