Hindi translation of 'disturb'
disturb /dɪˈstɜːb डिˈस्टअब्/
Word forms: disturbs, disturbing, disturbed
1. transitive verb
If you disturb someone, you interrupt what they are doing and cause them inconvenience.
She slept in a separate room in order not to disturb him.
2. transitive verb
If something disturbs you, it makes you feel upset or worried.
Her questions disturbed him.
3. transitive verb
If something is disturbed, its position or shape is changed.
Do not disturb the eggs as they cook.
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Example Sentences Including 'disturb'
Carmela Mourne had been awake at five-thirty when her husband rose from his bed carefully, so as not to disturb her.Double Deceit
The staff have been given strict instructions not to disturb you.Alastair McLean's 'Night Watch'
I think he didn't want to disturb you...' `Glad there's someone who's got some consideration.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'disturb' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُزْعِجُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: perturbar
- Chinese: 扰乱
- Croatian: uznemiriti
- Czech: rušit vyrušitvyrušovat
- Danish: forstyrre
- Dutch: storen
- European Spanish: molestar molestar
- Finnish: häiritä
- French: déranger
- German: stören
- Greek: ενοχλώ
- Italian: disturbare
- Japanese: 邪魔をする
- Korean: 방해하다
- Norwegian: forstyrre
- Polish: zaniepokoić niepokoić
- Portuguese: perturbar
- Romanian: a deranja
- Russian: отвлекать
- Spanish: perturbar
- Swedish: störa
- Thai: รบกวน
- Turkish: rahatsız etmek
- Ukrainian: турбувати потурбувати
- Vietnamese: quấy rầy
Translation of disturb from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary