Change Kubectl Default Behaviour

Hi, can anyone tell me how to modify the default behaviour of kubectl command so that it doesn’t hold the terminal.
For example if I m deleting a pod, kubectl would show:

pod nginx deleted.

And it would hold the terminal until the pod is actually deleted. I know there is a switch or a command which can be set to kubectl so then it doesn’t hold the terminal window, instead, it displays the same message and then deletes/modifies the resources in the background. Same happens to apply command when creating resources.

Hello @szeeshan

you can use this in order to don’t show the output of any commands

/dev/null 2>&1
for example:
kubectl get pods >/dev/null 2>&1‏