arouse - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of arouse in Hindi

  • जगाना
  • उत्तेजित करना
  • उकसाना
  • भड़काना
  • उठाना
  • सचेत करना

arouse Definition

  • evoke or awaken (a feeling, emotion, or response). ( उकसाया या जगाया (भावना, भावना या प्रतिक्रिया)। )
  • awaken (someone) from sleep. ( नींद से जागना (कोई)। )

arouse Example

  • The book is something of a tour de force in creating sympathy for a character who, properly speaking, ought to arouse feelings of contempt. ( पुस्तक एक चरित्र के लिए सहानुभूति पैदा करने में एक टूर डे बल की कुछ है, जो ठीक से बोल रहा है, अवमानना ​​की भावनाओं को उत्तेजित करना चाहिए। )
  • We should realize that maybe the emergence of UPS will arouse us from a state of complacency and readies us for the grim challenges lying ahead. ( हमें यह महसूस करना चाहिए कि शायद यूपीएस का उभरना हमें शालीनता से प्रेरित करेगा और आगे आने वाली गंभीर चुनौतियों के लिए हमें पढ़ेगा। )
  • Gradually, the patient spends more time sleeping during the day and at times is difficult to arouse . ( धीरे-धीरे, रोगी दिन के दौरान सोने में अधिक समय बिताता है और कई बार उत्तेजित होना मुश्किल होता है। )
  • At the same time, the economic processes at work in society arouse feelings of anxiety and apprehension among servicemen. ( इसी समय, समाज में काम करने वाली आर्थिक प्रक्रियाएं, सैनिकों के बीच चिंता और आशंका की भावनाओं को जगाती हैं। )
  • The writer's mission is to care about and contemplate man's fate and existing conditions in order to arouse other people to care and think. ( लेखक का मिशन है कि वह अन्य लोगों की देखभाल करने और सोचने के लिए मनुष्य के भाग्य और मौजूदा परिस्थितियों के बारे में सोचें और चिंतन करें। )
  • Acts of this sort arouse every cultured person and no haziness or lack of clarity can excuse them. ( इस तरह के कार्य हर सुसंस्कृत व्यक्ति को जगाते हैं और कोई भी खतरा या स्पष्टता की कमी उन्हें उत्तेजित नहीं कर सकती है। )
  • The words of Gu's mother would probably arouse jealous feelings among parents living a century and a half ago. ( गु की मां के शब्द शायद एक सदी पहले और एक आधा साल पहले रहने वाले माता-पिता के बीच ईर्ष्या की भावनाएं पैदा करते हैं। )
  • It didn't offend me, amuse me, arouse me, repel me, seduce me or astound me. ( इसने मुझे अपमानित नहीं किया, मुझे चकित कर दिया, मुझे जगाया, मुझे पीछे हटाना, मुझे बहकाया या मुझे चकित किया। )
  • These episodes may necessitate stimulation or resuscitation to arouse the child and reinitiate regular breathing. ( इन प्रकरणों में बच्चे को उत्तेजित करने के लिए उत्तेजना या पुनर्जीवन की आवश्यकता हो सकती है और नियमित रूप से साँस लेने में मदद मिल सकती है। )

More Sentence

  • Another letter was from a woman complaining that her husband could not arouse her as well as an ex-lover.
  • She held the box and stopped crying, falling into a deep sleep which hourly examinations could not arouse .
  • Behind the ‘safety’ of the performance space, dance figures are used to arouse the crowd through their animation of, most usually, the distinctly taboo.
  • Changes in timbre, in speed, in tone are intended to arouse feelings in the listener, such as passion or jealousy.
  • Walking towards her, I tried to arouse her, but she would not wake.
  • After doing so she brushed her teeth, and then attempted to arouse her siblings from sleep.
  • I can only hope that it may arouse interest, some sympathy and understanding for fellow human beings in wretched circumstances.
  • Anything out of the ordinary could arouse her from her precarious slumber.
  • Why does war in the Middle East today arouse feelings that war in the Balkans did not, if logically there is little or nothing to choose between them?
  • Up until now, few had tried to develop a drug to sexually arouse women because the task involves more than getting blood to move around.
  • It came to power by making blood-curdling calls designed to arouse voters.
  • an ability to influence the audience and to arouse the masses
  • At home, if gentle stimulation fails to arouse the child, the caretaker should try more vigorous stimulation and provide CPR if necessary.
  • They arouse feelings of nostalgia, but are still manufactured for use today.
  • The aim seemed solely to arouse people emotionally and expose basic instincts without any component of catharsis or cleansing as was the norm with the calypso art-form of yesteryear.
  • He says it is something that will sexually arouse a person every time he/she is exposed to the stimulus.
  • The physical parts always feel very real to me, and arouse me.
  • Regional politicians found it was easy to arouse people on issues like regional pride.
  • Even a normal, healthy body weight may arouse feelings of tension and panic.
  • Rather, the stimulus itself appeared to elicit a small, brief arousal in the sleeping participant.
  • Their level of arousal goes up much more quickly, peaks at a higher level, and takes more time to return to baseline.