Hindi translation of 'curse'
curse /kɜːs कअस्/
Word forms: curses, cursing, cursed
1. intransitive verb, countable noun
If you curse, or if you utter a curse, you swear or say rude words because you are angry about something.[written]
शाप देना/शाप mn
I tripped and cursed.
Groans and curses filled the air.
2. transitive verb
If you curse someone or something, you say insulting things to them or complain strongly about them because you are angry with them.
We started driving again, cursing the delay.
He cursed himself for not making a note of his address.
3. countable noun
If you say that there is a curse on someone, you mean that a supernatural power is causing unpleasant things to happen to them.
4. countable noun
You can refer to something that causes a lot of trouble as a curse.
...the curse of high unemployment.
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Example Sentences Including 'curse'
The curse of the investigator: the mind too focused on the challenge to let go.Riot
The other leapt towards him with a curse , steel glinting in his right hand.THE KEYS OF HELL (2002)
At once, as if her act were the prescribed answer to a witch's curse , the stiffness fled from his body.Death of a Nymph
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'curse' in Other Languages
- Arabic: لَعْنَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: palavrão
- Chinese: 诅咒
- Croatian: kletva
- Czech: nadávka
- Danish: forbandelse
- Dutch: vloek
- European Spanish: palabrota
- Finnish: kirous
- French: malédiction
- German: Fluch Flüche
- Greek: κατάρα
- Italian: imprecazione
- Japanese: ののしり
- Korean: 저주
- Norwegian: forbannelse
- Polish: przekleństwo
- Portuguese: maldição
- Romanian: înjurătură înjurături
- Russian: проклятие
- Spanish: maldición
- Swedish: förbannelse
- Thai: คำสาปแช่ง
- Turkish: küfür
- Ukrainian: лайка
- Vietnamese: sự chửi rủa
Translation of curse from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary