English translation of लगना
लगनाPowered by COBUILD /lagana/
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/lagana, laganA, laganaa, laganā, lgana, lganA, lganaa, lganā, lagna, lagnA, lagnaa, lagnā, lgna, lgnA, lgnaa, lgnā/
1. feel intransitive verb
If you talk about how you feel about something, you talk about your opinion, attitude, or reaction to it.
⇒ How do you feel about spending less time with your kids?
2. feel transitive verb
If you feel that you should do something, you think that you should do it.
⇒ I feel that I should say sorry.
3. find transitive verb
You can use find to express your reaction to someone or something.
⇒ We're sure you'll find it exciting! ⇒ I found that he was a good worker after I showed him what to do.
4. kick transitive verb, countable noun
If you kick someone or something, or if you give them a kick, you hit them with your foot.
⇒ She kicked him in the leg. ⇒ The police kicked down the door. ⇒ He suffered a kick to the knee.
5. look link verb
You use look when indicating what you think will happen in the future or how a situation seems to you.
⇒ He had lots of time to think, and the future didn't look good. ⇒ It looks likely that the deal will go through.
6. pass phrasal verb
If someone passes for or passes as a particular person or thing, it means that they are accepted as that person or thing, in spite of not having all the right qualities.
⇒ ...a woman passing as a man. ⇒ I look exactly like that girl. I could pass for her twin.
7. seem transitive verb
You use seem when you are describing your own feelings or thoughts, in order to make your statement less forceful.
⇒ I seem to have lost all my self-confidence. ⇒ I seem to remember giving you very precise instructions.
8. should modal verb
You use should in expressions such as I should imagine to indicate that you think something is true but you are not sure.
⇒ I should think it's going to rain soon.
9. strike transitive verb
If something strikes you as being a particular thing, it gives you the impression of being that thing.
⇒ He struck me as a very serious but friendly person.
10. stub transitive verb
If you stub your toe, you hurt it by accidentally kicking something.
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Translation of लगना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary