English translation of 'मुक्त करना'
मुक्त करना /mukta karana/
1. cleanse transitive verb
To cleanse a person, place, or organization of something dirty, unpleasant, or evil means to make them free of it.
He tried to cleanse the house of bad memories.
2. discharge transitive verb, uncountable noun
When someone is discharged from hospital, prison, or the armed forces, or when they are given a discharge, they are allowed to leave, or told that they must leave.
He has a broken nose but may be discharged today.
He was given a conditional discharge.
3. emancipate transitive verb
If people are emancipated, they are freed from unpleasant or degrading social, political, or legal restrictions.[formal]
The war emancipated the slaves.
4. loosen phrasal verb
If you loosen up, you do simple exercises to get your muscles ready for a physical activity.
5. release transitive verb, countable noun
If a prisoner or animal is released, they are set free. You can also talk about someone's release.
He demanded the release of all political prisoners.
6. rid transitive verb
If you rid a place or person of something undesirable or unwanted, you succeed in removing it completely.
He tried to rid himself of these unpleasant thoughts.
7. wean transitive verb
If you wean someone off a bad habit, you gradually make them stop doing it or liking it.
...a programme to wean people off chips and fast food.
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Translation of मुक्त करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary