English translation of अलग करना
अलग करनाPowered by COBUILD /alaga karana/
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/alaga karana, alaga karanA, alaga karanaa, alag karanā/
1. cut phrasal verb
To cut out something unnecessary means to remove it completely from a situation. ⇒ He has cut out sweets and chocolate from his diet.
2. detach transitive or intransitive verb
If you detach one thing from another that it is fixed to, you remove it. If one thing detaches from another, it becomes separated from it. ⇒ Detach the grapes from the stalks. ⇒ The white part of the application form had detached from the rest.
3. disconnect transitive verb
To disconnect a piece of equipment means to detach it from its source of power.
4. disengage transitive or intransitive verb
If you disengage something, you separate it from the thing which it has become attached to. ⇒ John gently disengaged himself from his sister's embrace. ⇒ His front brake cable disengaged.
5. dissociate transitive verb
If you dissociate yourself from someone or something, you say that you are not connected with them. ⇒ It seems harder and harder for the president to dissociate himself from the scandals.
6. distance transitive verb
If you distance yourself from someone or something, you become less involved with them. ⇒ The United States has distanced itself from the British plan.
7. distinguish transitive verb
A feature or quality that distinguishes one thing from another causes the two things to be regarded as different. ⇒ Something about music distinguishes it from all other art forms.
8. divide transitive verb
If a border or line divides two areas, it keeps them separate from each other. ⇒ A long border divides Mexico from the United States.
9. isolate transitive verb
To isolate someone or something means to make them become separate from other people or things of the same kind, either physically or socially. ⇒ We can use genetic engineering techniques to isolate the gene.
10. liberate transitive verb
To liberate someone from something means to help them escape from it or overcome it, and lead a better way of life. ⇒ He asked if the leadership was committed to liberating its people from poverty.
11. part transitive or intransitive verb
If things which are touching part, or if they are parted, they move away from each other. ⇒ Her lips parted and she smiled. ⇒ Livy parted the curtains.
12. separate transitive verb
If an object, distance, or period of time separates two people or things, it exists between them. ⇒ This fence separates the yard from the road. ⇒ Just four miles separate the two communities.
13. separate transitive verb
A quality or factor that separates one thing from another is the reason why the two things are different from each other. ⇒ What separates man from machine is the ability to think.
14. separate transitive verb, phrasal verb
If you separate one idea or fact from another, or if you separate it out, you consider them individually and see or show that they are distinct and different things. ⇒ It is difficult to separate the two aims. ⇒ Most people can separate out their emotions from their rational thoughts.
15. separate transitive or intransitive verb /ˈsepəreɪt ˈसेपरेइट्/
If you separate people or things that are together, or if they separate, they move apart. ⇒ Stir the rice with a fork to separate the grains. ⇒ They separated. Stephen returned to the square.
16. wean transitive verb
If you wean someone off a bad habit, you gradually make them stop doing it or liking it. ⇒ ...a programme to wean people off chips and fast food.
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Translation of अलग करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary