English translation of परेशान करना
परेशान करनाPowered by COBUILD /pareshana karana/
Definitions and Translations
/pareshana karana, pareshAna karanA, pareshaana karanaa, pareshān karanā/
1. annoy transitive verb
If someone annoys you, they make you quite angry and impatient.
⇒ Make a note of the things which annoy you. ⇒ It annoyed me that he didn't help with the children.
2. bother transitive or intransitive verb
If something bothers you it worries, annoys, or upsets you.
⇒ It bothered me when I heard that. ⇒ Never bother about other people's opinions.
3. distress transitive verb
If someone or something distresses you, they cause you to be upset or worried.
⇒ The idea of Toni being in danger distresses him enormously.
4. disturb transitive verb
If something disturbs you, it makes you feel upset or worried.
⇒ Her questions disturbed him.
5. dog transitive verb
If problems or injuries dog you, they keep affecting you.
⇒ His retirement was dogged by illnesses.
6. embarrass transitive verb
If something or someone embarrasses you, it makes you feel shy or ashamed.
⇒ It embarrassed him that he had no idea of how to do it.
7. gall transitive verb
If someone's action galls you, it makes you angry because you cannot do anything about it.
⇒ It really galled Dana to think that Caroline knew all about it.
8. get phrasal verb
If you get at someone, you keep criticizing or teasing them in an unkind way. [informal]
⇒ I'm just tired of you getting at me all the time.
9. harass transitive verb
If you harass someone, you continually trouble them.
⇒ We are always being harassed by the police.
10. hound transitive verb
If someone hounds you, they constantly disturb you or pester you.
⇒ I was constantly hounded by classmates.
11. nag transitive or intransitive verb
If something such as a doubt or worry nags at you, or nags you, it keeps worrying you.
⇒ The problem nagged Amy all through lunch.
12. nerve (in phrases)
If someone or something gets on your nerves, they annoy or irritate you. [informal]
13. play phrasal verb
If something such as a machine or a part of your body is playing up, or if it is playing you up, it is not working properly. [Brit, informal]
⇒ The engine had been playing up. ⇒ His back is playing him up again.
14. trouble transitive verb
If something troubles you, it makes you feel worried.
⇒ He was troubled by the lifestyle of his son.
15. upset transitive verb
If something upsets you, it makes you feel worried or unhappy.
⇒ I'm sorry if I've upset you.
16. vex transitive verb
If someone or something vexes you, they make you feel annoyed.
⇒ Everything about her vexed him.
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Translation of परेशान करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary