PULL MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

Pull    
PULL= खींचना (pr. {khinachana} )(Verb)
Usage:The old machine pulled hard when it was operated after a time gap of one month.
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PULL= नोचना (pr. {nochana} )(Verb)
Usage:the pull up the hill had him breathing harder
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PULL= झटकारना (pr. {jhaTakarana} )(Verb)
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PULL= ऐंठन (pr. {ainaThan} )(Noun)
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PULL= झटका (pr. {jhaTaka} )(Noun)
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PULL= उखाडना (pr. {ukhaDana} )(Verb)
Usage:Dont pull the plug out.
After his fathers death he started working in the local pub pulling punts.

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PULL= खिचाव (pr. {khichav} )(Verb)
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PULL= आकर्षित करना (pr. {AkarShit karana} )(Verb)
Usage:The contenstant paid oen thousand Rupees to a person who pulled in forty voters in his favour.
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PULL= कश (pr. {kash} )(Noun)
Usage:The magician took a long pull and finished the cigarette.
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PULL= दबाव (pr. {dabav} )(Noun)
Usage:Sensitiveness can not tolerate the pulls.
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PULL= हत्थी (pr. {hatthi} )(Noun)
Usage:The door pull was got strucked by rust.
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PULL= लंबी चडाई (pr. {lanabi chaDaI} )(Noun)
Usage:Mountaineers have to take several long pulls to reach their destination.
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PULL= ऐँठना (pr. {aiNaThana} )(Verb)
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PULL= करना (pr. {karana} )(Verb)
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PULL= आकर्षन (pr. {AkarShan} )(Noun)
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PULL= फाड़ना (pr. {phaDana} )(Verb)
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PULL= खिंचाई (pr. {khinachaI} )(Noun)
Usage:A pull of the chain will stop the train.
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PULL= निकालना (pr. {nikalana} )(Verb)
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PULL= घूँट (pr. {ghuNaT} )(Noun)
Usage:The man took a small pull of wine in the party.
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PULL= बल (pr. {bal} )(Noun)
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PULL= ठोकर (pr. {Thokar} )(Noun)
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PULL= पीना (pr. {pina} )(Verb)
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PULL= ठहराना (pr. {Thaharana} )(Verb)
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PULL= गैर कानूनी कार्य करना (pr. {gair kanuni kary karana} )(Verb)
Usage:Ram was pulling some sort of work.
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PULL= रोकना (pr. {rokana} )(Verb)
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Definition of Pull


  • the act of pulling; applying force to move something toward or with you; "the pull up the hill had him breathing harder"; "his strenuous pulling strained his back"
  • the force used in pulling; "the pull of the moon"; "the pull of the current"
  • special advantage or influence; "the chairmans nephew has a lot of pull"

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