Hindi translation of 'hangover'
hangover /ˈhæŋəʊvə ˈहैङअउव़अ/
Word forms: hangovers
1. countable noun
A hangover is a headache and feeling of sickness that you have after drinking too much alcohol.
नशा उतरने के बाद होने वाला सिरदर्द mn
2. countable noun
Something that is a hangover from the past is an idea or way of behaving which people used to have in the past but which people no longer generally have.
This idea is a hangover from 20th-century politics.
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Example Sentences Including 'hangover'
The adrenaline seemed to have mopped up all the whisky and I felt a hangover doing press-ups in my head.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
But Senlis was not sleeping off his hangover as dead to the world as she supposed.Displaced Person
Mark's going to learn tomorrow that a champagne hangover is the worst kind.The Ambassador's Women
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'hangover' in Other Languages
- Arabic: خُمَار
- Brazilian Portuguese: ressaca
- Chinese: 宿醉
- Croatian: mamurluk
- Czech: kocovina
- Danish: tømmermænd
- Dutch: kater
- European Spanish: resaca
- Finnish: krapula
- French: gueule de bois
- German: Kater KaterAlkohol
- Greek: ζαλάδα μετά από μέθη
- Italian: postumi della sbronza
- Japanese: 二日酔い
- Korean: 숙취
- Norwegian: bakrus
- Polish: kac
- Portuguese: ressaca
- Romanian: mahmureală mahmureli
- Russian: похмелье
- Spanish: resaca
- Swedish: bakfylla
- Thai: การเมาค้าง
- Turkish: akşamdan kalma
- Ukrainian: похмілля
- Vietnamese: sự khó chịu sau khi uống rượu
Translation of hangover from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary