English translation of रखना
रखनाPowered by COBUILD /rakhana/
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/rakhana, rakhanA, rakhanaa, rakhanā, rkhana, rkhanA, rkhanaa, rkhanā, rakhna, rakhnA, rakhnaa, rakhnā, rkhna, rkhnA, rkhnaa, rkhnā/
1. draw phrasal verb
If you draw up a chair, you move it nearer to a person or place.
2. get transitive verb
If you get an idea, impression, or feeling, you have it or experience it. ⇒ I got a shock when I saw him. ⇒ I get the feeling that you're an honest man.
3. hold transitive verb
You can use hold to say that something has a particular quality or characteristic. ⇒ Death doesn't hold any fear for me.
4. hold transitive verb
If you hold your body or part of your body in a particular position, you keep it in that position. ⇒ Hold your hands in front of your face.
5. keep transitive verb
If you keep something that you possess, you continue to have it. If you keep it somewhere, you store it there. ⇒ The city of Leningrad was deciding whether to keep its name. ⇒ To make it easier to contact us, keep this card handy. ⇒ She kept her money under the mattress.
6. keep link verb
If someone is kept in a particular state, they remain in it. ⇒ The noise kept him awake. ⇒ They huddled together to keep warm. ⇒ Their main aim is to help keep youngsters out of trouble.
7. lay transitive verb
Lay is used with some nouns to talk about making preparations for something. For example, if you lay the basis for something or lay plans for it, you prepare it carefully so that you can continue with it, develop it, or benefit from it later. ⇒ His work laid the foundations of modern psychology.
8. place transitive verb
If you place something somewhere, you put it in a particular position. ⇒ Brett placed the note in the inside pocket of his jacket.
9. put phrasal verb
If a person or hotel puts you up, you stay at the person's home or at the hotel for one or more nights. ⇒ They put him up when he was homeless.
10. put phrasal verb
If you put out things that will be needed, you place them somewhere ready to be used. ⇒ I put the teapot out on the table.
11. put phrasal verb
When you put something across or put it over, you succeed in describing or explaining it to someone. ⇒ I put across my point of view and he put across his.
12. put transitive verb
When you put something in a particular place or position, you move it into that place or position. ⇒ Lisa put the photograph on the desk.
13. set transitive verb
If you set something somewhere, you put it there, especially in a careful or deliberate way. ⇒ He set the glass on the counter.
14. stick transitive verb
If you stick something somewhere, you put it there in a rather casual way. [informal] ⇒ He folded the papers and stuck them in his desk drawer.
15. wield transitive verb
If someone wields power, they have it and are able to use it. ⇒ He remains chairman, but wields little power at the company.
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Translation of रखना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary