English translation of 'से'
If you hold someone or something by a particular part of them, you hold that part.
He caught her by the shoulder.
You use from to say what the source, origin, or starting point of something is.
It was a present from his wife.
The results were taken from six surveys.
...cheese from France.
If someone or something moves or is taken from a place, they leave it or are removed from it.
The guests watched as she ran from the room.
If you take something from an amount, you reduce the amount by that much.
£103 is taken from Mrs Adams' salary every month.
If you are away from a place, you are not there.
Her husband worked away from home a lot.
If you return from a place or activity, you return after being there or doing it.
My son Colin has just returned from Amsterdam.
If you see or hear something from a particular place, you are in that place when you see it or hear it.
Visitors can see the painting from behind a glass window.
If a road goes from one place to another, you can travel along it between the two places.
...the road from St Petersburg to Tallinn.
From is used, especially in the expression made from, to say what substance has been used to make something.
Bread is made from flour.
If something happens from a particular time, it begins to happen then.
She studied painting from 1926.
You say from one thing to another when you are stating the range of things that are possible.
There are 94 countries represented at the Olympics, from Algeria to Zimbabwe.
If something changes from one thing to another, it stops being the first thing and becomes the second thing.
The expression on his face changed from sympathy to surprise.
You use from when mentioning the cause of something.
The problem simply resulted from a difference of opinion.
He is suffering from headaches.
You use from to give the reason for an opinion.
I guessed from his name that Jose was Spanish.
If something is made out of a particular material, it is formed or constructed using it.
If you get something such as pleasure, an advantage, or information out of something or someone, they give it to you or cause you to have it.
To get the most out of your money, you have to invest it.
Employers are looking to get more work out of fewer people.
since preposition, adverb, conjunction
You use since when you are mentioning a time or event in the past and indicating that a situation has continued from then until now.
This research has been in progress since 1961.
I simply gave in to him, and I've regretted it ever since.
I've been bored to death since I left my job.
You use with to indicate the feeling that makes someone behave in a particular way.
She was shaking with anger.
If something is filled or covered with a substance or with things, it has that substance or those things in it or on it.
His legs were covered with dried mud.
If you do something with a particular tool, object, or substance, you do it using that tool or object.
Wipe the mushrooms with a damp cloth.
She wasn't allowed to eat with her fingers.
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Translation of से from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary