English translation of मुक्त करना
मुक्त करनाPowered by COBUILD /mukta karana/
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/mukta karana, mukta karanA, mukta karanaa, mukt karanā/
1. cleanse transitive verb
To cleanse a person, place, or organization of something dirty, unpleasant, or evil means to make them free of it. ⇒ He tried to cleanse the house of bad memories.
2. discharge transitive verb, uncountable noun
When someone is discharged from hospital, prison, or the armed forces, or when they are given a discharge, they are allowed to leave, or told that they must leave. ⇒ He has a broken nose but may be discharged today. ⇒ He was given a conditional discharge.
3. emancipate transitive verb
If people are emancipated, they are freed from unpleasant or degrading social, political, or legal restrictions. [formal] ⇒ The war emancipated the slaves.
4. loosen phrasal verb
If you loosen up, you do simple exercises to get your muscles ready for a physical activity.
5. release transitive verb, countable noun
If a prisoner or animal is released, they are set free. You can also talk about someone's release. ⇒ He demanded the release of all political prisoners.
6. rid transitive verb
If you rid a place or person of something undesirable or unwanted, you succeed in removing it completely. ⇒ He tried to rid himself of these unpleasant thoughts.
7. wean transitive verb
If you wean someone off a bad habit, you gradually make them stop doing it or liking it. ⇒ ...a programme to wean people off chips and fast food.
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Translation of मुक्त करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary