Baffled meanings in Urdu
Baffled meanings in Urdu is عاجز Baffled in Urdu. More meanings of baffled, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.
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- (adjective satellite) : perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment
- (noun) : people who are frustrated and perplexed
I was very aware of office politics because I was so baffled by them. So much so goes unsaid. No one says 'you're a cheeky so-and-so,' no one says 'you're so moody,' nobody ever confronts anyone else about anything. But I'm very crass, and I'm very confrontational, and I have a temper. I had to be hyper-vigilant in every office I worked in.
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خاکساری کرنامغلوبمجبورمجبوریحقیر کرنامارنامان جانے والاناقابلپھس پھسافروتنفتح مند ہونازچکم زوریناچیزمغلوب کرنافرو تنمحجوبزارعاجزغلبہ کرناناچارکچاپستتوڑ دیناشکست دیناآزردہناتواںاحقرمسخرعاریمردہمعمولیانکسار کرناغالب ہوناپژ مردہبے طاقتعاجز کرناخاکساراطاعت شعارپابہ گلضعیفنیچاجیتنابے سر و پاناتوانیادنیٰسر کرناضِد نہ کرنے والاقاصرفاتر ...
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What do you mean by baffled?
Meaning of baffled is عاجز - aajiz
Whats the definition of baffled?
Definition of the baffled are
- perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment
- people who are frustrated and perplexed
What is the synonym of baffled?
Synonym of word baffled are overcome, weak, dejected, incapable, submissive, helpless, powerless, imperceptibly, exasperated, lowly
What are the idioms related to baffled?
Here are the idioms that are related to the word baffled.
- Sing another song or tune
- The desperate man all things can
What are the quotes with word baffled?
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- I don't have clear-cut positions. I get baffled by things. I have viewpoints. Sometimes they change. — Annie Lennox
- This is one of those cases in which the imagination is baffled by the facts. — Adam Smith
- I was very aware of office politics because I was so baffled by them. So much so goes unsaid. No one says 'you're a cheeky so-and-so,' no one says 'you're so moody,' nobody ever confronts anyone else about anything. But I'm very crass, and I'm very confrontational, and I have a temper. I had to be hyper-vigilant in every office I worked in. — Denise Mina