Hindi translation of 'rowdy'
Word forms: rowdier, rowdiest
If people are rowdy, they are noisy, rough, and likely to cause trouble.उपद्रवी
He has complained to the police about his rowdy neighbours.
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Example Sentences Including 'rowdy'
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It is surely obvious not to house a family with two little ones next to a rowdy bar?Times, Sunday Times (2013)
I try not to lose my temper if things are getting a bit rowdy now.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
It all got a bit rowdy.The Sun (2015)
Long after he left the stage, a rowdy scrum of fans were still fighting over this sweaty souvenir.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The crowd of rowdy men grew around us, but we only had eyes for each other.The Sun (2012)
The vain music mogul was faced with a rowdy fan wearing a mask of him at the Edinburgh BGT auditions.The Sun (2012)
Please fill the Ricoh Arena with tens of thousands of rowdy new fans cheering new glories.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Remember when you were in school and the class got a bit rowdy?Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Yet a perception that fans are rowdy remains.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Some people will surely take it as a rowdy party in the parental home.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
A man has been fined for rowdy behaviour in a cemetery, including pretending to be a ghost.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
A parent said: 'They were being a bit rowdy.The Sun (2008)
A second man on the Friday flight got a police warning for drunk and rowdy behaviour.The Sun (2014)
But the celebrations clearly got a bit rowdy because some local council noise control monitors turned up to tell them to pipe down.The Sun (2014)
Dogs evidently scare birds away unintentionally by their rowdy and unsavoury behaviour.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Eight pubs across the Pennines are to ban stag and hen parties in an attempt to curb rowdy behaviour.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Many of those detained had been aggressive and there had been reports of rowdy behaviour on trains heading to Cologne, he added.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
She's called to deal with a rowdy party and finds a youngster high on drugs teetering on the edge of a roof.The Sun (2009)
There had been complaints about his rowdy behaviour after drinking six cans of beer.The Sun (2012)
There was no rowdy behaviour.The Sun (2012)
There were many rowdy demonstrations across the country against the live export trade prior to the beef ban.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
They are noisy and rowdy.The Sun (2012)
Tories claimed the spread of rowdy behaviour to primary schools was proof the Government had lost its grip on discipline.The Sun (2008)
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British English: rowdy ADJECTIVE
When people are rowdy, they are noisy, rough, and likely to cause trouble.
He has complained to the police about rowdy neighbours.
Translation of rowdy from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary