English translation of झुक जाना
झुक जानाPowered by COBUILD /jhuka jana/
Definitions and Translations
/jhuka jana, jhuka jAnA, jhuka jaanaa, jhuk jānā/
1. drop transitive or intransitive verb
If a person or a part of their body drops to a lower position, or if they drop a part of their body to a lower position, they move to that position, often in a tired way. ⇒ Nancy dropped into a nearby chair. ⇒ She let her head drop.
2. give phrasal verb
If you give in, you admit that you are defeated or that you cannot do something. ⇒ All right. I give in. What did you do with it?
3. submit intransitive verb
If you submit to something, you accept it reluctantly, for example because you are not powerful enough to resist it. ⇒ Mrs Jones submitted to an operation on her knee.
4. way (in phrases)
If you give way to someone or something that you have been resisting, you stop resisting and allow yourself to be persuaded or controlled by them. ⇒ The President has given way to pressure from the public.
5. yield intransitive verb
If you yield to someone or something, you stop resisting them. ⇒ She yielded to pressure and told the truth. ⇒ She finally yielded and agreed to marry Craig.
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Translation of झुक जाना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary