Take meaning in Hindi

Take is a english word.

Take Meaning in Hindi (हिंदी में मतलब)

  • take = ले

  • take = लेना

    • Usage: He took the book from his friend.
  • take = गिरफ्तार करना

    • Usage: Aurangazeb took his men and put them in prison.
  • take = स्वीकार कर लेना

    • Usage: I will take up the job.
  • take = समाहित करना

    • Usage: The can takes 4 litres of water.

Take Meaning in Detail

  • take (noun) = the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property

    Synonyms: return, issue, take, takings, proceeds, yield, payoff

    • Usage: the average return was about 5%
  • take (noun) = the act of photographing a scene or part of a scene without interruption

    Synonyms: take

  • take (verb) = carry out

    Synonyms: take

    • Usage: take action
    • Usage: take steps
    • Usage: take vengeance
  • take (verb) = require (time or space)

    Synonyms: take, occupy, use_up

    • Usage: It took three hours to get to work this morning
    • Usage: This event occupied a very short time
  • take (verb) = take somebody somewhere

    Synonyms: lead, take, direct, conduct, guide

    • Usage: We lead him to our chief
    • Usage: can you take me to the main entrance?
    • Usage: He conducted us to the palace
  • take (verb) = get into one's hands, take physically

    Synonyms: take, get_hold_of

    • Usage: Take a cookie!
    • Usage: Can you take this bag, please
  • take (verb) = take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect

    Synonyms: assume, acquire, adopt, take_on, take

    • Usage: His voice took on a sad tone
    • Usage: The story took a new turn
    • Usage: he adopted an air of superiority
    • Usage: She assumed strange manners
    • Usage: The gods assume human or animal form in these fables
  • take (verb) = interpret something in a certain way; convey a particular meaning or impression

    Synonyms: take, read

    • Usage: I read this address as a satire
    • Usage: How should I take this message?
    • Usage: You can't take credit for this!
  • take (verb) = take something or somebody with oneself somewhere

    Synonyms: bring, convey, take

    • Usage: Bring me the box from the other room
    • Usage: Take these letters to the boss
    • Usage: This brings me to the main point
  • take (verb) = take into one's possession

    Synonyms: take

    • Usage: We are taking an orphan from Romania
    • Usage: I'll take three salmon steaks
  • take (verb) = travel or go by means of a certain kind of transportation, or a certain route

    Synonyms: take

    • Usage: He takes the bus to work
    • Usage: She takes Route 1 to Newark
  • take (verb) = pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives

    Synonyms: choose, take, select, pick_out

    • Usage: Take any one of these cards
    • Usage: Choose a good husband for your daughter
    • Usage: She selected a pair of shoes from among the dozen the salesgirl had shown her
  • take (verb) = receive willingly something given or offered

    Synonyms: accept, take, have

    • Usage: The only girl who would have him was the miller's daughter
    • Usage: I won't have this dog in my house!
    • Usage: Please accept my present
  • take (verb) = assume, as of positions or roles

    Synonyms: fill, take, occupy

    • Usage: She took the job as director of development
    • Usage: he occupies the position of manager
    • Usage: the young prince will soon occupy the throne
  • take (verb) = take into consideration for exemplifying purposes

    Synonyms: consider, take, deal, look_at

    • Usage: Take the case of China
    • Usage: Consider the following case
  • take (verb) = require as useful, just, or proper

    Synonyms: necessitate, ask, postulate, need, require, take, involve, call_for, demand

    • Usage: It takes nerve to do what she did
    • Usage: success usually requires hard work
    • Usage: This job asks a lot of patience and skill
    • Usage: This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice
    • Usage: This dinner calls for a spectacular dessert
    • Usage: This intervention does not postulate a patient's consent
  • take (verb) = experience or feel or submit to

    Synonyms: take

    • Usage: Take a test
    • Usage: Take the plunge
  • take (verb) = make a film or photograph of something

    Synonyms: film, shoot, take

    • Usage: take a scene
    • Usage: shoot a movie
  • take (verb) = remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract

