English translation of देखना
देखनाPowered by COBUILD /dekhana/
Definitions and Translations
/dekhana, dekhanA, dekhanaa, dekhanā, dekhna, dekhnA, dekhnaa, dekhnā/
1. eye (in phrases)
To clap eyes on someone or something, or to set or lay eyes on them, means to see them. [informal] ⇒ It was the most evil human face I ever set eyes on.
2. eye transitive verb
If you eye someone or something in a particular way, you look at them carefully in that way. ⇒ Sally eyed Claire with interest.
3. observe transitive verb
If you observe someone or something, you see or notice them. [formal] ⇒ He observed a reddish spot on the surface of the planet.
4. see transitive verb
If you see someone or something as a certain thing or see a particular quality in them, you have the opinion that they are that thing or have that quality. ⇒ He saw her as a rival. ⇒ I don't see it as my duty to take sides.
5. see transitive verb
If you go to see an entertainment such as a film or sports game, you go to watch it. ⇒ It was one of the most amazing films I've ever seen.
6. 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.
7. spot transitive verb
If you spot something or someone, you notice them. ⇒ We spotted smoke coming up the stairs.
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Translation of देखना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary