Hindi translation of 'scourge'
Word forms: scourges
A scourge is something that causes a lot of trouble to a group of people.आफ़त nfअभिशाप mn
...the scourge of terrorism.
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Example Sentences Including 'scourge'
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Drugs are the biggest scourge of our society.The Sun (2006)
For tens of thousands of employees it has become the feared scourge of our society.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Government plans to tackle the scourge will be unveiled this week.The Sun (2016)
He referred to extremists as a scourge on society and said that people must unite to defeat them.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
It has become the scourge of Cape Town.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Meeting survivors of domestic abuse and hearing their shocking stories has made me all the more determined to put a stop to this scourge on our society.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The IEDs have become a scourge of the British.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The Sun has long campaigned for more to be done to tackle this scourge.The Sun (2013)
The police do not seem to have the resources or the will to tackle this new scourge.The Sun (2012)
This must change if we are to tackle this scourge on our streets.The Sun (2008)
You are the scourge in our society.The Sun (2010)
Both gave short speeches on how to tackle the scourge of unemployment and took questions from the apprentices.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
He and Sky have done it the hard way and this Tour has been a milestone in purging bike racing of its great scourge.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
In my view, active military intervention was necessary to end this scourge.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
They cannot afford to become the scourge of their generous donors.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This will help to put a permanent end to the scourge of fuel poverty and bring our homes up to 21st-century standards.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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'scourge' in Other Languages
British English: scourge NOUN
A scourge is something that causes a lot of trouble or suffering to a group of people.
They want to end the scourge of terrorism.
British English: scourge VERB
If something scourges a place or group of people, it causes great pain and suffering to people.
Economic anarchy scourged the post-war world.
Translation of scourge from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary