Guilty meanings in Urdu

Guilty meanings in Urdu are گنہگار, دوکھی, قصور وار, فاسد, اپرادھی, مجرم, ملزم, پاپی, گناہگار, مرتکب, خطا کار, تقصیر وار, عاصی Guilty in Urdu. More meanings of guilty, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

گنہگار دوکھی قصور وار فاسد اپرادھی مجرم ملزم پاپی گناہگار مرتکب خطا کار تقصیر وار عاصی

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Guilty Definitions

Please find 2 English and definitions related to the word Guilty.

  • (adjective satellite) : showing a sense of guilt
  • (adjective) : responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act

More words from Urdu related to Guilty

View an extensive list of words below that are related to the meanings of the word Guilty meanings in Urdu in Urdu.

مُجرم ٹھرانابد ذاتآتش خوارمُخربتماش بینناخلفقائمبَد قِماشوں کی طرَحقابل ملامتقابل نفرتخطا واربازروگیمہلکتباہآوارہگنہگارگردن کشمعاہدہبدنمَک حَرامغیر حاضرمدعا الیہابگاڑنافاحشبے دینقصور وارباؤ ڈنڈیسرتابچشمے کی طرح نہ بہنے والابداندیشقابل اعتراضگھناوناکچالیمرتکبمریضحملہ آوربٹا لگانابانکاان آگیا کاریکینہ ورناکارہمکروہمُجرِمنادہندہمجرمضعیفذلیلکھوٹانہایت شریر ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Guilty

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The fault is as great as he that is faultyخطا کی بڑائی چھوٹائی خطا کار پر ہے
He who protects a guilty person is preparing a crime against himselfگناہگار کو بچانا گویا خود گناہگار بننا ہے
He invites guilt who overlooks crimeجو کِسی جُرم کو نظر انداز کرتا ہے وہ خود ہی قصور وار سمجھا جاتا ہے
The judgement of men is fallibleفہم انسانی خطا کار ہے
He that hath right fears he that hath wrong hopesنیک اللہ سے ڈرتے ہیں اور گنہگار اس کی رحمت کے اُمیدوار ہیں
He that hath right fears; he that hath wrong hopesنیک اللہ سے ڈرتے ہیں اور گنہگار اس کی رحمت کے اُمیدوار ہیں
The faulty stands on the guardمجرم کو ہر وقت کھٹکا لگا رہتا ہے
If what you do is disgraceful what matters it that no one knows when you yourself knowاتنا ہی کافی ہے کہ تم بدی کے مرتکب ہوۓ خواہ اور کسی کو معلوم ہو یا نہ ہو
The first faults are theirs that permit them the second faults are theirs that commit themپہلا قصور اس کا جو اجازت دے دوسرا اس کا جو قصور کا مرتکب ہو
A single sinner sinks the boatایک پاپی بیڑے کو ڈبو دیتا ہے
Evil gotten evil spentپاپی کا مال اکارت جائے
Guilt is always jealousپاپی کو ہر وقت ڈر لگا رہتا ہے
He that hinders not a mischief is guilty of itجو دوسرے کو گناہ سے نہ روکے وہ خود گناہگار
The offender never pardonsگناہگار کبھی بھی معاف نہیں کرتا

What are the meanings of Guilty in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Guilty in Urdu are پاپی - paapi, قصور وار - qusuur waar, مجرم - mujrim, مرتکب - murtakib, خطا کار - khata kaar, فاسد - faasid, ملزم - mulzim, عاصی - aasi, گناہگار - gunaah gaar, گنہگار - Gunehgaar and اپرادھی - Upraadhi. To understand how would you translate the word Guilty in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Guilty or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Guilty synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Guilty. 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 Guilty 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 guilty?

Meanings of guilty are پاپی - paapi, قصور وار - qusuur waar, مجرم - mujrim, مرتکب - murtakib, خطا کار - khata kaar, فاسد - faasid, ملزم - mulzim, عاصی - aasi, گناہگار - gunaah gaar, گنہگار - Gunehgaar and اپرادھی - Upraadhi

Whats the definition of guilty?

Definition of the guilty are

  • showing a sense of guilt
  • responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act

What is the synonym of guilty?

Synonym of word guilty are criminal, misdoer, culpable, committing, criminalist, sinner, culprit, peccant, criber, abominable

What are the idioms with the word guilty?

Here are the idioms with the word guilty in them.

  • A guilty conscience needs no accuser
  • A guilty conscience needs no accusers
  • He that hinders not a mischief is guilty of it
  • He who protects a guilty person is preparing a crime against himself

What are the idioms related to guilty?

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

  • The fault is as great as he that is faulty
  • He who protects a guilty person is preparing a crime against himself
  • He invites guilt who overlooks crime
  • The judgement of men is fallible
  • He that hath right fears he that hath wrong hopes

What are the quotes with word guilty?

Here are the quotes with the word guilty in them

  • Youth cannot know how age thinks and feels. But old men are guilty if they forget what it was to be young. — J.K.Rowling
  • When you're a stay-at-home mother you have to pretend it's really boring, but it's not. It's enriching and fulfilling, and an amazing experience. And then when you're a working mother you have to pretend that you feel guilty all day long. — Amy Poehler
  • A guilty conscience needs to confess. A work of art is a confession. — Albert Camus
  • Sadly, we do a much better job of making people feel guilty than we do of delivering them from the guilt we create. We need to confess this and change our ways. — Tony Campolo