English translation of 'हंसी उड़ाना'
हंसी उड़ाना /hansi udana/
1. jeer transitive or intransitive verb
If people jeer at someone or jeer someone, they show that they do not respect them by saying rude and insulting things to them.
The angry crowds jeered him.
Protestors jeered at the passers-by.
2. jibe intransitive verb, countable noun
If someone jibes, they say something rude and insulting, called a jibe, which is intended to make another person look foolish.[written]
'No doubt he'll give me the chance to fight him again,' he jibed.
...a cheap jibe about his loss of hair.
3. ridicule transitive verb, uncountable noun
If you ridicule someone or something, or if you consider them with ridicule, you make fun of them in an unkind way.
He ridiculed my suggestion.
The press has held the government up to ridicule.
4. scoff intransitive verb
If you scoff, you speak in a ridiculing way about something.
Some people scoff at the idea that animals communicate.
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Translation of हंसी उड़ाना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary