Bothered meanings in Urdu
Bothered meanings in Urdu is پریشان Bothered in Urdu. More meanings of bothered, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.
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- (adjective satellite) : caused to show discomposure
I don't think it's too hippie to want to clean up the planet so you don't wind up dying of some kind of cancer when you're 45 years old. It enrages me that these big cancer-research organizations can't be bothered to man the front lines of environmental protest.
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گھبرایا ہوامُضطربمتنازع فیہہلکانتتر تینناراضحیرانگھبراہٹ پیدا کرنافگاراعصاب زَدَہستایا ہوافکر مندابتری سےدل گیرتنگبے سوچا سمجھابے قاعدہگھَبرايا ہُوادقمترددبے ترتیبی سےخفاشکستہ حالدرہم برہمسَرا سيمَہبے کلالٹ پلٹ کرناپریشانمختلآزردہڈگمگابترمضطربگمگھبرایاآشفتہبدحواسزچمتزلزلتتر بترمکدرکبیدہکچاسرا سیمہاعصابی تَناو کیچڑ چڑاآرزو مندبے نظمی سےرنجیدہپاگل ...
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What do you mean by bothered?
Meaning of bothered is پریشان - pareyshaan
Whats the definition of bothered?
Definition of the bothered are
- caused to show discomposure
What is the synonym of bothered?
Synonym of word bothered are mired, trouping, trousered, beshroud, confused, beshrewed, distracted, disturbs, jittery, hassled
What are the idioms related to bothered?
Here are the idioms that are related to the word bothered.
- A crowd of books distracts the mind
- All at sea
- At one wit end
- Labouring heart
- Ln fog
What are the quotes with word bothered?
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- I don't know that I spent any more time alone than any other kid, but being by myself never bothered me. — Joseph Barbera
- I don't think it's too hippie to want to clean up the planet so you don't wind up dying of some kind of cancer when you're 45 years old. It enrages me that these big cancer-research organizations can't be bothered to man the front lines of environmental protest. — Jello Biafra
- The funny thing is I'm not bothered or sad about being on my own - after all I've never had a husband. — Francesca Annis
- The Islam of the 18th, 19th and first half of the 20th century was a poor thing. Nobody bothered about it. Islam was that funny sort of pure system of beliefs that depressed people in the Middle East held as their religion. — John Keegan