Hindi translation of 'ill'
ill /ɪl इल्/
Word forms: ills
1. adjective, plural noun
If you are ill, you are suffering from a health problem. People who are ill in some way can be referred to as, for example, the mentally ill.
बीमार/बीमार व्यक्ति mn
रुग्ण/रुग्ण व्यक्ति mn
अस्वस्थ/अस्वस्थ व्यक्ति mn
I was feeling ill.
She visits the seriously ill.
2. plural noun
Difficulties or problems can be referred to as ills.[formal]
One woman blamed the ills of society on bad housing.
3. adjective before noun
Ill can be used in front of some nouns to mean 'bad'.[formal]
She brought ill luck into her family.
4. uncountable noun
Ill is evil or harm.[literary]
They say they mean no ill.
5. ill at ease → see easeThe words ill and sick are very similar in meaning but are used in slightly different ways. Ill is generally not used before a noun, and can be used in verbal expressions such as fall ill and be taken ill. He fell ill shortly before Christmas. The trial was delayed after one of the jury members was taken ill. Sick is often used before a noun. ...sick children. In British English, ill is a slightly more polite, less direct word than sick. Sick often suggests the actual physical feeling of being ill, for example nausea or vomiting. I spent the next 24 hours in bed, being sick. In American English, sick is often used where British people would say ill. Some people get hurt in accidents or get sick.
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Example Sentences Including 'ill'
She would have been pretty once, but now she looked undernourished and ill.LOST SUMMER (2002)
He was in his fifties and wore an ill fitting suit with a cheap tie.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
Such undisciplined behaviour ill becomes a member of your race.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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Translation of ill from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary