Amusement meanings in Urdu

Amusement meanings in Urdu are تماشہ, فرح, شغل, فرحت, دل لگی, سیر Amusement in Urdu. More meanings of amusement, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

تماشہ فرح شغل فرحت دل لگی سیر

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Amusement Definitions

Please find 2 English and definitions related to the word Amusement.

  • (noun) : an activity that is diverting and that holds the attention
  • (noun) : a feeling of delight at being entertained

More words from Urdu related to Amusement

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طعنہراضی مطمئنمہمان نوازیتفریحماندہرضاظرافتشادمانی کرناپالاڈلانالہسنمسرور ہوناچینٹہلاناسیریسیر تفریحبہلاوالوکارمحضوذآوارہ گردی کرنازِندہ دِلی کی حالَتہنسی یا کھلی کرناانتہائی خوشیسفرمنظرپھبتیدلشاد ہوناخرید و فروختچہل قدمی کرناخورسندیقبضہٴ اراضیتماشاگیاکباڑیہرزہ گردیٹھٹھولیقانعمہمانوں کا خیر مقدمدل لگی یا کھلی کرناہنسیمحنت کرکے تھکا ہوارغبتبازیعیشتجارتی ادارہراستہلہسن‬زمینداریدوڑ دھوپ ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Amusement

Englishاردو
Show me a liar and i will show thee a thiefتو میرا راز ظاہر کرے گا تو میں تیرا راز ظاہر کر دوں گا تو سیر میں سوا سیر
That city cannot prosper where ox is sold for less than a fishاندھیر نگری چوپٹ راجا ٹکے سیر بھاجی ٹکے سیر کھاجا
The fox knows much but more he that catcheth himسیر کو سوا سیر مل جاتا ہے
To a crafty man a crafty and a halfسیر کو سوا سیر
Change your pleasure but never change your friendsشغل بدل سکتے ہیں لیکن دوست مستقل چاہیئں
After dinner sit a while after supper walk a mileصُبح کے کھانے کے بعد آرام شام کے کھانے کے بعد سیر صحت کے لیے مُفید ہے
After dinner sit a while; after supper walk a mileصُبح کے کھانے کے بعد آرام شام کے کھانے کے بعد سیر صحت کے لیے مُفید ہے
A golden dart kills where it pleasesسونے کی کٹاری جہاں لگی وہاں کاری
As soon as a man is born is begins to dieہے زندگی سے موت برابر لگی ہوئی
Cast jokes atدل لگی کرنا
It's poor friendship that needs to be constantly boughtوہ دوستی خاک جِس کو ذرا سی ٹھیس لگی اور ٹوٹی لعنت ہے ایسی دوستی پر جِس کو ہر وقت خریدنا پڑے
Love destroys modestyلگن لگی تو لاج کیا
Man is fire and woman tow the devil comes and sets them in a blazeمرد آگ ہے اور عورت گویا پھوس شیطان کے آنے کی دیر ہے کہ آگ لگی
When the heart is afire some sparks will fly out at the mouthجب دل پر چوٹ لگی ہوئی ہو تو کچھ نہ کچھ بات منہ سے نکل ہی جاتی ہے
Where love is there is the eyeجس چیز سے محبت ہو آنکھ اسی پر لگی رہتی ہے

What are the meanings of Amusement in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Amusement in Urdu are سیر - saer, شغل - shoghl, تماشہ - tamaashah, دل لگی - dil lagi, فرح - farah and فرحت - farhat. To understand how would you translate the word Amusement in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Amusement or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Amusement synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Amusement. 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 Amusement 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 amusement?

Meanings of amusement are سیر - saer, شغل - shoghl, تماشہ - tamaashah, دل لگی - dil lagi, فرح - farah and فرحت - farhat

Whats the definition of amusement?

Definition of the amusement are

  • an activity that is diverting and that holds the attention
  • a feeling of delight at being entertained

What is the synonym of amusement?

Synonym of word amusement are fun, pasttime, walk, play, yak, disport, occupation, trip, mirthfulness, discursion

What are the idioms related to amusement?

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

  • Show me a liar and i will show thee a thief
  • That city cannot prosper where ox is sold for less than a fish
  • The fox knows much but more he that catcheth him
  • To a crafty man a crafty and a half
  • Change your pleasure but never change your friends

What are the quotes with word amusement?

Here are the quotes with the word amusement in them

  • That's a hobby of mine - to do whatever I can for unusual for-hire creative projects. I am waiting for someone to really challenge me - obviously I'm often approached to do film related work, but I would be very happy to design a bar or an amusement park ride. I would love to be an imagineer! — Roman Coppola
  • My idea of an amusement park story is getting adventurers to go tour environmental disaster areas. After all, if the entire Great Barrier Reef gets killed, which seems like an extremely lively possibility, what are you going to do with all that rotting limestone? — Bruce Sterling
  • At Current, television is all we do - that's our business. We don't have amusement parks I have to worry about, we don't have environmental cases against us, we don't have a series of outdoor-advertising companies. — Keith Olbermann
  • While the laughter of joy is in full harmony with our deeper life, the laughter of amusement should be kept apart from it. The danger is too great of thus learning to look at solemn things in a spirit of mockery, and to seek in them opportunities for exercising wit. — Lewis Carroll