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hollow in Kashmiri कॉशुर

hollow in Konkani कोंकणी

hollow in Nepali नेपाली

hollow in Urdu اُردُو

hollow in English

  • hollow
    adj. 1. having nothing, or only air, inside; with a hole inside; not solid; empty.
    Ex. A tube or pipe is hollow. Most rubber balls are hollow.
    (SYN) void, unfilled.
    2. shaped like a bowl or cup.
    Ex. a hollow dish for soup. Throu

  • hollow
    adv. hollowly.

  • hollow
    adv. 1. in a hollow manner.
    Ex. His voice rang hollow in the empty hall.
    2. (Informal.) thoroughly.

  • hollow
    expr. beat (all) hollow, (Informal.) to beat thoroughly.
    Ex. The professional team beat the local competition all hollow.

  • hollow
    expr. hollow out, to form by hollowing.
    Ex. to hollow out a tunnel or a trench.

  • hollow
    hollow, adjective, noun, verb, adverb.

  • hollow
    noun hollowness.

  • hollow
    noun 1. a hollow place; hole.
    Ex. a hollow in the road.
    2. low land between hills; valley; basin.
    Ex. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Washington Irving).

  • hollow
    v.i. to become hollow.
    Ex. His cheeks hollowed as he sucked the drink through the straw.

  • hollow
    v.t. 1. to make by hollowing; bend or dig out to a hollow shape.
    Ex. He hollowed a whistle out of a piece of wood.
    2. to make hollow.
    Ex. The old man hollowed one hand against his ear to hear better.

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