English translation of नाश
नाशPowered by COBUILD /nasha/
Definitions and Translations
mn/nasha, nAsha, naasha, nāsh, nash, nAsh, naash/
1. decay intransitive verb, uncountable noun
If a society, system, or institution decays, it gradually becomes weaker or its condition gets worse. This process is called decay. ⇒ ...decaying urban and rural areas. ⇒ ...inner city decay.
2. destruction /dɪˈstrʌkʃən डिˈस्ट्रक्शन्/ uncountable noun ⇒ ...the destruction of the ozone layer.
3. loss countable noun
A loss is the disadvantage you suffer when a valuable and useful person or thing leaves or is taken away. ⇒ His death was a great loss to her. ⇒ ...a terrible loss of human life. ⇒ They hope that job losses will be kept to a minimum.
4. waste transitive verb, singular noun
If you waste something such as time, money, or energy, you use too much of it doing something that is not important or necessary, or is unlikely to succeed. You can say that doing this is a waste of time, money, or energy. ⇒ She didn't want to waste time looking at old cars. ⇒ I resolved not to waste money on a hotel. ⇒ It was just a waste of government money. ⇒ I thought the meeting was a waste of time.
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Translation of नाश from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary