"गाय घास खाती है ।"
Translation:The cow eats grass.
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English did not take it from anyone. 'Grass' is a Germanic word, which is why Angles and Saxons, among all the others, used it even thousands of years ago. As to the Hindi word 'Ghaas', it is definitely not a borrowing from any European languages. Anyone interested in the origin of these words may read this article on Quora: https://www.quora.com/Is-the-Hindi-%E2%80%9Cghaas%E2%80%9D-derived-from-the-same-root-as-English-%E2%80%9Cgrass%E2%80%9D