Hindi translation of 'nag'
nag /næɡ नैग्/
Word forms: nags, nagging, nagged
1. transitive verb
If you say that someone is nagging you, you are annoyed with them because they are continuously asking you to do something.
(किसी काम के लिए) बार-बार कहना
(किसी बात के लिए किसी के) पीछे पड़ जाना
My girlfriend nagged me to cut my hair.
nagging uncountable noun
Her endless nagging made him leave home.
2. transitive or intransitive verb
If something such as a doubt or worry nags at you, or nags you, it keeps worrying you.
परेशान करना/परेशान होना
चिंतित करना/चिंतित होना
The problem nagged Amy all through lunch.
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Example Sentences Including 'nag'
Sometimes, even in these last desperate days, Maeve and Harmon would whisper as they walked together beside their skeletal nag.EVERVILLE (2001)
When she arrived at the monastery, a cab was waiting outside, the lean horse, a nag really, head hanging.The Golden Lion
In 1933 she would nag Simon into giving her assignments of real validity.The Image of Laura
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'nag' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُزعِجُ إِزْعَاجَاً مُتَّصِلاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: apoquentar
- Chinese: 唠叨
- Croatian: zanovijetati
- Czech: sekýrovat
- Danish: plage
- Dutch: zeuren
- European Spanish: dar la lata
- Finnish: nalkuttaa
- French: tarabuster
- German: herumnörgeln
- Greek: γκρινιάζω
- Italian: criticare
- Japanese: がみがみ小言を言う
- Korean: 잔소리하다
- Norwegian: mase
- Polish: gderać
- Portuguese: chatear
- Romanian: a cicăli
- Russian: придираться
- Spanish: dar la lata
- Swedish: tjata
- Thai: จ้องจับผิด
- Turkish: dırdır etmek
- Ukrainian: чіплятися причепитися
- Vietnamese: cằn nhằn
Translation of nag from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary