- अंगुली ⇄ finger marathi
- चाचपणे ⇄ finger marathi
- फणीतील केळे ⇄ finger marathi
- बोट ⇄ finger marathi
- हाताचे बोट ⇄ finger marathi
finger in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ
- ಅಮ್ಗುಲಿ ⇄ finger kannada
- ಚೆನ್ನಾಗಿ ಬಲ್ಲವನಾಗಿರು ⇄ finger kannada
- ತೊಡಕಿಕೊಮ್ಡಿರು ⇄ finger kannada
- ನಿಪುಣನಾಗಿರು ⇄ finger kannada
- ಬೆರಳು ⇄ finger kannada
- ಯಾವದೊಮ್ದು ಕೆಲಸದಲ್ಲಿ ಸಿಕ್ಕಿಕೊಮ್ಡಿರು ⇄ finger kannada
finger in Telugu తెలుగు
- అంటుట. మీటుట ⇄ finger telugu
- తాకుట ⇄ finger telugu
- ముట్టుట ⇄ finger telugu
- వాయించుట. ? నీవు ఆ అన్నమును తాకితే యెవరు తింటారు? ఆ పుస్తకమును చేత పట్టి పట్టి చెరిపినాడు. ⇄ finger telugu
- స్పృశించుట ⇄ finger telugu
finger in English
- finger ⇄ adj. fingerless. english
- finger ⇄ adj. fingerlike. english
- finger ⇄ expr. burn one's fingers,
a. to get into trouble by meddling.
Ex. The busybody burns his own fingers (Samuel Palmer).
b. to lose money through speculation.
Ex. Gold shares on the Stock Exchange also fell back quite sharply afterenglish
- finger ⇄ expr. cross one's fingers,
a. to put one finger over another to keep trouble away or when saying something but keeping back part of it.
b. to try to soften or annul the act of uttering a lie (by this action).
Ex. If he has done somethenglish
- finger ⇄ expr. fingers, the hands (as the parts of the body with which work is done).
Ex. fingers used to hard work.english
- finger ⇄ expr. have a finger in the pie, (Informal.)
a. to take part or have a share in doing something.
Ex. Susie ... liked to have a finger in every pie (Henrietta Keddie).
b. to meddle; interfere.
Ex. Lusatia ... must needs ... have henglish
- finger ⇄ expr. keep (or have) one's fingers crossed, to curl one finger over another in the belief that this will ward off misfortune.
Ex. The optimists in Washington will keep their fingers tightly crossed until the Moscow conversations have come down to tenglish
- finger ⇄ expr. lift a finger, to make some effort, however slight.
Ex. ""I've just this minute stopped worrying,"" she said, and folded her hands in her lap with the air of one who is not going to lift a finger (New Yorker).english
- finger ⇄ expr. point the (or a) finger at, to single out for fault or blame; accuse.
Ex. [The] leader of the Christian Democratic party's Bundestag delegation declared that other countries ""have no right to point the finger at us--we do not have a race proenglish
- finger ⇄ expr. pull one's finger out, (British Slang.) to stop obstructing some process or operation.
Ex. If people will pull their fingers out over the Heathrow extension ... we can stay in the lead (London Times).english
- finger ⇄ expr. put (or lay) a finger on, to touch; meddle with.
Ex. He wished he'd ... never laid a finger on him to save his life (R.S. Hawker).english
- finger ⇄ expr. put (or lay) one's finger on, to point out exactly.
Ex. The doctor could not put his finger on the cause of the pain.english
- finger ⇄ expr. put the finger on, (U.S. Slang.) to single out for slaying (by a gang).
Ex. Once the finger was put on a mobster, his days were usually numbered.english
- finger ⇄ expr. slip through one's fingers, to go by unnoticed or ignored, unheeded, or unused.
Ex. It would be tragic if we let this opportunity slip through our fingers, because it would be gone for this century and for some years into the next (London Timenglish
- finger ⇄ expr. twist around (or round) one's (little) finger, to manage easily; control completely.
Ex. Women may twist me round their fingers at their pleasure (Dickens).english
- finger ⇄ finger, noun, verb. english
- finger ⇄ noun fingerer. english
- finger ⇄ noun 1. one of the five end parts of the hand, especially the four besides the thumb.
Ex. My pen slips out of my fingers (William Cowper). God's fingers touched him and he slept (Tennyson).
2. the part of a glove that covers a finger.
- finger ⇄ v.i. 1. to use the fingers in playing a musical instrument.
2. to make vague grasping movements with the fingers.
Ex. She flung her on her face, And fingered at the grass (Charles Kingsley).
3. to touch or handle something with the fienglish
- finger ⇄ v.t. 1. to touch or handle with the fingers; use the fingers on.
Ex. to finger a piece of cloth, to finger a gun.
2a. to play upon (musical instruments) with the fingers.
Ex. to finger the keys of a piano.
b. to play (a passageenglish