Hindi translation of 'wallow'
wallow /ˈwɒləʊ ˈवॉलअउ/
Word forms: wallows, wallowing, wallowed
1. intransitive verb
If you say that someone is wallowing in an unpleasant situation or feeling, you are criticizing them for being deliberately unhappy.
जान-बूझ कर दुःखी बना रहना
He was wallowing in self-pity.
2. intransitive verb
When an animal wallows in mud or water, it lies or rolls about in it slowly.
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Example Sentences Including 'wallow'
I sit on the floor, next to the speakers, and wallow in the rich symphony of jazzed horn lines which spill into the room.LOVE YOU MADLY (2002)
In fact, I used to positively wallow in being people's worst nightmare.COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
Marina said: `We're all guilty of that, but now's not the time to wallow in guilt.Absolute Truths
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Translation of wallow from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary