sickened Meaning in Bengali
পীড়িত করান, পীড়িত হত্তয়া, বমনেচ্ছা বোধ করা,
বমনেচ্ছা বোধ করা, পীড়িত হত্তয়া, পীড়িত করান,
sickened's Usage Examples:
In January 2015, over 40 people were reportedly sickened after eating a holiday bread called Rosca de reyes purchased at a bakery.
coli O157:H7 in lettuce sickened at least 61 people in Illinois, Connecticut and New York in May and June 1996.
Salmonella sickened 38 people and killed.
conference, seventy Moscone Center staff members and three attendees were sickened by an outbreak of norovirus.
of them; the lad caught the plague and gave it to them, and all three sickened and died.
coli bacterium, which ultimately killed a 16-month-old girl and sickened 66 people.
journey through a deserted country exhausted the expedition's supplies and sickened the soldiers so as to make Erentei halt the march in Dam near the Salween.
travelled the world seeking greater knowledge of the occult but became sickened by what he learned and renounced this knowledge.
that recounts the life of Ricky Bell, a Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back sickened with dermatomyositis, and Ryan Blankenship, a physically impaired child.
coli O121 in 2013 sickened 24 people in 15 states according to a statement released by the CDC.
Plant as we would, the trees sickened and died.
Severe acute respiratory syndrome killed 262 and sickened over 1,700 in Hong Kong during that time period.
coli O157:H7 sickened many children and killed one.
An ammonia leak at Horlivka chemical plant has killed five people and sickened more than 20.
The anthrax attacks also killed four others in the United States and sickened seventeen others.
"Three dead, 30 sickened after eating turtle meat in Mwali, Comoros islands".
lists 312 individuals who were burnt or hanged for their faith, or died or sickened in prison.
perfringens caused three individuals to die, and another 22 to be sickened, after a Thanksgiving luncheon hosted by a church in Antioch, California.
repulse; scandalise; churn up; disgust; repel; revolt; appal; outrage; appall; shock; offend; nauseate; scandalize;
stay; end; sell; lose; attract;