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palm in Dogri डोगरी

palm in Gujarati ગુજરાતી

palm in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ

palm in Kashmiri कॉशुर

palm in Konkani कोंकणी

palm in Maithili মৈথিলী

palm in Marathi मराठी

palm in Santali

palm in Sindhi سنڌي

palm in Tamil தமிழ்

palm in Urdu اُردُو

palm in English

  • palm adj. palmlik.
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  • palm expr. bear (or carry) off the palm, to be the victor; win.
    Ex. He bore off the palm in both tennis and swimming.
    english

  • palm expr. grease (or oil) the palm of, to bribe.
    Ex. He avoided jail by greasing the palm of corrupt police officials.
    english

  • palm expr. have an itching palm, to be greedy for money.
    Ex. Cassius, you yourself Are much condemn'd to have an itching palm (Shakespeare).
    english

  • palm expr. in the palm of one's hand, under one's complete control.
    Ex. The young American soprano, making her stadium debut, held the audience in the palm of her hand (New York Times).
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  • palm expr. palm off, to pass off or get accepted by tricks, fraud, or false representation.
    Ex. to palm off spurious things as genuine.
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  • palm expr. yield the palm to, to admit defeat by; defer to.
    Ex. He cannot make a speech--in this he yields the palm to Protagoras (Benjamin Jowett).
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  • palm gingerbread tree orpalm,doum palm.
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  • palm noun 1. the inside of the hand between the wrist and fingers.
    Ex. It had now been established that no two human beings had the same palm prints (London Times).
    2. a similar part of the forefoot of a four-footed animal.
    3a. the width o
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  • palm palm (1), noun, verb.
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  • palm palm (2), noun.
    1a. any one of many kinds of trees and shrubs growing widely in warm climates, chiefly in the tropics. Most palms have tall trunks, no branches, and a bunch of leaves at the top, which are either fan-shaped or pinnate. Palms belong t
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  • palm v.t. 1. to conceal in the hand, especially in the palm with the hand down.
    Ex. The magician palmed the nickel. Do you see that gambler over there at the table, palming the ace of clubs? (Newsweek).
    2. to pass or get accepted (something not g
    english

palm in Nepali

  

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