English translation of जाना
जानाPowered by COBUILD /jana/
Definitions and Translations
/jana, jAnA, jaanaa, jānā/
1. draw transitive or intransitive verb
You can use draw to indicate that someone or something moves somewhere or is moved there. ⇒ Claire saw the taxi drawing away. ⇒ He drew her close to him. ⇒ He drew his chair nearer the fire.
2. follow transitive or intransitive verb
If you follow someone who is going somewhere, you move along behind them. ⇒ We followed him up the steps. ⇒ They took him into a small room and I followed.
3. go transitive or intransitive verb
When you go somewhere, you move or travel there. ⇒ We went to Rome. ⇒ I went home at the weekend. ⇒ It took us an hour to go three miles.
4. pass intransitive verb
To pass in a particular direction means to move or go in that direction. ⇒ He passed through the doorway. ⇒ The route passes through St-Paul-sur-Ubaye.
5. run intransitive verb
You say that something long, such as a road, runs in a particular direction when you are describing its course or position. ⇒ The path runs through the woods. ⇒ The hallway ran the length of the house.
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Translation of जाना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary