English translation of ले जाना
ले जानाPowered by COBUILD /le jana/
Definitions and Translations
/le jana, le jAnA, le jaanaa, le jānā/
1. bear transitive verb
If you bear something somewhere, you carry it there. [literary]
⇒ They bore the huge box into the kitchen.
2. bring transitive verb
If you bring something somewhere, you move it there.
⇒ She reached into her pocket and brought out a coin. ⇒ Her mother brought her hands up to her face. ⇒ He poured some water for Dena and brought it to her.
3. carry transitive verb
To carry someone or something means to take them somewhere.
⇒ He carried a message of thanks to the president. ⇒ The ship can carry seventy passengers.
4. cart transitive verb
If you cart things somewhere, you carry or transport them there, often with difficulty. [informal]
⇒ They carted off the entire contents of the house.
5. convey transitive verb
To convey someone or something to a place means to transport them there. [formal]
⇒ Most people convey goods from the supermarket to the car in plastic bags.
6. deliver transitive verb
If you deliver something somewhere, you take it there.
⇒ The Canadians plan to deliver more food to southern Somalia. ⇒ We were told the pizza would be delivered in 20 minutes.
7. lead transitive verb
If you lead someone to a particular place or thing, you take them there.
⇒ The nurse led me to a large room.
8. sneak transitive verb
If you sneak something somewhere, you take it there secretly.
⇒ I sneaked sweets into class.
9. take transitive verb
If a person, vehicle, or path takes someone somewhere, they transport or lead them there.
⇒ She took me to a Mexican restaurant.
10. 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 ले जाना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary