KAHA MEANING - NEAR BY WORDS

कहर {kahar} = HAVOC(Noun)
उदाहरण:आंधी और तूफान ने कहर बरपा दिया।
Usage:The storm has caused havoc.
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कहा {kaha} = SAID(Verb)
Usage:sanjay said
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कहा {kaha} = TOLD(Verb)
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कहा {kaha} = TATTLE(Noun)
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कहाँ {kahaN} = WHERE(Interrogative)
Usage:Where do you stay?.
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कहना {kahana} = SAY(Verb)
Usage:She says that she is a badminton champion.
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कहाँ {kahaN} = SOMEWHERE(Noun)
Usage:they moved to somewhere in Spain
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कहना {kahana} = PROVIDE(Verb)
Usage:The hostess provided lunch for all the guests
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कहना {kahana} = BID(Verb)
Usage:they made a futile play for power
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कहना {kahana} = SPELL OUT(Verb)
Usage:You should spell out your demands
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कहना {kahana} = ADVERTISE(Verb)
Usage:Please dont advertise the fact that he has AIDS
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कहना {kahana} = VOLUNTEER(Verb)
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कहना {kahana} = UTTER(Verb)
Usage:She let out a big heavy sigh
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कहना {kahana} = BREATHE(Verb)
Usage:I can breathe better when the air is clean
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कहवा {kahava} = MOCHA(Noun)
Usage:She was reluctant to taste the mocha.
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कहना {kahana} = RAISE(Verb)
Usage:he got a 3% raise
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कहना {kahana} = HAVE IT(Verb)
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कहना {kahana} = PHRASE(Verb)
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कहना {kahana} = DECLARE(Verb)
Usage:He declared that he needed more money to carry out the task he was charged with
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कहना {kahana} = CALL(Verb)
Usage:she reported several anonymous calls
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कहना {kahana} = CRACK(Verb)
Usage:She is very good at cracking jokes.
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कहाँ {kahaN} = WHEREVER(Adverb)
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कहना {kahana} = ADDRESS(Verb)
उदाहरण:मैं आज आप सभी से यह कहना चाहता हुं आप सभी मेरा साथ दे ।
Usage:he listened to an address on minor Roman poets
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कहना {kahana} = CALL ON(Verb)
Usage:She called on her Representative to help her
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कहना {kahana} = CRY(Verb)
Usage:the speaker was interrupted by loud cries from the rear of the audience
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कहना {kahana} = TALK(Verb)
Usage:lets have more work and less talk around here
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