Frequent meanings in Urdu

Frequent meanings in Urdu are عادی, بار بار آنے والا, بکثرت آنے والا, کثِير الوَقُوع, مُتعَدّد, آمد و رفت رکھنا, آیا جایا کرنا, بار بار یا اکثر جانا, اکثر, اَکثَر اوقات, مُکَرّر, لگا تار Frequent in Urdu. More meanings of frequent, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

عادی بار بار آنے والا بکثرت آنے والا کثِير الوَقُوع مُتعَدّد آمد و رفت رکھنا آیا جایا کرنا بار بار یا اکثر جانا اکثر اَکثَر اوقات مُکَرّر لگا تار

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Frequent Definitions

Please find 3 English and 1 Urdu definitions related to the word Frequent.

  • (verb) : be a regular or frequent visitor to a certain place
  • (adjective satellite) : frequently encountered
  • (adjective) : coming at short intervals or habitually
  • وَقفوں کے ساتھ وَقُوع پَزير ہونے والا

More words from Urdu related to Frequent

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ریت کیغالباًباربارجماعت کثیراکثر اوقاتسوالگا تارڈھیرعادتاً استعمالمعمولانتھکہر گھڑیبیشترلگاتارکثرتبرابربدستورگھنا گھنااکثر کر کےبڑی تعدادعموماًنہایتجبریوافرمستقلرائجعادتبہتیرےزیادہ مدت یا دیر تکسلسلے واربشیشتائیپیہممعمولیبے انتبشیش کر کےکثیربار بارزیادہ سے ز یادہلازمیعادَت کے مُطابِقعادتابا قاعدہتھوڑے تھوڑے وَقفے کے ساتھبار بار آنے والابسیاراورمتسلسلبساما نوسمقرری ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Frequent

Be a sheet in the wind's eyeنشہ کا عادی ہونا
Find one legsعادی ہونا
To fall prey toعادی ہونا
He who is willing to work finds it hard to waitکام کے عادی کو بیکاری نہیں بھاتی
Jitterbugناچ کا عادی
To get into a habitعادی ہو جانا
Use and wontعادی یا عادت ہونا
He that buys what he does not want often sells what he cannot spareبِلا ضرورت چیزیں خریدنے والے کو اکثر ضروریات فروخت کرنی پڑتیں ہیں
He that has the worst cause makes the most noiseجو راستی پر ہوتے ہیں وہ اکثر خاموش رہتے ہیں
He who trusts to the promises of others is often deceivedدوسروں کے وعدوں پر اعتبار کرنے والا اکثر دھوکا کھاتا ہے
Indolence is aften taken for patienceکاہلی پر اکثر اوقات صبر کا دھوکہ ہوتا ہے
Kings and bears oft worry their keepersبادشاہ اور ریچھ اکثر اپنے محافظوں کو دق کرتے ہیں
Off and onاکثر
One has often need of a lesser than one's halfاکثر اپنے سے چھوٹوں سے بھی کام پڑ جاتا ہے
Opportunity is often lost by passingدیر کرنے سے اکثر موقع ہاتھ سے نکل جاتا ہے
People who are too sharp cut their own fingersسیانا کوا اکثر گوہ میں منہ ڈالتا ہے
Pride and poverty are illmet yet often dwell togetherغرور اور مفلسی اگرچہ بے جوڑ ہیں لیکن اکثر اکٹھے رہتے ہیں
Pride perceiving humility honourable aften borroweth her cloakمغرور حلیم طبعی کی عزت ہوتے دیکھ کر اکثر دکھاوے کے لیے حلیم بننے کی کوشش کرتا ہے
Solitude is often the best societyاکثر خلوت ہی جلوت سے بڑھ کر ہوتی ہے
The brow the eyes the countenance very aften deceive us but most often of all the speechچہرے مہرے سے ہم اکثر دھوکہ کھا جاتے ہیں مگر سب سے زیادہ گفتار سے
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What are the meanings of Frequent in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Frequent in Urdu are عادی - aadi, لگا تار - laga taar, اکثر - aksar and بار بار آنے والا. To understand how would you translate the word Frequent in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Frequent or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Frequent synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Frequent. 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 Frequent 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 frequent?

Meanings of frequent are عادی - aadi, لگا تار - laga taar, اکثر - aksar and بار بار آنے والا

Whats the definition of frequent?

Definition of the frequent are

  • be a regular or frequent visitor to a certain place
  • frequently encountered
  • coming at short intervals or habitually
  • وَقفوں کے ساتھ وَقُوع پَزير ہونے والا

What is the synonym of frequent?

Synonym of word frequent are addicted, consecutive, continually, addict, ceaselessly, mostly, accustomed, accustomedness, most, acclimatised

What are the idioms related to frequent?

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

  • Be a sheet in the wind's eye
  • Find one legs
  • To fall prey to
  • He who is willing to work finds it hard to wait
  • Jitterbug

What are the quotes with word frequent?

Here are the quotes with the word frequent in them

  • There is something in the unselfish and self-sacrificing love of a brute, which goes directly to the heart of him who has had frequent occasion to test the paltry friendship and gossamer fidelity of mere Man. — Edgar Allan Poe
  • Myself when young did eagerly frequent doctor and saint, and heard great argument about it and about: but evermore came out by the same door as in I went. — Omar Khayyam
  • I had no books at home. I started to frequent a public library in Lisbon. It was there, with no help except curiosity and the will to learn, that my taste for reading developed and was refined. — Jose Saramago
  • To have frequent recourse to narrative betrays great want of imagination. — Lord Chesterfield