English translation of शिकार
शिकारPowered by COBUILD /shikara/
Definitions and Translations
mn/shikara, shikAra, shikaara, shikār, shikar, shikAr, shikaar/
1. casualty countable noun
A casualty of an event or situation is a person or a thing that has suffered badly as a result of it. ⇒ Small companies were early casualties of the recession.
2. game uncountable noun
Game is wild animals or birds that are hunted for sport or food, for example deer and grouse.
3. hunt transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
When people or animals hunt, or hunt something, or when they go on a hunt, they chase and kill wild animals for food or as a sport. ⇒ He liked to hunt rabbits. ⇒ ...a bear hunt.
4. hunting uncountable noun ⇒ ...a ban on fox hunting.
5. prey uncountable noun
A creature's prey are the creatures that it hunts and eats in order to live.
6. prey uncountable noun
If someone or something is prey to something bad, they have a tendency to let themselves be affected by it. ⇒ He was prey to depression.
7. shikar transitive verb
In Indian English, to shikar is go hunting, especially for big game.
8. shikar uncountable noun
In Indian English, shikar is hunting, especially for big game.
9. victim countable noun
A victim is someone who has been hurt or killed by someone or something. ⇒ ...the victims of violent crime.
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Translation of शिकार from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary