English translation of झलक
झलकPowered by COBUILD /jhalaka/
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nf/jhalaka, jhalak, jhlaka, jhlak, jhalka, jhalk, jhlka, jhlk/
1. flicker countable noun
A flicker of feeling is one that is experienced or visible only faintly and briefly. ⇒ He felt a flicker of hope.
2. gleam countable noun
A gleam of light is a faint light. [written] ⇒ ...the first gleam of dawn.
3. glimmer countable noun
A glimmer of something is a faint sign of it. ⇒ ...the first glimmer of hope.
4. glimpse transitive verb, countable noun
If you glimpse someone or something, or if you get a glimpse of them, you see them very briefly and not very well. ⇒ She glimpsed a few of the soldiers through the window. ⇒ I had a glimpse of a swimming pool through the trees.
5. peep intransitive verb, singular noun
If you peep at something, or if you take a peep at it, you have a quick look at it, often secretly. ⇒ She peeped to see if he had noticed her. ⇒ 'Fourteen minutes,' Chris said, taking a peep at his watch.
6. reflection countable noun
A reflection of a person's attitude or a situation indicates that the attitude or situation exists. ⇒ His drawings are a reflection of his own unhappiness.
7. spark countable noun
A spark of a quality or feeling, especially a desirable one, is a small but noticeable amount of it. ⇒ You have to encourage them when they show a spark of interest.
8. tinge countable noun
A tinge of a colour, feeling, or quality is a small amount of it. ⇒ His skin had an unhealthy greyish tinge. ⇒ ...a tinge of guilt.
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Translation of झलक from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary