curse - Meaning in Marathi

Meaning of curse in Marathi

  • शाप
  • अपशब्द
  • शिवी
  • तळतळाट
  • शापामुळे प्राप्त झालेले दु:ख
  • दु:खाचे कारण

curse Definition


  • invoke or use a curse against.
  • utter offensive words in anger or annoyance.


  • a solemn utterance intended to invoke a supernatural power to inflict harm or punishment on someone or something.
  • an offensive word or phrase used to express anger or annoyance.

curse Example

  • Muttering the few curse words she knew, Cielle kicked the trunk of a nearby tree.
  • Now, I wonder which other sporting events I can put a curse on?
  • My character was required to swear a lot but I asked for the curse words to be taken out of the script because I didn't want to project that image.
  • She walked as though she was ashamed of her beauty, like it was a terrible curse she had been burdened with.
  • After a gasped curse , a word that a six year old shouldn't know, she picked herself up and sprinted deeper into the dark abyss.
  • These actions made a kindly medicine man angry, and he put a curse on them.
  • Even the Easter rising of 1916 was doomed before it commenced through lack of proper communication and the old curse of command and counter command.
  • I love my books like members of my family but boy, did I curse them as I lugged them up five flights of stairs.
  • If a mother refers to her period as ‘the curse ,’ her daughter might take away a negative impression of the whole experience.
  • ‘Bite me,’ I said, because it was the closest thing to a curse word I knew how to say.
  • Someone or something put a curse on Edmund that followed his family to the New World and took root in Dudleytown.
  • He says that some witches put a curse on his youngest daughter, causing her to have bad headaches.
  • Privately, he agreed with the view of the government that inflation was a curse and a burden on ordinary workers.
  • The pill is the latest attempt by pharmaceutical companies to tackle a problem labelled the curse of the 21st century - social awkwardness.
  • impatience is the curse of our day and age
  • You should ask only for protection from someone who has ill will toward you, and never put a curse on him; he's cursing himself with his own behavior.
  • Too many communities in East Lancashire suffer from the curse of juvenile nuisance and much of it is caused and worsened by under-age drinking.
  • The cast put a curse on him, and two days later he was dead.
  • The problem, which is a blessing and a curse , is that this industry has an abundance of relatively young and inexperienced trailblazers.
  • Isis put a curse on this top floor so normally I can't come up here.
  • I wanted to curse them for nearly destroying my family.
  • To seal my parents promise that I would become a pirate, Joe put a curse on me.
  • Wouldn't you like someday to put a curse on the whole race of dogs?
  • There is a gasp at such a strong curse word and parents clap their hands over the ears of their children as even worse is shouted by the mayor's wife.
  • at every blow there was a curse
  • One can curse the darkness or look into the candlelight for hope.
  • They judged every hybrid from then forth as a curse and a danger to be destroyed.
  • I am thinking here of journalists, but more commonly of activists for whom the European or North American identity he or she was born with is a burden if not a curse .
  • It was also, in other words, the curse of the national interest.
  • But for five years he went into a colossal sulk, blaming his problems on ‘the curse of being lower middle class’ and refusing to give interviews.