    Synonyms: remove, take, take_away, withdraw

    • Usage: remove a threat
    • Usage: remove a wrapper
    • Usage: Remove the dirty dishes from the table
    • Usage: take the gun from your pocket
    • Usage: This machine withdraws heat from the environment
  • take (verb) = serve oneself to, or consume regularly

    Synonyms: consume, ingest, take_in, take, have

    • Usage: Have another bowl of chicken soup!
    • Usage: I don't take sugar in my coffee
  • take (verb) = accept or undergo, often unwillingly

    Synonyms: take, submit

    • Usage: We took a pay cut
  • take (verb) = make use of or accept for some purpose

    Synonyms: take, accept

    • Usage: take a risk
    • Usage: take an opportunity
  • take (verb) = take by force

    Synonyms: take

    • Usage: Hitler took the Baltic Republics
    • Usage: The army took the fort on the hill
  • take (verb) = occupy or take on

    Synonyms: assume, take, strike, take_up

    • Usage: He assumes the lotus position
    • Usage: She took her seat on the stage
    • Usage: We took our seats in the orchestra
    • Usage: She took up her position behind the tree
    • Usage: strike a pose
  • take (verb) = admit into a group or community

    Synonyms: accept, admit, take, take_on

    • Usage: accept students for graduate study
    • Usage: We'll have to vote on whether or not to admit a new member
  • take (verb) = ascertain or determine by measuring, computing or take a reading from a dial

    Synonyms: take

    • Usage: take a pulse
    • Usage: A reading was taken of the earth's tremors
  • take (verb) = be a student of a certain subject

    Synonyms: learn, study, read, take

    • Usage: She is reading for the bar exam
  • take (verb) = take as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs

    Synonyms: claim, take, exact

    • Usage: the accident claimed three lives
    • Usage: The hard work took its toll on her
  • take (verb) = head into a specified direction

    Synonyms: take, make

    • Usage: The escaped convict took to the hills
    • Usage: We made for the mountains
  • take (verb) = point or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards

    Synonyms: aim, take, train, take_aim, direct

    • Usage: Please don't aim at your little brother!
    • Usage: He trained his gun on the burglar
    • Usage: Don't train your camera on the women
    • Usage: Take a swipe at one's opponent
  • take (verb) = be seized or affected in a specified way

    Synonyms: take

    • Usage: take sick
    • Usage: be taken drunk
  • take (verb) = have with oneself; have on one's person

    Synonyms: carry, pack, take

    • Usage: She always takes an umbrella
    • Usage: I always carry money
    • Usage: She packs a gun when she goes into the mountains
  • take (verb) = engage for service under a term of contract

    Synonyms: lease, rent, hire, charter, engage, take

    • Usage: We took an apartment on a quiet street
    • Usage: Let's rent a car
    • Usage: Shall we take a guide in Rome?
  • take (verb) = receive or obtain regularly

    Synonyms: subscribe, subscribe_to, take

    • Usage: We take the Times every day
  • take (verb) = buy, select

    Synonyms: take

    • Usage: I'll take a pound of that sausage
  • take (verb) = to get into a position of having, e.g., safety, comfort

    Synonyms: take

    • Usage: take shelter from the storm
  • take (verb) = have sex with; archaic use

    Synonyms: take, have

    • Usage: He had taken this woman when she was most vulnerable
  • take (verb) = lay claim to; as of an idea

    Synonyms: claim, take

    • Usage: She took credit for the whole idea
  • take (verb) = be designed to hold or take

    Synonyms: accept, take

    • Usage: This surface will not take the dye
  • take (verb) = be capable of holding or containing

    Synonyms: contain, take, hold

    • Usage: This box won't take all the items
    • Usage: The flask holds one gallon
  • take (verb) = develop a habit

    Synonyms: take

    • Usage: He took to visiting bars
  • take (verb) = proceed along in a vehicle

    Synonyms: drive, take

    • Usage: We drive the turnpike to work
  • take (verb) = obtain by winning

    Synonyms: take

    • Usage: Winner takes all
    • Usage: He took first prize
  • take (verb) = be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness

    Synonyms: contract, take, get

    • Usage: He got AIDS
    • Usage: She came down with pneumonia
    • Usage: She took a chill
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