Absolve meanings in Urdu

Absolve meanings in Urdu are فارغ کرنا, آزاد کرنا, معاف کرنا, چھوڑنا, رہا کرنا, بری کرنا Absolve in Urdu. More meanings of absolve, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

فارغ کرنا آزاد کرنا معاف کرنا چھوڑنا رہا کرنا بری کرنا

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Absolve Definitions

Please find 1 English and definitions related to the word Absolve.

  • (verb) : grant remission of a sin to

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جان بچاناحوالہچھوڑ ديناداغنابار اتارنااجازتشگافعلیحدہ کرنالا ابالی پنپیدا کرناکے بغير کام چلاناگزرنے یا جانے کی اجازت دیناپرہیز کرناپیدا وارفسخ نکاحپاپ کاٹناگَڑھارخصت ہونااَغماض کَرنابیٹھو ایک طرفبخش دینابَخش دیناچھٹیبند کرنامسترد کرنانجات دینابرداشت کرنالاابالی پنمحصولمتروک کرناقلم انداز کرناقانون باطِل کَر دينابیابانکتراناپیسے بھیجناکنارہ کرنانکلنابھار اتارنافرصتروزنچُھڑاناچھوڑناپھلموقوف کر دينارِہا کَرنارہا کرنافائدہ کرنااختتامِ شادیچکاناکھائ ...

What are the meanings of Absolve in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Absolve in Urdu are رہا کرنا - reha karna, معاف کرنا - moaaf karna, چھوڑنا - chhorna, آزاد کرنا - aazaad karna, بری کرنا - bari karna and فارغ کرنا - faarigh karna. To understand how would you translate the word Absolve in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Absolve or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Absolve synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Absolve. If there is a match we also include idioms & quotations that either use this word or its translations in them or use any of the related words in English or Urdu translations. These idioms or quotations can also be taken as a literary example of how to use Absolve in a sentence. If you have trouble reading in Urdu we have also provided these meanings in Roman Urdu.

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What do you mean by absolve?

Meanings of absolve are رہا کرنا - reha karna, معاف کرنا - moaaf karna, چھوڑنا - chhorna, آزاد کرنا - aazaad karna, بری کرنا - bari karna and فارغ کرنا - faarigh karna

Whats the definition of absolve?

Definition of the absolve are

  • grant remission of a sin to

What is the synonym of absolve?

Synonym of word absolve are unbind, remit, waive, disenthrall, render, release, pardon, vent, disengage, relinquish

What are the idioms related to absolve?

Here are the idioms that are related to the word absolve.

  • Let go
  • Walk off
  • Let go
  • Let not poverty part good company
  • Put to ransom

What are the quotes with word absolve?

Here are the quotes with the word absolve in them

  • White shall not neutralize the black, nor good compensate bad in man, absolve him so: life's business being just the terrible choice. — Robert Browning
  • Of course, Third World leaders love you. By ascribing third world ills to First World sins, you absolve them of blame for their countries' failure to advance. — John McCarthy
  • Here's the teaching point, if you're teaching kids about intelligence and policy: Intelligence does not absolve policymakers of responsibility to ask tough questions, and it doesn't absolve them of having curiosity about the consequences of their actions. — George Tenet