Trouble-word meaning in hindi

Noun :  शिकायत, ज़हमत, जंजाल, आफ़त, हंगामा, कष्ट, मुसीबत, पीड़ा, गड़बड़ी, खराबी, परेशानी, घबराहट, चिन्ता, झगड़ा, तकलीफ़, दंगा, दुःख

Verb : सताना, कष्ट देना, व्याकुल करना, परेशान करना, खराब होना, चिंतित होना, चिंतित करना

Example Sentences :

Were the children really in trouble ?

May I trouble you to shut the window?

Unpunctuality invites trouble and worry.

This house is conveniently situated but the trouble is that it is too small for my large family.

Don’t be a trouble to mother.

May I trouble you to pass me the salt?

May I trouble you to pass the salt ?

Will you help me when I am in trouble ?

I had great trouble to get it.

Would it be trouble to you to buy me newspaper ?

What is the trouble ?

Please do not trouble me.

He got out of the trouble when his uncle helped him.

They do all they can to trouble the new teacher.

I hope it won’t be any trouble for you.

What did the divers do to guard against skin trouble ?

We have had a lot of trouble from him.

They had a lot of trouble in that area.

I saw that trouble was brewing.

She had some trouble in her eyes.

We have had a lot of trouble in this area.

We thought you would be busy and did not wish to trouble you.

Never trouble me with your lame excuses.

Has he not any trouble ?

The whole trouble originated with his expulsion from the college.

We did not wish to trouble you.

He is unnecessarily inviting trouble for himself.

The trouble became so serious that his eyesight became weak.

What meant asking for trouble ?

When did the trouble begin?

That is something far too small to trouble about.

The industrious boys had no trouble in passing the examination.

He ran up against trouble in his new job.

Why did he get into trouble on the day of the concert ?

The old man took the trouble of it.

On the other hand, when we think of forgiving others, the trouble disappears or fades away.

She was apt to cause trouble wherever she went.

Your departure from here is a source of trouble for me.

Do not trouble others?

Don’t trouble me.

Your Answer

Your email address will not be published.

Scroll to Top