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Pronunciation of Jostle  


English Meaning

To run against and shake; to push out of the way; to elbow; to hustle; to disturb by crowding; to crowd against.

  1. To come in rough contact while moving; push and shove: jostled against the others on the crowded platform.
  2. To make one's way by pushing or elbowing: jostled through the guests to the bar.
  3. To vie for an advantage or position.
  4. To be in close proximity.
  5. To pick or try to pick pockets.
  6. To come into rough contact with while moving: messengers who jostle pedestrians on the sidewalk.
  7. To force by pushing or elbowing: jostled my way through the mob.
  8. To vie with for an advantage or position.
  9. To be in close proximity with: "Books written in all languages ... jostle each other on the shelf” ( Virginia Woolf).
  10. To pick or try to pick the pocket of.
  11. A rough shove or push.
  12. The condition of being crowded together.

Malayalam Meaning

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× ഉന്തിത്തള്ളല്‍ - Unthiththallal‍ | Unthithallal‍
× തള്ളല്‍ - Thallal‍
× ആള്‍ക്കൂട്ടത്തിലൂടെ തള്ളിക്കയറുക - Aal‍kkoottaththiloode Thallikkayaruka | al‍kkoottathiloode Thallikkayaruka
× ഉന്തിത്തള്ളുക - Unthiththalluka | Unthithalluka
× തള്ളുക - Thalluka


The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

Nahum 2:4

The chariots rage in the streets, They jostle one another in the broad roads; They seem like torches, They run like lightning.

രഥങ്ങൾ തെരുക്കളിൽ ചടുചട ചാടുന്നു; വീഥികളിൽ അങ്ങും ഇങ്ങും ഔടുന്നു; തീപ്പന്തങ്ങളെപ്പോലെ അവയെ കാണുന്നു; അവ മിന്നൽപോലെ ഔടുന്നു.


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