English translation of दिखना
दिखनाPowered by COBUILD /dikhana/
Definitions and Translations
/dikhana, dikhanA, dikhanaa, dikhanā, dikhna, dikhnA, dikhnaa, dikhnā/
1. look link verb, singular noun
You use look when describing the appearance of a person or thing or the impression that they give. ⇒ I shall use the money to make my home look lovely. ⇒ They look just like stars. ⇒ He looked as if he was going to smile. ⇒ He has the look of a man who hasn't slept well.
2. reflect intransitive verb
If an action or situation reflects in a particular way on someone or something, it gives people a good or bad impression of them. ⇒ The secret messages do not reflect well on her.
3. see transitive or intransitive verb
When you see someone or something, you notice them using your eyes. ⇒ Did you see that policeman? ⇒ I saw a man making his way towards me. ⇒ I saw her get out of the car. ⇒ It's dark and I can't see.
4. show transitive or intransitive verb
If something shows, or if you show it, it is visible or noticeable. ⇒ There was a light showing beneath the curtain. ⇒ Ferguson was unhappy and it showed. ⇒ When he smiled, he showed a row of strong white teeth.
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Translation of दिखना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary