lie in Hindi हिन्दी
- अभिसंधि ⇄ lie hindi
- अवस्थित होना ⇄ lie hindi
- असत्य ⇄ lie hindi
- असत्य भाषण ⇄ lie hindi
- अस्तित्व रखना ⇄ lie hindi
- चकमा देना ⇄ lie hindi
- चालबाज़ी ⇄ lie hindi
- चालबाज़ी करना ⇄ lie hindi
- झूठ कहना ⇄ lie hindi
- झूठ बोलना ⇄ lie hindi
- झूठा करना ⇄ lie hindi
- झूठा कहना ⇄ lie hindi
- झूठापन ⇄ lie hindi
- निहित होना ⇄ lie hindi
- पड़े रहना ⇄ lie hindi
- लेटना ⇄ lie hindi
- विश्राम करना ⇄ lie hindi
- विश्राम लेना ⇄ lie hindi
lie in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ
- ಅಟಮಟ ⇄ lie kannada
- ಆರೋಪಣಾರ್ಹವಾಗಿರು ⇄ lie kannada
- ಒರಗು ⇄ lie kannada
- ಒಳಗೊಮ್ಡಿರು ⇄ lie kannada
- ಕಾಕು ⇄ lie kannada
- ಬುಡುಬುಡಿಕೆ ⇄ lie kannada
- ಬುರುಡೆ ⇄ lie kannada
- ಮಿಥ್ಯ ⇄ lie kannada
- ಮುಮ್ದಿನ ವಾಯಿದೆಗೆ ಹಾಕಲಾಗಿರು ⇄ lie kannada
- ಮುಮ್ದೂಡಲಾಗಿರು ⇄ lie kannada
- ಸುಳ್ಳು ⇄ lie kannada
- ಸುಳ್ಳು ಹೇಳು ⇄ lie kannada
- ಹುಸಿ ⇄ lie kannada
lie in English
- lie ⇄ expr. give the lie to,
a. to call a liar; accuse of lying.
Ex. to give each other the lie in a tavern brawl (Robert Louis Stevenson).
b. to show to be false; belie.
Ex. His actions gave the lie to his statement.english
- lie ⇄ expr. lie back,
a. to lean backwards against some support.
Ex. I shipped the oars and lay back thinking (Samuel R. Crockett).
b. to hold back; keep from exerting oneself.
Ex. Landy ran through his carefully planned routine. He lenglish
- lie ⇄ expr. lie by,
a. to keep quiet; remain inactive: rest.
Ex. I must go below, and lie by for a day or two (Richard Henry Dana).
b. to remain unused; be laid up in store.
Ex. I had ... pillows lying by of no use (Jane Carlyle).english
- lie ⇄ expr. lie down,
a. to give up; succumb.
Ex. You could say a man like me ought to be expected to lie down and quit the picture (Saul Bellow).
b. to neglect; shirk.
Ex. to lie down on the job.
c. to die.
Ex. ... ""theenglish
- lie ⇄ expr. lie in, to be confined in childbirth.
Ex. Five hungry children, and a wife lying in of a sixth (Henry Fielding).english
- lie ⇄ expr. lie low. See under low (1). english
- lie ⇄ expr. lie off, to stay not far from the shore or some other craft.
Ex. Intending to lie off at Ramsey for contraband rum (Hall Caine).english
- lie ⇄ expr. lie over,
a. to be left waiting until a later time.
Ex. That matter can just as well lie over until fall.
b. to suspend traveling; stop.
Ex. We arrived there too late for the morning cars. We had, therefore, to lie over aenglish
- lie ⇄ expr. lie to, to come almost to a stop, facing the wind.
Ex. During the storm, the sailing ship lay to.english
- lie ⇄ expr. lie up,
a. to go into or remain in retreat; remain inactive.
Ex. A small herd are shown leaving one of the pools of mud in which they lie up during the day (New Scientist).
b. to go into dock.
Ex. There they [ships] must lenglish
- lie ⇄ expr. lie with, to be up to; be the province of.
Ex. It lies now with Turkey to take the initiative (Manchester Examiner).english
- lie ⇄ expr. take (something) lying down, to yield to (something); not stand up to (something).
Ex. That was an insult he just couldn't take lying down, and he demanded an apology.english
- lie ⇄ lie (1), noun, verb, lied,lying. english
- lie ⇄ lie (2), verb, lay,lain,lying,noun. english
- lie ⇄ noun 1. something that is not true, said to deceive; false statement known to be false by the person who makes it.
Ex. A lie which is half a truth is ever the blackest of lies (Tennyson).
2. something that gives or is intended to give a falsenglish
- lie ⇄ noun 1a. the manner, position, or direction in which something lies.
Ex. I was able from this position to get a very good idea of the general lie of the Italian eastern front (H. G. Wells).
b. the state, position, or aspect (as of affairs).english
- lie ⇄ v.i. 1. to have one's body in a flat position along the ground or other surface.
Ex. to lie on the grass, to lie in bed.
(SYN) recline, repose.
2. to assume such a position.
Ex. to lie down on the couch. From off the wold I cameenglish
- lie ⇄ v.i. 1. to tell a lie or lies.
Ex. A faithful witness will not lie (Proverbs 14:5).
2. to make a false statement.
3. to give a false impression; mislead.
Ex. (Figurative) That clock must be lying; it isn't noon yet. (Figurative.english
- lie ⇄ v.t. to get, bring, put, or otherwise maneuver, by lying.
Ex. to lie oneself out of a difficulty.english