Bread meanings in Urdu

Bread meanings in Urdu are ڈبلروٹی, چپاتی, روٹی Bread in Urdu. More meanings of bread, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

ڈبلروٹی چپاتی روٹی

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Bread Definitions

Please find 4 English and definitions related to the word Bread.

  • (noun) : food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
  • (noun) : informal terms for money
  • (verb) : cover with bread crumbs
  • A food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked.

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What are the meanings of Bread in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Bread in Urdu are روٹی - roti and چپاتی - chapaati. To understand how would you translate the word Bread in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Bread or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Bread synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Bread. 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 Bread 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 bread?

Meanings of bread are روٹی - roti and چپاتی - chapaati

Whats the definition of bread?

Definition of the bread are

  • food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
  • informal terms for money
  • cover with bread crumbs
  • A food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked.

What is the synonym of bread?

Synonym of word bread are breads, breadroots, breadnuts, breadnut, breading, chapatis, loafing, flatbread, breadroot, chapati

What are the idioms with the word bread?

Here are the idioms with the word bread in them.

  • A man of many trades begs his bread on sundays
  • Acorns were good till bread was found
  • All bread is not baked in one oven
  • All griefs with bread are less
  • Dry bread at home is better than roast meat abroad

What are the idioms related to bread?

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

  • He that has teeth has no bread he that has bread has not teeth
  • Better fed than taught
  • If a man ever fall all will tread on him
  • Sorrows are lessened when there is bread
  • Sympathy without relief is like mustard without beef

What are the quotes with word bread?

Here are the quotes with the word bread in them

  • Man is a creature who lives not upon bread alone, but primarily by catchwords. — Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Remember, man does not live on bread alone: sometimes he needs a little buttering up. — John C.Maxwell
  • Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God. — Jesus Christ
  • Man cannot live by bread alone he must have peanut butter. — James A.Garfield