Hindi translation of 'hose'
Word forms: hoses, hosing, hosed
2. transitive verb, phrasal verb
1. countable noun
A hose is a long, flexible pipe through which water is carried in order to do things such as put out fires or water gardens.होज़ (सिंचाई में प्रयुक्त रबड़ की लंबी पाइप) mn-पानी की पाइप nf
2. transitive verb, phrasal verb
If you hose something, or if you hose it down, you wash it using a hose.पाइप की मदद से धुलाई करना
The truck was being hosed down by two firemen with water pumps. The crew hosed down the decks.
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Example Sentences Including 'hose'
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A lady playing a hose pipe linked to a toy penguin?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Imagine putting a finger over your hose pipe.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Rub any off with your finger and thumb or carefully use a garden hose.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The mouth of the jar must be bigger than the end of the vacuum cleaner hose, but not too much bigger.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
This fits easily onto your garden hose.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
I proceeded slowly, taking care that my air hoses did not snag.Anti-Ice (1993)
The suit is completely sealed, and is fed with air by a hose arrangement from within the ship.Anti-Ice (1993)
Then my head was snapped backwards by a tug on my air hose and I was sent sprawling on the ground.Anti-Ice (1993)
Can you please advise me on the etiquette of wearing support hose in such circumstances?Times, Sunday Times (2007)
He and his men battled to hose down the flames, exposing themselves to radiation that was 50% higher than the amount a human being can withstand.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
When she was 19 her father attached a hose pipe to his exhaust and killed himself.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
With a hose, they clean the area of normal dirt.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Within an hour of the attack the scene had been washed down with high-pressure hoses, wiping out almost all the evidence.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Apparently, its great cogs and gears would still turn if you attached a hose to them.The Sun (2014)
Both said that they saw no reason to impose hose pipe bans.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
He suffered face, hand and ankle burns trying to tackle the blaze with a garden hose.The Sun (2016)
He'd attached a hose to his exhaust.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
One end of a vacuum cleaner hose had been connected to the car's exhaust pipe and the other placed close to her head.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Russian firefighters attach hoses to a platform.The Sun (2015)
Some use high-pressure hoses to repel boarders or have built safe rooms where they can lock themselves until a warship arrives.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The Brazilian's race effectively ended when he shot down the pitlane with the fuel hose still attached to his car.The Sun (2008)
The spider monkey clambered up the rubber hose after cleaners left it dangling.The Sun (2008)
They doused the flames with garden hoses until emergency services arrived.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
On the other hand, if you have varicose veins or circulation problems, consider wearing elastic support hose.Beat Jet Lag - arrive alert and stay alert (1991)
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'hose' in Other Languages
British English: hose /həʊz/ NOUN
A hose is a long, flexible pipe through which water is carried in order to do things such as put out fires or water gardens.
You've left the garden hose on.
- American English: hose
- Arabic: خُرْطُومٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mangueira tubo
- Chinese: 软管
- Croatian: cijev za zalijevanje za zalijevanje
- Czech: hadice
- Danish: vandslange
- Dutch: tuinslang
- European Spanish: manguera
- Finnish: letku
- French: tuyau
- German: Schlauch
- Greek: μάνικα
- Italian: tubo flessibile
- Japanese: ホース
- Korean: 호스
- Norwegian: slange rør
- Polish: wąż gumowy
- European Portuguese: mangueira
- Romanian: furtun
- Russian: шланг
- Spanish: manguera
- Swedish: slang
- Thai: ท่ออ่อน
- Turkish: hortum
- Ukrainian: шланг
- Vietnamese: ống vòi
British English: hose VERB
If you hose something, you wash or water it using a hose.
We wash our cars and hose our gardens without even thinking of the water that uses.
Translation of hose from the Collins English to Hindi