HAYWIRE MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

haywire     हयवीरे / हयवीर / ह्यविर
HAYWIRE = ख़राब [pr.{Khharab} ](Noun)
Usage : The borrower would have his commitments to its creditors, suppliers etc. and if these are not met his projections can go haywire.
उदाहरण : डिबग (खराबी दूर करें)
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HAYWIRE = सितारा मछली [pr.{sitara machhali} ](Noun)
उदाहरण : ट्रक और मोटरसाइकिल की दुर्घटना का द्दश्य"hair raising"था.
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HAYWIRE = गड़बड़ [pr.{gaDDabaDD} ](Noun)
उदाहरण : कुछ प्रदेशों में चुनाव के अभियान में hodge podge हुआ
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HAYWIRE = काम न करने की अवस्था [pr.{kam n karane ki avastha} ](adjective)
Usage : ramesh lost his job when his computer went haywire.
उदाहरण : रमेश के कंप्यूटर के काम न करने के कारण उसकी नौकरी चली गयी।
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Definition of Haywire

  • wire for tying up bales of hay
  • informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband balmy"
  • not functioning properly; "something is amiss"; "has gone completely haywire"; "something is wrong with the engine"

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Meaning Summary

Haywire Meanings: ख़राब, सितारा मछली, गड़बड़, काम न करने की अवस्था

Synonym/Similar Words: dotty, loopy, nutty, crackers, loony, batty, cracked, round the bend, loco, whacky, nuts, daft, around the bend, bats, kookie, kooky, bonkers, barmy, awry, wrong, balmy, amiss, fruity, buggy, wacky