Hindi translation of 'scribble'
Word forms: scribbles, scribbling, scribbled
2. intransitive verb
3. variable noun
1. transitive or intransitive verb
If you scribble, or scribble something, you write it quickly and untidily.किसी चीज को घसीटकर लिखना/घसीटकर लिखना
John scribbled his calculation on a scrap of paper. As I scribbled in my diary, the lights went out.
2. intransitive verb
To scribble means to make meaningless marks or rough drawings using a pencil or pen.खिंचानाकाग़ज पर आड़ी-तिरछी आकृतियां बनाना
When Caroline was five she scribbled all over the kitchen walls.
3. variable noun
Scribble is something that has been written or drawn quickly and roughly.घसीट nfघसीट कर लिखे गए अक्षर mn
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Example Sentences Including 'scribble'
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There is a long and mixed history of retired doctors taking up pens and scribbling as their hair goes grey.The Times Literary Supplement (2012)
His mother scribbled messages in a notebook and scattered the pages onto the passing fields of Bohemia.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
It is now too dangerous to scribble on walls or to attack the new president directly.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
It was partly an act of conservation (he scribbled in pencil a lot) and partly a process of picking my way through the battlefield.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
There are knocking sounds and scribbling on the walls.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
We spent the next week scribbling on backs of envelopes.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
He scribbled something and thanked us for our time.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Seems a bit creepy to be sitting here scribbling away about the people around me.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Then grab a pen and scribble down a few resolutions, so you can forget all about it and get back to sleep.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
We know that because of the little messages they have scribbled on the wall.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
As she was speaking another young woman way back in the mêlée scribbled a note and passed it forward.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
He listened while scribbling in his notebook.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
He scribbled a callous note insulting the family he robbed.The Sun (2011)
One source told how she found doors missing or hanging off and walls scribbled on.The Sun (2012)
The lawyers were scribbling furiously now.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
All his life he was scribbling away.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Let's get back to scribbling.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
She was told that at one point she stopped a nurse and furiously scribbled down a note and gave it to her.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The nurse scribbled something on my chart, smiled at me, and told me my doctor would be right in.Christianity Today (2000)
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'scribble' in Other Languages
British English: scribble /ˈskrɪbl/ VERB
If you scribble or scribble something, you write it quickly and untidily.
John scribbled his calculation on a scrap of paper.
- American English: scribble
- Arabic: يَكْتُبُ بِسُرْعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: rabiscar
- Chinese: 潦草地写
- Croatian: črčkati
- Czech: čmárat
- Danish: skrible
- Dutch: krabbelen
- European Spanish: garabatear
- Finnish: raapustaa
- French: gribouiller
- German: kritzeln
- Greek: μουτζουρώνω
- Italian: scarabocchiare
- Japanese: 走り書きする
- Korean: 끼적거리다
- Norwegian: skrible
- Polish: nabazgrać
- European Portuguese: rabiscar
- Romanian: a mâzgăli
- Russian: писать быстро или небрежно
- Spanish: garabatear
- Swedish: klottra
- Thai: เขียนหวัดๆ
- Turkish: karalamak
- Ukrainian: калякати
- Vietnamese: viết cẩu thả
British English: scribble NOUN
Scribble is something that has been written or drawn quickly and roughly.
I'm sorry what I wrote was such a scribble.
Translation of scribble from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary