Hindi translation of 'violence'
1. uncountable noun
Violence is behaviour which is intended to hurt or kill people.हिंसा nfमारपीट nf
Twenty people were injured in the violence.violence against someone condemn/prevent/stop/resort to violence violence erupts a victim/act/outbreak of violence gang/gun/street violence domestic/physical/sexual violence ethnic/racial violence increasing/widespread violence
2. uncountable noun
If you do or say something with violence, you use a lot of force and energy in doing or saying it, often because you are angry.[literary]तीक्ष्णता nfउग्रता nfप्रचण्डता nf
There was such violence in her voice that he was startled.
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Example Sentences Including 'violence'
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How about victims of domestic violence?The Sun (2017)
The violence of their language did surprise.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
They have often experienced violence and abuse.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Who does not realise that the violence is often gratuitous?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
But not with excessive force or violence.The Sun (2016)
My brother doesn't call people to do violence against others.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Our campaign to raise awareness of this crime has been praised by domestic violence charities.The Sun (2009)
Rough sleeping ruins lives - leaving people vulnerable to violence and abuse and taking a dreadful toll on their mental and physical health.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
The charity reported a sharp rise in alerts about youngsters suffering or witnessing physical violence and emotional abuse in the home.The Sun (2016)
The violence has killed more than 300 people and the wider suffering has been terrible.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
There were no signs of marital strife and no history of violence or erratic behaviour.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
They had also come up with the idea of extreme violence.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
They were often subjected to violence and had their homes used as stash houses.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Too many people fail to take male domestic violence seriously.The Sun (2016)
Two more men were summoned and all used violence to force him into uniform.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Another 12 people were reportedly killed in violence across the country yesterday.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Previous British leaders helped to establish the international laws protecting people fleeing violence and persecution.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This need stretches far beyond those who have to face physical violence.A Channel of Peace (1993)
Where is the line between force and violence?Christianity Today (2000)
Violence, abusive behaviour and stealing from the family home are unacceptable.Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)
Trends of 'violence'
Very Common. violence is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'violence' in Other Languages
British English: violence /ˈvaɪələns/ NOUN
Violence is behaviour which is intended to hurt or kill people.
Twenty people were injured in the violence.
- American English: violence
- Arabic: عُنْف
- Brazilian Portuguese: violência
- Chinese: 暴力
- Croatian: nasilje
- Czech: násilí
- Danish: vold
- Dutch: geweld
- European Spanish: violencia
- Finnish: väkivalta
- French: violence
- German: Gewalt
- Greek: βία
- Italian: violenza
- Japanese: 暴力
- Korean: 폭력
- Norwegian: vold
- Polish: przemoc
- European Portuguese: violência
- Romanian: violență
- Russian: насилие
- Spanish: violencia
- Swedish: våld
- Thai: ความรุนแรง
- Turkish: şiddet
- Ukrainian: жорстокість
- Vietnamese: tính bạo lực
Translation of violence from the Collins English to Hindi