English translation of काटना
काटनाPowered by COBUILD /katana/
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/katana, kAtanA, kaatanaa, kātanā, katna, kAtnA, kaatnaa, kātnā, kaTana, kATanA, kaaTanaa, kāTanā, kaTna, kATnA, kaaTnaa, kāTnā, kaṭana, kAṭanA, kaaṭanaa, kāṭanā, kaṭna, kAṭnA, kaaṭnaa, kāṭnā/
1. bite transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
When a person or animal bites something, they use their teeth to cut into it or through it. A bite is an act of biting something. ⇒ He bit the apple. ⇒ Llamas won't bite or kick. ⇒ You can't eat that in one bite!
2. cancel phrasal verb
If one thing cancels out another thing, the two things have opposite effects which combine to produce no real effect. ⇒ Gary Bannister's goal was cancelled out by Chris Waddle's. ⇒ The pluses and minuses have cancelled each other out.
3. chop transitive verb
If you chop something, you cut it into pieces with a knife or axe. ⇒ Finely chop the onion.
4. cut transitive verb, countable noun
If you cut something, or if you make a cut in it, you push a knife or similar tool into it in order to remove a piece of it, or to mark or damage it. ⇒ Cut the tomatoes in half. ⇒ The thieves cut a hole in the fence. ⇒ You've had your hair cut; it looks great. ⇒ The operation involves making several tiny cuts in the eye.
5. deduct transitive verb
When you deduct an amount from a total, you subtract it from the total. ⇒ The company deducted this payment from his compensation. ⇒ He could deduct the fees he paid to the accountant.
6. savage transitive verb
If someone is savaged by a dog or other animal, the animal attacks them violently.
Sawn is the past participle of saw.
8. score transitive verb
If you score a surface with something sharp, you cut or scratch a line in it.
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Translation of काटना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary