Meaning of taking in Hindi is : व्यापार में ली हुई मुद्रा
Definition of word taking
alluring; attractive. (adjective)
A seizure of someone's goods or possessions. (noun)
Present participle of take. (verb)
Examples of word taking
Give it a fair trial and you will agree that taking pictures -- the mere _taking_, with no bothering your head about developing, printing, toning and the like -- is a matter no more baffling than the simple art of learning to punch the letters on the keyboard of a typewriter.
It proved to be a _taking in_, instead of a _taking up_, and the taking in was on the other side.
Had Rob Hulse not turned an easy chance over the crossbar in the 80th minute after the United goalkeeper parried a shot from Commons into his path, the home side, with David Lowe taking charge in the dugout and Robbie Savage reinstated as a substitute, would be taking a two-goal lead into the return leg on January
“I care about her a lot,” he admitted, his expression taking on a faroff look.
Like thieves, murderers and traffic wardens, they seem to rejoice in taking from the world rather than adding to it.
Aaron Peirsol also defended his title taking the gold in the men's 100 meter backstroke and breaking the world record.
Taking a safe direction in life (skyabs-'gro, taking refuge) is an active process, not a passive one of seeking protection from higher powers, as the term taking refuge might imply.