Hindi translation of 'wreak'
wreak /riːk रीक्/
Word forms: wreaks, wreaking, wreaked or wrought
1. transitive verb
Something or someone that wreaks havoc or destruction causes a great amount of disorder or damage.[journalism]
Heavy rain wreaked havoc on the south coast yesterday.
2. transitive verb
If you wreak revenge or vengeance on someone, you do something to harm them, because they have harmed you.[literary]
3. see also wrought
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Example Sentences Including 'wreak'
The desolation a handful of JCBs can wreak in a couple of days is extraordinary.NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A Collection of Short Stories
And even then, as recent events had proved, they could still wreak havoc.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Mr Daniels lurched backwards, blinked in surprise, and immediately lurched forwards again to wreak his revenge.TEN STEPS TO HAPPINESS (2003)
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Translation of wreak from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary