Inglés - Hindi

hindi traducción de go

Frecuencia de uso de la palabra

gomoving or leaving

/ɡəʊ गअउ/
Formas de la palabra:goes, going, went, gone
In most cases the past participle of go is gone, but occasionally you use 'been': see been.
1. verbo transitivo o intransitivo
When you go somewhere, you move or travel there.
कहीं जाना/जाना
We went to Rome. I went home at the weekend. It took us an hour to go three miles.

2. verbo intransitivo
You use go to say that someone leaves the place where they are and does an activity, often a leisure activity.
कुछ करने के लिए निकलना
We went swimming very early. He went for a walk.

3. verbo intransitivo
When someone goes to do something, they move somewhere in order to do it, and they do it. In British English, someone can also go and do something. In American English, someone can also go do something, but you say that someone went and did something.
किसी काम या उद्देश्य से जाना
Paddy had gone to live in Canada. I must go and see this film.

4. verbo intransitivo
When you go, you leave the place where you are.
चला जाना
Let's go.

5. verbo intransitivo
If you go to school, work, or church, you attend it regularly as part of your normal life.
नित्य जाया करनारोज जानादाखिला लेना
His son went to a top university.

6. verbo intransitivo
When you say where a road or path goes, you are saying where it begins or ends, or what places it is in.
जाना(सड़क या रास्ते के अर्थ में)
...a mountain road that goes from Blairstown to Millbrook Village.

7. verbo intransitivo
If you say where money goes, you are saying what it is spent on.
व्यय होनाखर्च होना
Most of my money goes on bills.

8. verbo intransitivo
If you say that something goes to someone, you mean that it is given to them.
दिया जाना
Our thanks go to the chairman. The job went to Yuri Skokov.

9. verbo intransitivo
If something goes, someone gets rid of it.
खत्म हो जानासमाप्त हो जाना
100,000 jobs will go when the factory closes.

10. verbo intransitivo
If something goes into something else, it fits into it or it is put into it.
में बननामें घुसनाअंट जाना
He was trying to push it through the hole and it wouldn't go. The shoes go on the shoe shelf.

11. verbo intransitivo
If something such as a piece of machinery is going, it is no longer working properly and may soon stop working altogether. You can also talk about someone's hearing, sight or mental powers going.
क्षीण होनाकमजोर होना
The battery was going. His eyes are going.

12.  See note at bring
Frecuencia de uso de la palabra

golink-verb uses

/ɡəʊ गअउ/
Formas de la palabra:goes, going, went, gone
1. verbo copulativo
You can use go to say that someone or something changes to another state or condition.
(किसी अन्य रूप में) परिवर्तित होना
Her face went red and tears came into her eyes.

2. verbo copulativo
You can use go when indicating whether or not someone wears or has something. For example, if someone goes barefoot, they do not wear any shoes.
Frecuencia de uso de la palabra

goother verb uses, noun uses, and phrases

/ɡəʊ गअउ/
Formas de la palabra:goes, going, went, gone
1. verbo intransitivo
You use go to talk about how successful an event or situation is. For example, if you say that an event went well, you mean that it was successful, and if you ask how something is going, you are asking how much success people are having with it.

2. verbo intransitivo
If something goes with something else, they look or taste nice together.
ठीक आनाके अनुरूप होना
I need some grey gloves to go with my new scarf. Some colours go together and some don't.

3. sustantivo contable
A go is an attempt at doing something.
प्रयास mnप्रयत्न mnकोशिश nf
I always wanted to have a go at football.

4. sustantivo contable
If it is your go in a game, it is your turn to do something.
बारी nf

5.  see also going, gone

6. frase
If you go all out to do something or go all out for something, you make the greatest possible effort to do it or get it.
[informal]हरसंभव प्रयास करना

7. frase
If someone has a go at you, they criticize you, often unfairly.
[informal]आलोचना करना

8. frase
If someone is making a go of something such as a business or relationship, they are beginning to make it successful.
सफलतापूर्वक आरंभ करना

9. frase
If you have something on the go, you have started it and are busy doing it.
शुरू करने के लिए
Do you have many projects on the go?

10. frase
If someone is always on the go, they are busy and active.
[informal]व्यस्त और क्रियाशील

11. frase
If you say that there is a certain amount of time to go, you mean that there is that amount of time left before something happens or ends.
शेष होनाबचा होना
There is a week to go until the first German elections.

12. to go without saying → see say

13. there you go → see there
Frecuencia de uso de la palabra

gophrasal verbs

/ɡəʊ गअउ/
Formas de la palabra:goes, going, went, gone
go aboutphrasal verbs
The way you go about a task or problem is the way you deal with it.

When you are going about your normal activities, you are doing them.

If you go about in a particular way, you behave or dress in that way.
He went about looking ill and unhappy.
go afterphrasal verbs
If you go after something, you try to get it, catch it, or hit it.
का प्रयास करनाकोशिश करना
We're only going after military targets.
go againstphrasal verbs
If someone goes against your wishes, beliefs, or expectations, their behaviour is the opposite of what you want, believe in, or expect.
के विरुद्ध होना
go aheadphrasal verbs
If someone goes ahead with something, they begin to do it or make it.
आरंभ करना

If a process or an organized event goes ahead, it takes place or is carried out.
go along withphrasal verbs
If you go along with someone or something such as a rule or an idea, you agree with that person or you accept that idea.
सहमत होना

If you go along with a person or an idea, you agree with them.
सहमत होना
go around or go roundphrasal verbs
If you go around to or go round to someone's house, you visit them at their house.
[informal]घर पर जाकर मिलना

If there is enough of something to go around or to go round, there is enough of it for people's needs.
जरूरत भर होनाआवश्यकता अनुरूप होना
go around with or go round withphrasal verbs
If you go around with or go round with a person or group of people, you are friends with them and go to places together.
[Brit]के साथ होना या घूमना
go back onphrasal verbs
If you go back on a promise or agreement, you do not do what you promised or agreed to do.
मुकर जानावादा खिलाफी करनावचन तोड़ना
go back tophrasal verbs
If you go back to a task or activity, you start doing it again after you have stopped for a period of time.
फिर से शुरू करनापुनः प्रारम्भ करना
go beforephrasal verbs
When someone or their case goes before a judge, they appear in court as part of a legal process.
के सामने आनाप्रस्तुत किया जाना
go downphrasal verbs
If a price, level, or amount goes down, it becomes lower than it was.
नीचे आनाकम होना
Crime has gone down 70%.

If you go down on your knees or on all fours, you lower your body until it is supported by your knees, or by your hands and knees.
घुटने के बल होना

When the sun goes down, it drops below the horizon.
डूब जानाअस्त हो जाना

If a ship goes down, it sinks. If a plane goes down, it crashes.
(जहाज का) डूब जाना(जहाज का) जलमग्न होना(विमान का) ध्वस्त होना(विमान का) दुर्घटनाग्रस्त होना

If you say that a remark, idea, or type of behaviour goes down in a particular way, you mean that it gets that reaction.
किसी खास तरह से होना
His poems are a bit rude, which always goes down well with children.

Something that is going down is happening.
[mainly Am, informal]घटित होना
When Leo heard what was going down, he told Snoop he'd definitely be there.
go down withphrasal verbs
If you go down with an illness or a disease, you catch it.
(बीमार) हो जाना
go forphrasal verbs
If you go for a particular thing or way of doing something, you choose it.
चयन करनाचुनना
I decided to go for the steak.

If you go for someone or something, you like them very much.
[informal]बहुत पसंद करनाअत्यंत प्रिय होना
Girls like Rae don't usually go for men like Anthony.

If someone goes for you, they attack you.
हमला करनाआक्रमण करना
David went for him, gripping him by the throat.
go inphrasal verbs
If the sun goes in, it becomes covered by a cloud.
बादलों से ढक जाना
go in forphrasal verbs
If you go in for a particular activity, you start doing it.
(कोई काम) आरंभ करना(कोई काम) शुरू करना
go intophrasal verbs
If you go into something, you describe it in detail.
विस्तार से वर्णन करना
I don't want to go into details about what she said.

If you go into a particular occupation, you start doing that job.
(नौकरी या काम) शुरू करना
Mr Pok has now gone into the tourism business.
go offphrasal verbs
If you go off something or someone, you stop liking them.
[informal]अब और पसंद नहीं करना

If an explosive device or a gun goes off, it explodes or fires.
विस्फोट होनाबम फटनागोली चलना

If an alarm bell goes off, it makes a sudden loud noise.
अचानक बज उठना

If an electrical device goes off, it stops operating.
(किसी यंत्र का) बिगड़ जानाकाम करना बंद कर देना
All the lights went off.

Food or drink that has gone off is unfit to eat or drink.
[Brit]खाने-पीने की चीज़ों का खराब हो जाना
go onphrasal verbs
If you go on doing something, or go on with an activity, you continue to do it.
जारी रखना
I'm all right here. Go on with your work.

If a process or institution goes on, it continues to happen or exist.
चलता रहना
The war went on for nearly two years.

If something is going on, it is happening.
घटित होना
While this conversation was going on, I was listening.

If you go on, you continue saying something or talking about something.
अपनी बात जारी रखना
Robert cleared his throat and went on.

The information you have to go on is the information you have available to base an opinion or judgement on.
(किसी तथ्य को) आधार के रूप में प्रयुक्त करना(किसी बात का) सूत्र के रूप में इस्तेमाल करना

If an electrical device goes on, it begins operating.
चालू हो जानाचल पड़ना
go outphrasal verbs
When you go out, you do something enjoyable away from your home, for example you go to a restaurant or the cinema.
तफरीह के लिए बाहर जानामौजमस्ती के लिए घूमने जाना

If you go out with someone, you have a romantic or sexual relationship with them.
प्रेम-सम्बन्ध होना

If a light goes out, it stops shining.
रोशनी बुझ जाना

If flames go out, they stop burning.
बुझ जाना

When the tide goes out, the level of sea in a particular place gets lower.
ज्वार-भाटे का उतरना
go overphrasal verbs
If you go over a document, incident, or problem, you examine it very carefully and systematically.
जाँच करनाबारीकी से देख लेना
An accountant has gone over the books.
go over tophrasal verbs
If someone or something goes over to a different way of doing things, they change to it.
में रूपांतरित हो जानामें परिवर्तित हो जानामें बदल जाना

If you go over to a group or political party, you join them after previously belonging to an opposing group or party.
में शामिल हो जानामें सम्मिलित हो जाना
Only a small number of tanks and paratroops have gone over to his side.
go roundphrasal verbs
Go round means the same as go around.
चक्कर मारना
go throughphrasal verbs
If you go through a difficult experience or period of time, you experience it.
अनुभव करनासहन करना

If you go through a lot of things such as papers or clothes, you look at them, usually in order to search for a particular item.
Someone had gone through my possessions.

When someone goes through a particular routine, they perform a task in a particular way.
किसी खास तरह से काम करना

If a law, agreement, or official decision goes through, it is approved by a parliament or committee.
स्वीकृत किया जानाअनुमोदित किया जाना
go through withphrasal verbs
If you go through with an action you have decided on, you do it, even though it may be very difficult for you.
करने की ठान लेना
go towardsphrasal verbs
If an amount of money goes towards something, it is used to pay part of the cost of it.
के लिए व्यय किया जाना
go underphrasal verbs
If a business goes under, it becomes bankrupt.
दिवालिया हो जाना

If a boat or a person goes under, they sink below the surface of some water.
पानी में डूब जाना
go upphrasal verbs
If a price, amount, or level goes up, it becomes higher or greater than it was.
बढ़ जानावृद्धि होना

If something goes up, it explodes or suddenly starts to burn.
अचानक जलने लगना
The hotel went up in flames.
go withphrasal verbs
If one thing goes with another thing, the two things officially belong together, so that if you get one, you also get the other.
सहसंबद्ध होना
There's a £150,000 salary that goes with the job.

If one thing goes with another thing, they are usually found or experienced together.
के साथ जुड़ा होना
...the responsibility that goes with being team captain.
go withoutphrasal verbs
If you go without something that you need, you do not get it.
से वंचित होनासे विहीन होना
I have known what it is like to go without food for days.

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Video: pronunciation of 'go'

Ejemplos de frases que contienen go

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We all want to vote and go home but first we have to pick the foreman.
Lisa Scottoline ROUGH JUSTICE (2001)
You go, I said, I'm just not getting on with her at the moment.
Hugo Wilcken THE EXECUTION (2002)
He talked some more then ended up saying he had to go to a meeting.
Hugo Wilcken THE EXECUTION (2002)

Tendencias de go

Extremadamente común. go es una de las 1000 palabras más usadas del Diccionario Collins.

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go en Otros Idiomas

Inglés británico: go /ɡəʊ/ VERB
move If you go somewhere, you move there from another place.
Can we go to the park?
  • Inglés americano: go
  • Árabe: يَذْهَبُ
  • Portugués brasileño: ir
  • Chino:
  • Croata: ići
  • Checo: jít
  • Danés: tage additioanl meaning
  • Holandés: gaan
  • Español europeo: ir
  • Finlandés: mennä
  • Francés: aller
  • Alemán: gehen
  • Griego: πηγαίνω
  • Italiano: andare
  • Japonés: 行く
  • Coreano: 가다
  • Noruego: dra
  • Polaco: pójść
  • Portugués: ir
  • Rumano: a merge
  • Ruso: идти
  • Español: ir
  • Sueco: åka
  • Tailandés: ไป เคลื่อนไป ออกไป
  • Turco: gitmek
  • Ucraniano: йти
  • Vietnamita: đi
Inglés británico: go /ɡəʊ/ VERB
denoting future action If you say that something is going to happen, you mean that it will happen.
He's going to leave soon.
  • Inglés americano: go
  • Árabe: سَوْفَ
  • Portugués brasileño: ir
  • Chino: 即将
  • Croata: dogoditi se
  • Checo: chystat seněco udělat
  • Danés: vil
  • Holandés: zullen
  • Español europeo: ir
  • Finlandés: ollalähdössä
  • Francés: aller + infinitifaction imminente
  • Alemán: werden
  • Griego: πρόκειται
  • Italiano: stare per
  • Japonés: ・・・するところだ
  • Coreano: …하려고 하다
  • Noruego: skulle
  • Polaco: nie tłumaczy się na język polski w przypadku tworzenia czasu przyszłego
  • Portugués: ir
  • Rumano: a urma să
  • Ruso: предстоять
  • Español: irse
  • Sueco: komma att
  • Tailandés: กำลังจะ
  • Turco: ecek, acak
  • Ucraniano: збиратися
  • Vietnamita: sắp


Traducción de go de la Collins Inglés a Hindi
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