English translation of मोड़ना
मोड़नाPowered by COBUILD /modhana/
Definitions and Translations
/modhana, modhanA, modhanaa, modhanā, modhna, modhnA, modhnaa, modhnā/
1. bend transitive or intransitive verb
When you bend a part of your body such as your arm or leg, or when it bends, you change its position so that it is no longer straight.
⇒ Stand up straight, then bend one leg. ⇒ As you walk faster, you will find the arms bend naturally.
2. buckle transitive or intransitive verb
If an object buckles or if something buckles it, it becomes bent as a result of strong heat or force.
⇒ We watched as the buckling bridge crashed into the water below.
3. flex transitive verb
If you flex your muscles or parts of your body, you bend, move, or stretch them to exercise them.
4. fold transitive verb
If you fold your arms or hands, you bring them together and cross them or link them.
5. fold transitive verb, phrasal verb
If you fold a piece of paper or cloth, or if you fold it up, you bend it so that one part covers another part.
⇒ He folded the paper carefully. ⇒ Fold the omelette in half.
6. roll phrasal verb
If you roll up your sleeves or trouser legs, you fold the ends back several times, making them shorter.
7. turn transitive or intransitive verb
To turn means to move in a different direction or to move into a different position. Turn around or turn round means the same as turn.
⇒ He turned his head left and right. ⇒ She had turned the bedside chair to face the door. ⇒ Kate turned to see a woman standing there.
8. twist transitive or intransitive verb
If you twist part of your body such as your head or your shoulders, you turn that part while keeping the rest of your body still.
⇒ She twisted her head sideways. ⇒ Susan twisted round in her seat.
9. wheel transitive verb
If you wheel an object that has wheels somewhere, you push it along.
⇒ He wheeled his bike into the alley.
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Translation of मोड़ना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary