English translation of परेशान
परेशानPowered by COBUILD /pareshana/
Definitions and Translations
/pareshana, pareshAna, pareshaana, pareshān, preshana, preshAna, preshaana, preshān, pareshan, pareshAn, pareshaan, preshan, preshAn, preshaan/
1. bothered adjective after link verb ⇒ I was bothered about the cut on my hand.
2. distraught adjective
If someone is distraught, they are extremely upset or worried. ⇒ His distraught parents were comforted by relatives.
3. distressed adjective ⇒ She was too exhausted and distressed to talk.
4. harassed adjective
If you are harassed, you are anxious and tense because you have too much to do or too many problems to cope with. ⇒ I grew more and more harassed over my lack of money and having too much to do.
5. loss (in phrases)
If you are at a loss, you do not know what to do in a particular situation.
6. troubled adjective
Troubled means worried or full of problems. ⇒ Rose sounded deeply troubled. ⇒ ...this troubled country.
7. upset adjective
If you are upset, you are unhappy or disappointed because something unpleasant has happened. ⇒ They are terribly upset by their parents' divorce.
8. vexed adjective ⇒ Farmers are vexed and blame the government.
9. worried adjective ⇒ I'm worried about what is going to happen to us.
10. wound up adjective
If someone is wound up, they are very tense and nervous or angry. [informal]
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Translation of परेशान from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary