Hindi translation of 'jeer'
jeer /dʒɪə जिअ/
Word forms: jeers, jeering, jeered
1. transitive or intransitive verb
If people jeer at someone or jeer someone, they show that they do not respect them by saying rude and insulting things to them.
का उपहास करना/हंसी उड़ाना
ताना मारना/माखौल उड़ाना
The angry crowds jeered him.
Protestors jeered at the passers-by.
jeering uncountable noun
There was constant jeering during the football match.
2. countable noun
Jeers are the rude and insulting things which people shout in order to show that they do not respect someone.
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Example Sentences Including 'jeer'
Call them heroes, and they would jeer at you: yet they are nothing else.The Lonely Sea
He'd often heard his family jeer at the strange ways of the Welsh, heard them called `reckless" and `untamed" and `half-mad".Here Be Dragons
It's very easy for people outside the Church to jeer at clergymen, but no matter how often we fall short of our ideals -'Absolute Truths
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Translation of jeer from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary