water in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- અમ ુક પદાર્થન ું પાણીમાં દ્રાવણ ⇄ water gujarati
- આંસુ. લાળ ⇄ water gujarati
- ઇ ⇄ water gujarati
- ઇ.નું પાણી – તેજ ⇄ water gujarati
- ઇ.નો ભાગ ⇄ water gujarati
- ઉદક ⇄ water gujarati
- ઔષધિ ગુણવાળું ઝરાનું પાણી ⇄ water gujarati
- જળ ⇄ water gujarati
- દરિયો ⇄ water gujarati
- નદી ⇄ water gujarati
- પાણી ⇄ water gujarati
- પાણીનો જથ્થો ⇄ water gujarati
- પેશાબ ⇄ water gujarati
- ભરતીની સ્થિતિ ⇄ water gujarati
- મોતી ⇄ water gujarati
- વાતરલ ⇄ water gujarati
- સરોવર ⇄ water gujarati
- હીરો ⇄ water gujarati
water in English
- water ⇄ adj. 1. of water; holding, storing, conveying, or distributing water.
Ex. a water jug, a water pipe, a water heater.
2. done or used in or on water.
Ex. water sports.
3. growing or living in or near water; having water as its haenglish
- water ⇄ expr. above water,
a. above the surface of the water; not submerged; afloat.
Ex. Our Carpenter ... was lost for want of having fastened on somewhat that might have kept him above water (J. Davies).
b. (Figurative.) out of trouble or denglish
- water ⇄ expr. back water, to order oarsmen to row in a reverse direction to give a boat sternway, or to the oarsmen on the port or starboard side only, to effect a quick turn.
Ex. The mate yelled to back water as the whale surfaced.english
- water ⇄ expr. blow out of the water, thoroughly destroy or discredit.
Ex. Yet after the document went to press, this premise was blown out of the water (Hugo Young).english
- water ⇄ expr. by water, on a ship or boat.
Ex. to ship by water.english
- water ⇄ expr. fish in troubled waters. See under troubled waters. english
- water ⇄ expr. hold water, to stand the test; be true, dependable, or effective.
Ex. I think these documents will hold water (G. Allen).english
- water ⇄ expr. in deep water, in trouble, difficulty, or distress.
Ex. Once he had been very nearly in deep water because Mrs. Proudie had taken it in dudgeon that a certain young rector, who had been left a widower, had a very pretty governess for his chilenglish
- water ⇄ expr. like water off a duck's back, without having any effect.
Ex. It had all passed off like water off a duck's back (L. B. Walford).english
- water ⇄ expr. like water, very freely.
Ex. spend money like water.english
- water ⇄ expr. make water, to take in water through leaks or over the side.
Ex. Almost simultaneously a similar SOS was received from the stricken Dutch vessel. It said: ""Dutch vessel making water, require immediate assistance"" (New York Times).english
- water ⇄ expr. of the first water,
a. of the highest degree.
Ex. That boy is a scamp of the first water.
b. See under water, n. (def. 7).english
- water ⇄ expr. pour (throw or dash) cold water on, to discourage by being indifferent or unwilling.
Ex. Father threw cold water on our plan to camp in the mountains because he thought it was dangerous.english
- water ⇄ expr. take (the) water,
a. to go swimming.
Ex. I heard a splash and saw a deer take the water 300 yards or so above me (Scribner's Monthly).
b. to be launched.
Ex. The cruiser Kent ... took the water without a hitch (Scotsman).english
- water ⇄ expr. take (the) waters, to drink mineral water at a health resort, usually in a scheduled course of treatment.
Ex. He went to Hot Springs last winter to take the waters.english
- water ⇄ expr. tread water,
a. to keep oneself from sinking by moving the feet up and down.
Ex. Barely managing to breathe, he treaded water until the lifeguard pulled him out.
b. (Figurative.) to be in a state of uncertainty; be unsettled.english
- water ⇄ expr. water down,
a. to reduce in strength by diluting with water.
Ex. to water down whiskey.
Ex. An amendment to almost the same effect--though somewhat watered down in wording--was promptly offered (Newsweek).english
- water ⇄ expr. water over the dam, something that is finished and cannot be changed or remedied.
Ex. Mr. Ferrers did not like talking about the past. ""That's all water over the dam"" (New Yorker).english
- water ⇄ expr. waters,
a. flowing water.
Ex. the broad waters of the Mississippi.
b. water moving in waves; sea; high seas.
Ex. And hear the mighty waters rolling evermore (Wordsworth).
c. flood water; floods.
Ex. The watersenglish
- water ⇄ noun waterer. english
- water ⇄ noun 1. the liquid that fills the oceans, rivers, lakes, and ponds, and falls from the sky as rain. We use water for drinking and washing. Pure water is a transparent, colorless, tasteless, odorless compound of hydrogen and oxygen. It freezes at 32 degre english
- water ⇄ v.i. 1a. to fill with water; flow with tears.
Ex. Strong sunlight makes your eyes water.
b. to secrete abundant saliva, usually in anticipation of food.
Ex. The cake made the boy's mouth water.
2. to drink water; get drinking waenglish
- water ⇄ v.t. 1. to sprinkle or wet with water.
Ex. to water grass, to water the streets.
2a. to supply with drinking water.
Ex. to water cattle.
b. to supply water to (as an army, ship, or engine); fill, as the tanks or reservoirs of.english
- water ⇄ water, noun, verb, adjective. english