Hindi translation of 'niggle'
Word forms: niggles, niggling, niggled
transitive verb, countable noun
If something niggles you, it makes you worry slightly over a long time. You can call a worry like this a niggle.टीसना/टीस nfकसकना/ कसक nfहूक उठना/ हूक nf
The truth might niggle him for ever. Why is there a little niggle at the back of my mind?
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Example Sentences Including 'niggle'
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There are a couple of minor niggles.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
And a hundred other niggling little things that all add up to a big fantastical thumbs down.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Or you can think all that and still have that small niggle at the back of your mind: what if he is right?Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Relationships work better now you let minor niggles go and focus on what matters.The Sun (2012)
Something niggles at me, though.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The more they promise, the more you should have a niggle in the back of your mind.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
There are some niggles, though.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
We do have one niggle though.The Sun (2015)
But hamstring injuries and niggles meant he looked on as the Toon slid into a relegation battle.The Sun (2015)
He also came struggling with a hamstring niggle, so is no defensive guarantee.The Sun (2014)
He niggles away at them constantly and keeps them on edge.The Sun (2016)
He said:'Sometimes after a game there are things that niggle away at you but we were brilliant.The Sun (2017)
He subsequently suffered from niggling hamstring injuries, but has now been fit since the beginning of last month and has not been selected.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
His old ankle injury is niggling him.The Sun (2009)
Putting is the part of golf that niggles away.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Star players were annoyed at this and many other little niggles had emerged.The Sun (2015)
Taken off as a precaution with injury niggle.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
They have little niggles but people proved today they can step in.The Sun (2011)
But I've always got something in me niggling.The Sun (2008)
But there was a niggle at the back of my mind.The Sun (2008)
You need to sort out those little niggles and go in for those rubs.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Trends of 'niggle'
Used Rarely. niggle is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translation of niggle from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary