Hindi translation of nasty
nastyPowered by COBUILD /ˈnɑːsti, ˈnæsti ˈनास्टी, ˈनैस्टी/
Word forms: nastier, nastiest
Definitions and Translations
Something that is nasty is very unpleasant or unattractive.
⇒ This divorce could become nasty.
Derived formsnastiness uncountable noun
घोर बुराई nf
⇒ ...the nastiness of modern politics.
If you describe a disease or injury as nasty, you mean that it is serious or looks very unpleasant.
⇒ Lili had a nasty chest infection.
If you describe a person or their behaviour as nasty, you mean that they behave in an unkind and unpleasant way.
⇒ The guards looked really nasty. ⇒ She is so nasty to me.
Derived formsnastily adverb
अप्रिय तरीके से
अरुचिकर ढंग से
बहुत बुरी तरह
⇒ 'Thank you,' Mr Saunders said nastily.
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Example Sentences Including 'nasty'
Particularly now she'd bribed her evil landlord with several boxes of nasty cheap continental lager to get himself out the house.LOOKING FOR ANDREW McCARTHY (2002)
Strong and nasty with tinted glasses and too much jewellery and a fondness for small children.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
Glad to see you so chipper after your nasty experience at the weekend.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'nasty' in Other Languages
- Arabic: كَرِيهٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: desagradável
- Chinese: 令人不悦的
- Croatian: gadan gadna
- Czech: nepříjemný
- Danish: nederdrægtig
- Dutch: gemeen
- European Spanish: desagradable malo
- Finnish: paha ilkeä
- French: méchant
- German: scheußlich
- Greek: αντιπαθητικός αντιπαθητική
- Italian: sgradevole
- Japanese: 嫌な
- Korean: 고약한
- Norwegian: utrivelig
- Polish: złośliwy złośliwa
- Portuguese: desagradável
- Romanian: neplăcut neplăcut, neplăcută, neplăcuți, neplăcute
- Russian: противный противная
- Spanish: desagradable
- Swedish: elak elakt
- Thai: น่ารังเกียจ
- Turkish: berbat
- Ukrainian: неприємний
- Vietnamese: làm bực mình
Translation of nasty from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary