English translation of हल्का
हल्काPowered by COBUILD /halka/
Definitions and Translations
/halka, halkA, halkaa, halkā, hlka, hlkA, hlkaa, hlkā/
1. dim adjective
Dim light is not bright. You can also say that something is dim when the light is not bright enough to see very well.
⇒ Below decks, the lights were dim. ⇒ He saw a dim outline of a small boat.
2. fair adjective
Fair hair or skin is light or pale in colour.
3. gentle adjective
If an action is gentle, it has little force.
⇒ ...light, gentle strokes. ⇒ ...a gentle breeze.
4. light adjective
Something that is light does not weigh very much.
⇒ Try to wear light, loose clothes.
5. lightly adverb
⇒ Cook the onions until they are lightly browned. ⇒ He kissed her lightly on the cheek.
6. lightweight adjective
Something that is lightweight weighs less than most other things of the same type.
⇒ The company produces a range of lightweight cycles.
7. low adjective
Low means small in amount or degree, or at the bottom of a particular scale or system.
⇒ ...low incomes. ⇒ ...temperatures in the low 80s. ⇒ Food supplies were getting very low. ⇒ These hotels are at the lower end of the price range.
8. mild adjective
Something that is mild is not very strong or severe.
⇒ ...a mild onion flavour. ⇒ ...a mild headache.
9. moderate adjective
A moderate amount is neither large nor small.
⇒ ...moderate exercise.
10. shallow adjective
If your breathing is shallow, you take only a small amount of air into your lungs at each breath.
11. weak adjective
A weak drink, chemical, or drug contains very little of a particular substance, for example because it has been diluted with a lot of water.
⇒ ...a cup of weak tea.
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Translation of हल्का from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary