Hindi translation of 'mania'
Word forms: manias
If you say that a person or group has a mania for something, you mean that they enjoy it very much or devote a lot of time to it.सनक mnउन्माद mn
He described himself as having a mania for privacy. There has been no escaping football mania during the World Cup.
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Example Sentences Including 'mania'
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But economists said that the current merger and acquisition mania had some distance to go.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
It was the height of the dot-com mania.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Once dot-com mania was over, he got out with about enough for a deposit on a house.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
What happens if some US investors get swept up in a new wave of dot-com mania and bid the price sky high?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Technology provided the focus for the speculative mania, but it can't fully explain what happened.DOT.CON (2001)
The peak of a speculative mania is a sight to behold.DOT.CON (2001)
In 1825 it was the country banks that went under after a burst of speculative mania.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
A FRESH round of merger mania could be on the cards in car dealerships.The Sun (2011)
Law firms are having one of their regular spasms of merger mania.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Trends of 'mania'
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'mania' in Other Languages
British English: mania /ˈmeɪnɪə/ NOUN
If you say that a person or group has a mania for something, you mean that they enjoy it very much or devote a lot of time to it.
He described himself as having a mania for privacy.
- American English: mania
- Arabic: هَوَس
- Brazilian Portuguese: mania
- Chinese: 颠狂
- Croatian: manija
- Czech: mánie
- Danish: mani
- Dutch: manie
- European Spanish: manía
- Finnish: mania
- French: manie
- German: Manie
- Greek: μανία
- Italian: mania
- Japanese: ･･･熱 熱狂
- Korean: 광적인 열중
- Norwegian: mani
- Polish: obłęd
- European Portuguese: mania
- Romanian: manie
- Russian: мания
- Latin American Spanish: manía
- Swedish: mani
- Thai: ความคลั่งไคล้
- Turkish: çılgınlık
- Ukrainian: манія
- Vietnamese: sự đam mê
Translation of mania from the Collins English to Hindi
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