English translation of फंस जाना
फंस जानाPowered by COBUILD /phansa jana/
Definitions and Translations
/phansa jana, phansa jAnA, phansa jaanaa, phans jānā/
1. bogged down adjective
If you are bogged down in something, it prevents you from making progress or getting something done. [informal] ⇒ Why get bogged down in legal details?
2. catch phrasal verb
If something catches up with you, you find yourself in an unpleasant situation which you have been able to avoid but which you are now forced to deal with. ⇒ His criminal past caught up with him.
3. catch intransitive verb
If something catches on or in an object, or if it is caught on or in it, it becomes trapped by it. ⇒ Her heel caught on a rusty nail.
4. catch passive verb
If you are caught in a storm or other unpleasant situation, it happens when you cannot avoid its effects. ⇒ Visitors to the area were caught in the explosion.
5. get transitive or intransitive verb
If someone or something gets into a particular state or situation, or if someone or something gets them into it, they start being in that state or situation. ⇒ Perhaps I shouldn't say that — I might get into trouble. ⇒ How did we get into this mess? ⇒ I don't know if I can get it clean.
6. tangle transitive verb, phrasal verb
If something is tangled, or if it is tangled up, it becomes twisted into a confusing mass that is difficult to separate into its original form. ⇒ Animals get tangled in fishing nets and drown.
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Translation of फंस जाना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary