English translation of छोड़ देना
छोड़ देनाPowered by COBUILD /chodha dena/
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/chodha dena, chodha denA, chodha denaa, chodh denā, chhodha dena, chhodha denA, chhodha denaa, chhodh denā/
1. abandon transitive verb
If you abandon a thing, place, or person, you leave them permanently or for a long time. ⇒ His parents had abandoned him.
2. exclude transitive verb
To exclude a possibility means to decide or prove that it is wrong and not worth considering.
3. forego transitive verb
If you forego something, you decide not to have it or do it, although you would like to. [formal] ⇒ Mary and Brian decided to forego their movie plans and watch television together at home.
4. forsake transitive verb
If you forsake something, you stop doing or having it. [literary] ⇒ She forsook her notebook for new technology.
5. give phrasal verb
If you give up something, you stop doing it or having it. ⇒ I was trying to give up drugs. ⇒ The doctors gave up hope as her condition became worse.
6. give phrasal verb
If you give up, you decide that you cannot do something and stop trying to do it. ⇒ After trying all morning, he gave up.
7. give phrasal verb
If you give up your job, you resign from it.
8. lay phrasal verb
If you lay aside a feeling or belief, you reject it or give it up in order to progress with something. ⇒ To make a success of future talks, both sides will have to lay aside their long-term differences.
9. leave transitive or intransitive verb
If you leave an institution, group, or job, you stop attending that institution, being a member of that group, or doing that job. ⇒ He left school with no qualifications. ⇒ ...a leaving present.
10. leave transitive verb
If someone leaves their husband, wife, or partner, they end the relationship and stop living with him or her. ⇒ I'm afraid Bill has left me.
11. leave transitive verb
If someone or something leaves an amount of something, that amount remains available after the rest has been used or has gone. ⇒ He always left a little food for the next day. ⇒ It doesn't leave me much time.
12. let (in phrases)
If you let go of someone or something, you stop holding them. ⇒ She let go of Mona's hand.
13. miss phrasal verb
If you miss out something or someone, you do not include them. [Brit] ⇒ What about Sally? You've missed her out.
14. miss transitive verb
If you miss something such as a plane or train, you arrive too late to catch it. ⇒ He missed the last bus home.
15. skip transitive or intransitive verb
If you skip a part of something you are reading or a story you are telling, you miss that part out. ⇒ She retold her own life story, skipping over the war years.
16. skirt transitive or intransitive verb
If you skirt round a problem or question, you avoid dealing with it. ⇒ They skirted round issues that they felt were too painful to confront.
17. vacate transitive verb
If you vacate a place or a job, you leave it and make it available for other people. [formal] ⇒ He vacated the house and went to stay with a friend.
18. waive transitive verb
If you waive your right to something, for example legal representation, or if someone else waives it, you no longer have the right to receive it.
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Translation of छोड़ देना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary