Displease meanings in Urdu

Displease meanings in Urdu are آزردہ کرنا, رنجیدہ کرنا, رلانا, دل کھٹا کرنا, بے زار کرنا, دل گیر کرنا, دل بگاڑنا, ناراض کرنا, خفا کرنا, ناخوش کرنا, اداس Displease in Urdu. More meanings of displease, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

آزردہ کرنا رنجیدہ کرنا رلانا دل کھٹا کرنا بے زار کرنا دل گیر کرنا دل بگاڑنا ناراض کرنا خفا کرنا ناخوش کرنا اداس

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Displease Definitions

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  • (verb) : give displeasure to

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سختمصیبتغصے میں آناضررخستہ حال بنانافکر مندکربتنفر کرناخفگیمایوسبھڑکاناشاقغمناکیترش رودردا ناکآزردہ ہوناتکلیف یا دکھ دیناسوگوارناخوشیبے کیفتاریکبرہم کرناچپ چپبدخُوتنگ کرنااشتعال دلاناتکلیف دینامبہمکراہیت کرناضرر دینااچٹاناغصہتیرہخفا کرناجلاناالمناکدرددرشتافسردہزخمی کرناآزردہ دلکراہتبےلطفہیبت ناککم ہمتبھاریروکھاکھکھیڑہلا ڈالنادکھ دینا ...

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What are the meanings of Displease in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Displease in Urdu are آزردہ کرنا, اداس - udaas, ناخوش کرنا - naa khush karna, رنجیدہ کرنا, رلانا - rulaana, دل کھٹا کرنا - dil khatta karna, بے زار کرنا - bey zaar karna, ناراض کرنا - naa raaz karna and خفا کرنا - khafaa karna. To understand how would you translate the word Displease in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Displease or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Displease synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Displease. 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 Displease 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 displease?

Meanings of displease are آزردہ کرنا, اداس - udaas, ناخوش کرنا - naa khush karna, رنجیدہ کرنا, رلانا - rulaana, دل کھٹا کرنا - dil khatta karna, بے زار کرنا - bey zaar karna, ناراض کرنا - naa raaz karna and خفا کرنا - khafaa karna

Whats the definition of displease?

Definition of the displease are

  • give displeasure to

What is the synonym of displease?

Synonym of word displease are aggrieve, hapless, offend, dissatisfy, gloomy, misplease, ghastful, dreary, disgust, dour

What are the idioms with the word displease?

Here are the idioms with the word displease in them.

  • That you may displease no one take care to invite no one

What are the idioms related to displease?

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

  • To jaw

What are the quotes with word displease?

Here are the quotes with the word displease in them

  • That you may retain your self-respect, it is better to displease the people by doing what you know is right, than to temporarily please them by doing what you know is wrong. — William J. H. Boetcker
  • There are few things in which we deceive ourselves more than in the esteem we profess to entertain for our firends. It is little better than a piece of quackery. The truth is, we think of them as we please, that is, as they please or displease us. — William Hazlitt