(In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)

(In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)

Urdu meanings of complain with examples

Who has complained against you?
(Aap kay khilaf kis nay shikayat ke?)

Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 COMPLAIN

شکایت کرنا ۔
2 COMPLAIN

شکایت کرنا ۔
3 COMPLAIN
Verb
شِکایت کَرنا ۔ شِکوہ کَرنا ۔ گِلہ کَرنا ۔
4 COMPLAIN

شکایت کرنا ۔
5 COMPLAIN
Verb
شکایتی ۔ مستغیث ۔ شکایت کنندہ ۔

complain

[kuh m-pleyn]
    verb (used without object)
    1.
    to express dissatisfaction, pain, uneasiness, censure, resentment, or grief; find fault:
    He complained constantly about the noise in the corridor.
    2.
    to tell of one's pains, ailments, etc.:
    to complain of a backache.
    3.
    to make a formal accusation:
    If you think you've been swindled, complain to the police.
    Related forms
    complainable, adjective
    complainer, noun
    complainingly, adverb
    uncomplained, adjective
    uncomplaining, adjective
    uncomplainingly, adverb

    Synonyms

    1. Complain, grumble, growl, whine are terms for expressing dissatisfaction or discomfort. To complain is to protest against or lament a wrong: to complain about high prices. To grumble is to utter ill-natured complaints half to oneself: to grumble about the service. Growl may express more anger than grumble : to growl in reply to a question. To whine is to complain in a meanspirited way, using a nasal tone: to whine like a coward, like a spoiled child.
    v

    Examples from the web for complain

    • Some people think wind turbines are ugly and complain about the noise the machines make.
    • At some point you start to think about your job-you don't make enough money, and you complain a lot.
    • He didn't complain, but only filled the room with his experience of wearing combat boots, and carrying a gun to work everyday.
    • New housing and business developments, locals complain, have led to an increase in light and noise pollution.
    • It's downright silly for you warm weather types to complain about walking.
    • She never seemed to complain but would favor one side more than the other.
    • Parliamentary observers complain that the fragmented legislature has made the country's politics more negative and short-term.
    • Applicants complain that the process of seeking help is made tiresome and humiliating.
    • Its diplomats complain of a few thousand gunmen holding up the whole peace process.
    • It relates to the returns the industry delivers: investors have more reason to complain about private equity than do voters.

    Word Origin and History for complain

    v.
    late 14c., "find fault, lament," from stem of Old French complaindre "to lament" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *complangere, originally "to beat the breast," from Latin com-, intensive prefix  + plangere "to strike, beat the breast". Older sense of "lament" died out 17c. Related: Complained; complaining.

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