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What is the meaning of jack in Hindi?

Meaning of jack in Hindi is : यन्त्र

Definition of word jack

  • A mechanical device used to raise and (temporarily) support a heavy object. (noun)
  • A man or men in general. (noun)
  • A male animal. (noun)
  • The card ranking between the ten and queen of any suit, picturing a knave or prince on its face. In some card games has a value of eleven based on its rank, but in many card games has a value of ten like the ten, queen, and king cards. Also called a knave. (noun)
  • A knave (a servant or later, a deceitful man). (noun)
  • A male ass. (noun)
  • A surface-mounted connector for electrical, especially telecommunications, equipment. (noun)
  • A target ball in bowls, etc; a jack-ball. (noun)
  • A small, six-pointed playing piece used in the game of jacks. (noun)
  • Nothing, jackshit. (noun)
  • A small flag at the bow of a ship. (noun)
  • A naval ensign flag flown from the main mast, mizzen mast, or the aft-most major mast of (especially) British sailing warships; Union Jack. (noun)
  • A coarse and cheap medieval coat of defense, especially one made of leather. (noun)
  • A penny with a head on both sides, used for cheating. (Reference: Sidney J. Baker, The Australian Language, second edition, 1966, chapter XI section 3, page 243.) (noun)
  • Money. (noun)
  • A smooth often ovoid large gravel or small cobble in a natural water course. (noun)
  • A common name for the freshwater pike, green pike or pickerel. (noun)
  • Large California rockfish. (noun)
  • An order of marine fish in the Carangidae family. (noun)
  • A sailor; a "jack tar". (noun)
  • To use a jack. (verb)
  • To raise or increase. (verb)
  • To steal something, typically an automobile. Contraction of carjacking (verb)
  • To hit (the ball) hard; especially, to hit (the ball) out of the field, producing a home run. (verb)

Examples of word jack

  • The portions of the operator's talking circuit that are located permanently in the switchboard cabinet are in such cases terminated in a jack, called an operator's _cut-in jack_.
  • Bellinger recommends choosing one topic to focus on -- "the expression 'jack of all trades, master of none' holds true especially in the Web 2.0 world" -- and working on engaging with the top people in that area rather than trying to tackle all the world's problems at once.
  • "You cannot become an expert if one day you work in maternity, the other day you work in the long-term care, and then you are in emergency room," she said, referencing the phrase "jack of all trades, master of none."
  • And so she proved, in small things at first, as translator, courier, embassy bricoleur - what you call jack-of-all-trades - and later as secret agent in the field ... and you know what that means.
  • You would think that since the jack is the same the requirements are the same.


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