A bag or pouch; especially; a small bag inserted in a garment for carrying small articles, particularly money; hence, figuratively, money; wealth.
- A small baglike attachment forming part of a garment and used to carry small articles, as a flat pouch sewn inside a pair of pants or a piece of material sewn on its sides and bottom to the outside of a shirt.
- A small sack or bag.
- A receptacle, cavity, or opening.
- Financial means; money supply: The cost of the trip must come out of your own pocket.
- A small cavity in the earth, especially one containing ore.
- A small body or accumulation of ore.
- A pouch in an animal body, such as the cheek pouch of a rodent or the abdominal pouch of a marsupial.
- Games One of the pouchlike receptacles at the corners and sides of a billiard or pool table.
- Baseball The deepest part of a baseball glove, just below the web, where the ball is normally caught.
- Sports A racing position in which a contestant has no room to pass a group of contestants immediately to his or her front or side.
- A small, isolated, or protected area or group: pockets of dissatisfied voters.
- Football The area a few yards behind the line of scrimmage that blockers attempt to keep clear so that the quarterback can pass the ball.
- An air pocket.
- A bin for storing ore, grain, or other materials.
- Suitable for or capable of being carried in one's pocket: a pocket handkerchief; a pocket edition of a dictionary.
- Small; miniature: a pocket backyard; a pocket museum.
- To place in or as if in a pocket.
- To take possession of for oneself, especially dishonestly: pocketed the receipts from the charity dance.
- To accept or tolerate (an insult, for example).
- To conceal or suppress: I pocketed my pride and asked for a raise.
- To prevent (a bill) from becoming law by failing to sign until the adjournment of the legislature.
- Sports To hem in (a competitor) in a race.
- Games To hit (a ball) into a pocket of a pool or billiard table.
- in (one's) pocket In one's power, influence, or possession: The defendant had the jury in his pocket.
- in pocket Having funds.
- in pocket Having gained or retained funds of a specified amount: was a hundred dollars in pocket after a day at the races.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
പണം - Panam ;കീശയിലിടുക - Keeshayiliduka ;പക്കറ - Pakkara ;ചേപ്പ് - Cheppu ;പോക്കറ്റ് - Pokkattu ;അടപ്പുതുള - Adapputhula ;