English translation of कुछ
कुछPowered by COBUILD /kucha/
Definitions and Translations
/kucha, kuch, kuchha, kuchh/
1. anything pronoun
You use anything in questions and conditional clauses to ask or talk about whether something is present or happening. ⇒ Did you find anything? ⇒ Is there anything I could do to help?
2. certain adjective
You use certain to indicate that you are referring to one particular thing or person, although you are not saying exactly which it is. ⇒ There will be certain people who say 'I told you so!' ⇒ You owe a certain person a sum of money.
3. few quantifier
Few is used to indicate a small number of things or people. ⇒ I gave a dinner party for a few close friends. ⇒ A strict diet works for only a few. ⇒ I'm giving a little tea-party for a few of the teachers.
4. one (in phrases)
One or two means a few. ⇒ We may make one or two changes.
5. some determiner, pronoun
You use some to refer to a quantity of something or to a number of people or things, when you are not stating the quantity or number exactly. ⇒ He went to get some books. ⇒ All the apples are ripe. We are going to pick some.
6. something pronoun
You use something to refer to a thing, situation, event, or idea, without saying exactly what it is. ⇒ He realized that there was something wrong. ⇒ People are always watching television or busy doing something else.
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Translation of कुछ from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary