To bear toward the person speaking, or the person or thing from whose point of view the action is contemplated; to go and bring; to get.
- To come or go after and take or bring back: The puppy fetched the stick that we had tossed.
- To cause to come.
- To bring in as a price: fetched a thousand dollars at auction.
- To interest or attract.
- To draw in (breath); inhale.
- To bring forth (a sigh, for example) with obvious effort.
- Informal To deliver (a blow) by striking; deal.
- Nautical To arrive at; reach: fetched port after a month at sea.
- To go after something and return with it.
- To retrieve killed game. Used of a hunting dog.
- To take an indirect route.
- Nautical To hold a course.
- Nautical To turn about; veer.
- The act or an instance of fetching.
- A stratagem or trick.
- The distance over which a wind blows.
- The distance traveled by waves with no obstruction.
- fetch up To reach a stopping place or goal; end up: "He went down and out at the same time and fetched up on his back clear in the middle of the room” ( Madison Smart Bell).
- fetch up To make up (lost time, for example).
- fetch up To bring forth; produce.
- fetch up To bring to a halt; stop.
- Chiefly British A ghost; an apparition.
- Chiefly British A doppelgänger.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
വരുത്തുക - Varuththuka | Varuthuka ;കൊണ്ടുവരിക - കൊണ്ടുവരിക ;വിലകിട്ടുക - Vilakittuka ;വിലയായിക്കിട്ടുക - Vilayaayikkittuka | Vilayayikkittuka ;പണം നേടുക - Panam Neduka ;പ്രഹരം നല്കുക - Praharam Nalkuka ;