English translation of व्यक्त करना
व्यक्त करनाPowered by COBUILD /vyakta karana/
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/vyakta karana, vyakta karanA, vyakta karanaa, vyakt karanā/
1. air transitive verb
If you air your opinions, you make them known to people.
⇒ Both sides aired all their differences.
2. express transitive verb
When you express an idea or feeling, you show what you think or feel.
⇒ The president expressed the hope that 2007 would be a year for peace. ⇒ I find it difficult to express myself.
3. mention transitive verb, variable noun
If you mention something, or if you give a mention to it, you say something about it, usually briefly.
⇒ I did not mention it to her. ⇒ She mentioned that it was her husband's birthday. ⇒ There was no mention of elections.
4. phrase transitive verb
If you phrase something in a particular way, you say or write it in that way.
⇒ Try to phrase the question differently.
5. profess transitive verb
If you profess a feeling, opinion, or belief, you express it. [formal]
⇒ He professed to be happy. ⇒ He professed himself 'thrilled' at the results.
6. project transitive verb
If you project a particular feeling or quality, you show it in your behaviour. If you project someone or something in a particular way, you try to make people see them in that way.
⇒ He wasn't able to project himself as a strong leader. ⇒ Many people project her as an intellectual.
7. put phrasal verb
When you put something across or put it over, you succeed in describing or explaining it to someone.
⇒ I put across my point of view and he put across his.
8. put transitive verb
When you put an idea or remark in a particular way, you express it in that way.
⇒ The police might have 'made some mistakes', as he put it. ⇒ You can't put that sort of fear into words.
9. say transitive verb
If something says something about a person, situation, or thing, it reveals something about them.
⇒ 'We regard good quality health care as a human right; it says something about the decency and fairness of our society,' he said.
10. set phrasal verb
If you set out facts or opinions, you explain them in writing or speech in a clear, organized way.
⇒ The agreement sets out how the two countries will co-operate.
11. vent transitive verb
If you vent your feelings, you express them forcefully.
⇒ The students tried to vent their anger on the police.
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Translation of व्यक्त करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary