English translation of खींचना
खींचनाPowered by COBUILD /khincana/
Definitions and Translations
/khincana, khIncanA, kheencanaa, khīncanā, khincna, khIncnA, kheencnaa, khīncnā, khinchana, khInchanA, kheenchanaa, khīnchanā, khinchna, khInchnA, kheenchnaa, khīnchnā/
1. attract transitive verb
If something magnetic attracts an object, it causes the object to move towards it.
2. draw transitive verb
If you draw something into or out of a particular place, you cause it to go into or come out of that place. ⇒ Villagers draw their water from wells.
3. pluck transitive verb
If you pluck something from somewhere, you take it in your fingers or hands and pull it sharply from where it is. ⇒ He plucked the note from her hand.
4. pluck phrasal verb
If you pluck at something, you take it between your fingertips and pull it sharply but gently. ⇒ The boy plucked at Adam's sleeve.
5. pull transitive verb
If you pull a part of your body in a particular direction, you move it with effort or force in that direction. ⇒ She pulled her hand from her pocket.
6. pull transitive verb
When a vehicle, animal, or person pulls a cart or piece of machinery, they are attached to it or hold it, so that it moves along behind them when they move forward. ⇒ ...a train pulling wagons.
7. pull transitive verb, countable noun
When you pull something, you hold it firmly and move it towards you or away from its previous position. A pull is an instance of pulling. ⇒ I helped pull him out of the water. ⇒ She gave the carpet a firm pull to straighten it.
8. stretch transitive or intransitive verb
When something soft or elastic stretches, or when it is stretched, it becomes longer or bigger as well as thinner, usually because it is pulled. ⇒ The cables are designed so that they do not stretch.
9. suck transitive verb
If something sucks a liquid, gas, or object in a particular direction, it draws it there with a powerful force. ⇒ ...a simple air pump that continuously sucks in the air.
10. tug transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If you tug something, if you tug at it, or if you give it a tug, you give it a quick pull. ⇒ Anna tugged at Martha's arm. 'Look,' she said.
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Translation of खींचना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary