Hindi translation of 'spree'
Word forms: sprees
If you go on something such as a spending spree, you do something such as spend money in an excessive way.फ़िज़ूलखर्ची nfरंगरलियां nf
...a violent five-year crime spree.
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Example Sentences Including 'spree'
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And he launched a spending spree that will leave future generations to pick up the bill for huge deficits.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Shopping spree: No cash refunds on vouchers.The Sun (2011)
They embark on a crime spree that rapidly brings them more trouble than they can handle.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This man's on a murder spree.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
We all went on spending sprees.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
As the murder spree continued he kept up his devoted dad routine at home.The Sun (2013)
But it was precisely those qualities that allowed him to embark on a murder spree that claimed at least 26 lives.The Sun (2008)
He claims that the police targeted him to cover up a crime spree that might affect tourism.The Sun (2006)
She said he was no longer addicted to drink and drugs which had fuelled his crime spree and now had a son.The Sun (2009)
Six miles across the city, the third killing spree was under way.The Sun (2015)
The killing sprees of all three were spurred on by the fact they were not caught.The Sun (2008)
The spending spree has angered staff braced for massive cutbacks and stunned patients.The Sun (2010)
Within a few months he had embarked on his killing spree.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It is hard to conceive why a soldier goes on a killing spree of civilians.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
This killing spree was not the result of one instant where he lost his temper.EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings (2005)
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British English: spree NOUN
If you spend a period of time doing something in an excessive way, you can say that you are going on a particular kind of spree.
Some people went on a spending spree in December to beat the new tax.
Translation of spree from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary