English translation of सामना करना
सामना करनाPowered by COBUILD /samana karana/
Definitions and Translations
/samana karana, sAmanA karanA, saamanaa karanaa, sāmanā karanā/
1. brave transitive verb
If you brave a difficult or dangerous situation, you deliberately experience it, in order to achieve something.
⇒ Thousands have braved icy rain to demonstrate their support.
2. combat transitive verb /kəmˈbæt कमˈबैट्/
If people in authority combat something, they try to stop it happening.
⇒ What are we doing to combat crime?
3. come phrasal verb
If you come up against a problem or difficulty, you have to deal with it.
⇒ Then they came up against the quickest team in the world.
4. confront transitive verb
If you confront someone, you stand or sit in front of them, especially when you are going to fight or argue with them.
⇒ The men confronted each other during a televised debate.
5. confront transitive verb
If you are confronted with a problem or task, you have to deal with it.
⇒ She was confronted with severe money problems. ⇒ The difficulties confronting them were immense.
6. cope intransitive verb
If you cope with a problem, task, or difficult situation, you deal with it successfully.
⇒ She had to cope with losing all her money. ⇒ Don't worry, Carrie. I'll cope.
7. encounter transitive verb
If you encounter problems or difficulties, you experience them.
⇒ ...problems encountered by disabled people.
8. eye (in phrases)
If you look someone in the eye or meet their eyes, you look directly at them in a bold, open way, for example in order to make them realize that you are not afraid of them or that you are telling the truth.
⇒ She felt so silly she could not look Robert in the eye. ⇒ She met my eyes, but offered no explanation.
9. face transitive verb
If you cannot face something, you do not feel able to deal with it because it seems so difficult or unpleasant.
⇒ She cannot face going out alone any more. ⇒ I couldn't face seeing anyone.
10. meet transitive verb
If someone or something meets an attitude or reaction, or if they meet with it, they experience that attitude or get that reaction from people.
⇒ They met opposition from trade unions. ⇒ The idea met with a cool response.
11. meet transitive verb
If you meet something such as a problem or challenge, you deal satisfactorily with it.
⇒ They had worked hard to meet the deadline.
12. put phrasal verb
To put up resistance to something means to resist it.
⇒ He was old and very weak. He couldn't put up a fight.
13. run phrasal verb
If you run into problems or difficulties, you unexpectedly begin to experience them.
⇒ His company has run into trouble.
14. run phrasal verb
If you run up against problems, you suddenly begin to experience them.
15. suffer transitive or intransitive verb
If you suffer, or suffer something bad, you are in a situation in which something painful, harmful, or very unpleasant happens to you.
⇒ They suffered complete defeat. ⇒ It is the poor who have suffered most from food shortages.
16. tackle transitive verb
If you tackle a difficult task, you start dealing with it in a determined way.
⇒ They will need help to tackle the crisis.
17. wrestle intransitive verb
If you wrestle with someone, you fight them by forcing them into painful positions or throwing them to the ground, rather than by hitting them. Some people wrestle as a sport.
18. wrestle intransitive verb
If you wrestle with a difficult problem or situation, you try to solve it.
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Translation of सामना करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary