Afoot meanings in Urdu

Afoot meanings in Urdu are چلتا, پیاد, پا پیدل, پیدل, پیروں, پاؤں پاؤں Afoot in Urdu. More meanings of afoot, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

چلتا پیاد پا پیدل پیدل پیروں پاؤں پاؤں

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Afoot Definitions

Please find 3 English and definitions related to the word Afoot.

  • (adverb) : on foot; walking
  • (adjective satellite) : currently in progress
  • (adjective satellite) : traveling by foot

Idioms related to the meaning of Afoot

Englishاردو
Ride and tieپیدل چلنا
A good horseman wants a good spureاچھے سوار کا بھی ایڑ لگاۓ بنا کام نہیں چلتا
All fail where faith failsاعتبار بغیر کام نہیں چلتا
An examined enterprise goes on boldlyسوچا سمجھا کام ٹھیک طرح چلتا ہے
Bare words buy no barleyخالی باتوں سے کام نہیں چلتا
Empty words buy no barleyخالی باتوں سے کام نہیں چلتا
Borrowed cats catch no miceمانگے ہوۓ اوزاروں سے کام نہیں چلتا
Death alone reveals how insignificant are the paltry bodies of menموت سے ہی پتہ چلتا ہے کہ انسان کتنا حقیر ہے
Goods words and no deedsصرف میٹھی باتیں بنانے سے کام نہیں چلتا
Hand washes hand and finger fingerایک دُوسرے کی مدد کے بغیر کام نہیں چلتا
He that looks not before finds himself behindجو دیکھ کر نہیں چلتا ٹھوکر کھاتا ہے
Hear god and god will hear youجو ٹھیک راستے پر چلتا ہے اللہ اس کی ضرور مدد کرتا ہے
His own desire leads every manانسان اپنی ہی مرضی پر چلتا ہے
In motionچلتا ہوا
In too much disputing truth is lostلمبی چوڑی بحث میں اصلی بات کا پتہ نہیں چلتا
Lies hunt in packsجھوٹ کا لشکر چلتا ہے
Life is half spent before we know what it isزندگی گزر جاتی ہے اور یہ پتہ نہیں چلتا کہ اس کا راز کیا ہے
Little thieves we hang great ones we let go freeچھوٹوں کو قصور کی سزا ملتی ہے لیکن بڑوں پر کسی کا بس نہیں چلتا
Money is the sinews of love as well as of warزر کے بغیر نہ لڑائی میں کام چلتا ہے اور نہ محبت میں
Reason governs the wise man and cudgels the foolعقلمند عقل سے اور بیوقوف لاٹھی سے چلتا ہے
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What are the meanings of Afoot in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Afoot in Urdu are پیروں - paeron, پاؤں پاؤں, چلتا - chalta and پیدل - paedal. To understand how would you translate the word Afoot in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Afoot or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Afoot synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Afoot. 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 Afoot in a sentence. If you have trouble reading in Urdu we have also provided these meanings in Roman Urdu.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What do you mean by afoot?

Meanings of afoot are پیروں - paeron, پاؤں پاؤں, چلتا - chalta and پیدل - paedal

Whats the definition of afoot?

Definition of the afoot are

  • on foot; walking
  • currently in progress
  • traveling by foot

What is the synonym of afoot?

Synonym of word afoot are footslogs, footles, on foot, splay footed, way faring, living, agoing, by walk, pedestrian, pawn

What are the idioms related to afoot?

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

  • Ride and tie
  • A good horseman wants a good spure
  • All fail where faith fails
  • An examined enterprise goes on boldly
  • Bare words buy no barley