Most common Hindi sentences

  1. Bring it to his notice. – Baat uske kaan me daal do.
  2. He was tired of running about. Daudte – daudte panv ghis gye.
  3. At the most he might have a thousand rupees on him – bahut hoga hazar rupaye uske pass hoga.
  4. I could see through the matter. – Main vanp gya.
  5. I spoke him quite a lot but he could not budge – Maine usey bahut kuchh kaha, lekin wo tas-se-mas nhi hua.
  6. I dropped in casually – Mai vayse hi chala gya.
  7. Whom do you suspect – Tumhara shaq kis per hai.
  8. Don’t put me to shame – Mujhe sharminda mat kaoro.
  9. I am ashamed of my behavior – Mai apne vyawahar se sharminda hun.
  10. I am ashamed of myself – Mujhe apne-aap per sharm aati hai.
  11. This dictatorship will not do – Yeh tanashahi nhi chalegi.
  12. I have a grievance against him – Mujhe us-sey shikayat hai.
  13. It’s a good begining – Shuruaat achhi hui hai.
  14. Try a little self-control – Zra sanyam se kaam lo.
  15. Go if you can – Ja sakte ho to jao.
  16. I have a lot to talk about – Mujhe bahut c batein karni hai.
  17. He is serving his own ends – Wo apna ulloo sidha kar rha hai.
  18. Why are you shouting at the top of your voice – Gla fad ker q chilla rhe ho.
  19. Will this coin pss – Kya yeh sikka chalega.
  20. Today my head was hung in shame – Aaz sharm se mera sir jhuk gya.
  21. The boy has gone out of control – Ladka hath se nikal gya hai.
  22. Just think it over – Zra soch lo.
  23. Today he has come out in his true colors – Aaz uska asli rup samne aaya hai.
  24. It will benifit none – Is sey kisi ka hit nhi hoga.
  25. Finalise your account – Hisab kar lo.
  26. Don’t take it as a child’s play – Isey majak me mat lo.
  27. The book sold like hot cakes – Kitab hatho-hath bik gyi.
  28. There was an all round cry for water – Pani k liye ha-hakar macha hua tha.
  29. I was over joyed – Mera dil baag-baag ho gya.
  30. It’s a strage thing – Yeh ajib baat hai.
  31. It’s a matter of sorrow – Yeh dukh ki baat hai.
  32. I’m a man of word – Mai baat ka pakka hun.
  33. The terms were settled/finalised – Baat pakki ho gyi.
  34. I don’t like tall talks – Mujhe lambi-chaudi batein psand nhi.
  35. It has to be done – Isey karna hi hoga.
  36. Hurry up, otherwise you will miss the train – Jaldee karo nhi to gadi chhut jayegi.
  37. He has a mild fever – Usey halka-halka bukhar hai.
  38. You are glutton – Tum pettoo ho.
  39. What is done, is done – Jo ho gya so ho gya.
  40. Which date falls on Sunday – Ravivar ko kon c tarikh hai.
  41. He became a bankrupt – Uska diwala nikal gya.
  42. The motor-car turned turtle – Motor-gadi ulat gyi.
  43. Let us see where he stands – Dekhein wah kitne pani me hai.
  44. This doesn’t behove you – Yeh tumhe sobha nhi deta.
  45. My mind is reeling – Mera sir chakkar kha rha hai.
  46. I wish your well –  Mai tumhara hit chahta hoon.
  47. Your have not match- Aapka koi jawab nhi hai.
  48. In what capacity are you talking to me- Aap kis haysiyat se mujhse bat kar rhe hain.
  49. He looks rather puzzled – Wah ghabraya sa lagta hai.
  50. 50.  I’ll move heaven and earth – Mai aakash-paataal ek kar dunga.
  51. I taught him/her a lesson – Maine usey maza chakha diya.
  52. You won’t be able to deal with him – Tum us-sey par nhi paoge.
  53. He assumes air – Wah apne aap ko kuchh samajhta hai.
  54. She crushed/frustrated my hopes – Usne meri umeedon ko raond diya.
  55. We’ll break but not bend – Hum mar mitenge per jhukenge nhi.
  56. Every moment weighted heavily on him –  Usey ek-ek pal bhari pada.
  57. You must stop playing the tail – Aapko puchh-laggu hona aavasya chhorna chahiye.
  58. Now (Sometimes) he laughs now (Sometimes) he cries – Kabhi wo hasta hai kabhi wo rota hai.
  59. The sky turned redder and redder – Aasman raal hota chala gya.
  60. It is beyond me – Yeh mere vash ki baat nhi hai.
  61. I gave him/her a good retort – Maine usey muh-tod jawab diya.
  62. How is he related to you – Wah tumhara kaun lagta hai.
  63. I’ll cut you down to size – Mai avi tumhari sari masti jhad dunga.
  64. God alone known the future – Aage ki Ram jane.
  65. I’ll deal with one and all – Main ek-ek ko dekh lunga.
  66. Treat it, as your own – Isey apna hi samjho.
  67. He came of his own – Wah apne-aap aaya.
  68. Come someday or the other – Kisi din aa jana.
  69. He can’t move about – Wah chal-fir nhi sakta.
  70. It’s a sin to be too good/simple – Jyada sidha hona nhi paap hai.
  71. This is the only shortcoming in him – Usme yehi to kami hai.
  72. He has made my life hell – Usne meri zindagi narq bana di hai.
  73. This has hurt/offended me – Yah baat mujhe khal gyi.
  74. My blood is boiling – Mera khoon khaol rha hai.
  75. Don’t mislead me – Mujhe charao mat.
  76. Come what my – Chahe jo ho.
  77. The train was missed – Train chhut gyi.
  78. Leave it to me – Yeh mujhe per chhor do.
  79. I have opened my heart to her – Maine usey apne man ki baat keh di.
  80. What’s your worth – Tum kis khet k muli ho.
  81. In what capacity are you talking to me – Tum kis haysiyat se mujhse baat kar rhe ho.
  82. When were you admitted – Aapne apna naam kab likhwaya.
  83. Patiency pays – Sabr ka fal mitha hota hai.
  84. He weard a sad look – Uske chehre se udasi jhalakti hai.
  85. You are no match to him – Tum uske saamne tik nhi sakte.
  86. Fashion spreads by blind imitation – Fashion to dekha-dekhi badhta hai.
  87. He is a brainless fellow – Uske dimag me bhunsa bhara hai.
  88. You, rather than I should go – Main nhi, Balki aap jayein.
  89. He is reduced to a skeleton – Wah sukh ker kanta ho gya hai.
  90. Milk has turned sour – Dudh fat gya hai.
  91. This much won’t suffice – Itne se poora nhi padega.
  92. What are you at – Tum kis fer me ho.
  93. I can’t do without you – Aapke bina mera kaam nhi chal sakta.
  94. I don’t feel at home there – Mera wahan man nhi lagta.
  95. What, after all, is the matter – aakhir maamla kya hai.
  96. The matter is complicated – Maamla sangin hai.
  97. With what face shall I go – Kya muh leker jaun.
  98. How did you like this book – Yeh kitab aapko kaisi lagi.
  99. He has not the nerve to face me – Uski majal nhi jo mera saamna kare.
  100. I’m in no hurry to go – Mujhe jane ki koi jaldee nhi hai.
  101. Your ways of doing are a mystery to me – Tumhari leela humari smajh me nhi aati.
  102. The tree is bearing fruit – Wriksh me fal lage hain.
  103. There is modesty in her eyes – Uski aankho me lazza hai.
  104. He is mischievous to the core – Uski nas-nas me shara-ret bhari hai.
  105. Sher lowered her eyes – Usne apni nazrein jhuka li.
  106. His-her nose is running – Uski naak bah rhi hai.
  107. What sort of a person is her –  Wah kaise aadmi hai.
  108. He can’t look me in the eye –  Wah mujhse aakhen nhi mila sakta.
  109. You are god in human form – Aap to sakshat bhagwan hain.
  110. The house appears deserted today – Aaz gher suuna lag rha hai.
  111. I’m not on speaking terms with him – Meri us-seu bol chal nhi hai.
  112. How do I look in this coat – Main is coat me kaisa lagta hun.
  113. What will it cost, in your opinion – Iski keemat kya lagate ho.
  114. The matter took a serious turn – Baat bahut bigad gyi hai.
  115. He has let out his house – Usne apna makaan kiraye per laga diya hai.
  116. Why have you created a scene – Kyon tamasha laga rkha hai.
  117. Don’t strain your eyes – Aankho per zor mat dalo.
  118. Nothing can be worse – Is-sey bura aur kya ho sakta hai.
  119. His/her hands and feet were numb – Uske hath pair sunn ho gye.
  120. He is one in a hundred – Wah saikdo me ek hai.
  121. What is the harm in telling the truth – Sach bolne me nuksan kya hai.
  122. Go away and mind your own business – Apna rasta napo.
  123. He is proud of his purse – Usey rupaye ki garmi hai.
  124. I feel like weeping/crying – Muje rona aata hai.
  125. There was lusture on her face – Uske chehre per raonak thi.
  126. There is no check on his tongue – Uske muh me koi lagam nhi hai.
  127. A crowd gatheredin a few seconds – pal bher me bhid lag gyi.
  128. I know e\very inch of it – Mai iske nas-nas se wakif hun.
  129. How much do I owe you – Aapka kitna paia mere yehan mere yehan baki hai.
  130. He owes the shopkeepers fifty rupees – Dukandaar k fifty rupees uske pass hain.
  131. The examination is on my mind – Imtahan mere sir per sawar hai.
  132. He has nasal accent – Wah naak se bolta hai.
  133. All worship the rising Sun – Ugte huey suraj ko sab namaskar karte hain.
  134. Will you now beat him to death – Kya ab tum usey jan se maroge.
  135. He will not refain from speaking out – Wah bolne se baaz nhi aayega.
  136. The crease is formed on the cloth – Kapde me sikudan pad gyi.
  137. A thorn ran into cloth – Kanta pair me chuv gya.
  138. His words have weight – Uski baton me dum hai.
  139. This custom still exist – Yeh pratha aaz bhi wartman hai.

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