Damp meanings in Urdu

Damp meanings in Urdu are نم, گیلا, مرطوب کرنا, سیل یا نمی دینا, سیلا کرنا, نم کرنا, مرکونا, ذرا تر یا گیلا کرنا, نم ناک, سیلا Damp in Urdu. More meanings of damp, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

نم گیلا مرطوب کرنا سیل یا نمی دینا سیلا کرنا نم کرنا مرکونا ذرا تر یا گیلا کرنا نم ناک سیلا

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Rhyme to deathناک میں دم کرنا
Evil companion brings much woeبُری صحبَت میں بیٹھ کر کٹائے ناک اور کان
Save appearancesناک رکھنا
To try one fortuncپھر خطر ناک قدم اٹھانا
To try ones fortuncپھر خطر ناک قدم اٹھانا
Uncanny and eerieوشت ناک اور آسیب زدہ
An unhappy man's cart is sure to trumbleمُفلسی میں آٹا گیلا
Misfortunes do not come singleمفلسی میں آٹا گیلا
Wet outپورا گیلا ہونا
A foult once denied is twice committedقصور کر کے ایک بار انکار کرنا گویا دوسری بار قصور کرنا ہے
A promise attended to is a debt settleوعدہ پورا کرنا اسیا جیسے قرض ادا کرنا
Always to excel and to be superior to othersہمیشہ ترقی کرنا اور دوسروں پر سبقت لے جانے کی کوشش کرنا انسان کا فرض ہے
Cudgel one's brainsدماغ سوزی کرنا۔ غوروفکر کرنا
Fly in the face ofمحالفت کرنا بے عزتی کرنا
From a choleric man withdraw a little from him that says nothing for everجو شخص غُصہ ور ہو اس سے پرہیز کرنا ہی بہتر ہے لیکن جو شخص زبان پر قفل لگاۓ رکھے اس کا ہر گز اعتبار نہ کرنا نہ ہی کوئی واسطہ رکھنا
From a choleric man withdraw a little; from him that says nothing for everجو شخص غُصہ ور ہو اس سے پرہیز کرنا ہی بہتر ہے لیکن جو شخص زبان پر قفل لگاۓ رکھے اس کا ہر گز اعتبار نہ کرنا نہ ہی کوئی واسطہ رکھنا
Get a move onجلدی کرنا ترقی کرنا
Hang onچمٹنا لمبا کرنا انتظار کرنا
Hang outنمائش کرنا ظاہر کرنا
Hang upمعطل کرنا طویل کرنا
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What are the meanings of Damp in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Damp in Urdu are نم - nam, نم کرنا - nam karna, گیلا - giila, نم ناک - nam naak, سیلا - siila and سیلا کرنا - siila karna. To understand how would you translate the word Damp in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Damp or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Damp synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Damp. 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 Damp 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 damp?

Meanings of damp are نم - nam, نم کرنا - nam karna, گیلا - giila, نم ناک - nam naak, سیلا - siila and سیلا کرنا - siila karna

Whats the definition of damp?

Definition of the damp are

What is the synonym of damp?

Synonym of word damp are slobbery, dampened, madefy, muggy, damped, imbrue, nim, humify, moist, damply

What are the idioms related to damp?

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

  • Rhyme to death
  • Evil companion brings much woe
  • Save appearances
  • To try one fortunc
  • To try ones fortunc

What are the quotes with word damp?

Here is the quote with the word damp in them

  • There is a sort of jealousy which needs very little fire it is hardly a passion, but a blight bred in the cloudy, damp despondency of uneasy egoism. — George Eliot