Harrowed meanings in Urdu

Harrowed meanings in Urdu is سخت Harrowed in Urdu. More meanings of harrowed, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.


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واثقشر باردُشوارپرزوربھر پورکٹھورمتشددمحنت طلبکٹھور کرنادقیقمتینبلوے کاچببھتی ہوئانگشت نمانمجبور کنکشٹجو توبہ نہ کرےآخرمضبوطآزردہجمناظالمضابطقیامتآہن پوشاشدچاقکچّاسخت مزاجپکادرستبے رَحمچوبیکَڑاجوشیلادھندلاسَنگدِلدکھاوٹ والاجاں گدازضدی بناناپیچیدہقویغیرمعمولیجان لیواممتازپتھروں سے پٹا ہوابکٹخیرہٹھوسظالِم ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Harrowed

Never shirk the hardest workسخت سے سخت کام خوشی سے کرنا واجب ہے
One good word can warm three winter monthsشیریں الفاظ سخت سے سخت دِل کو بھی موم کر لیتے ہیں
An unruly patient makes a harsh physicianچِڑچِڑے مریض سے طبیب بھی سخت سلوک کرتا ہے
Burn the midnghi oilروعن نیم شمی جلانا۔ سخت محنت کرنا
Do not be frightened by difficultiesمنزل ہزار سخت ہو ہمّت نہ ہاریے
Go great lengthsسخت کوشش کرنا
Hard and fastسخت
Hard words break no bonesسخت الفاظ کِسی کو کیا نُقصان پہنچا سکتے ہیں
In a thousand pounds of law there is not an ounce of loveقانون میں سخت گیری بے اندازہ محبت عنقا
In the long runسخت کوشش کے بعد
Keep one nose to the grindstoneکسی کو سخت سزا دینا
Little griefs make us tender great ones make us hard and unfeelingتھوڑی تکلیف میں آنسو بڑی تکلیف میں سخت دِلی
Little griefs make us tender; great ones make us hard and unfeelingتھوڑی تکلیف میں آنسو بڑی تکلیف میں سخت دِلی
Necessity is a hard weaponضرورت سخت ہتھیار ہے
Necessity is a violent schoolmistressضرورت سخت اُستاد ہے
Old ovens are soon hotبوڑھے عموماً سخت دِل ہوتے ہیں
Sorrows are dryسب سے سخت رنج و صدمہ وہ ہے جِس میں آنسو نہ بہے
Storms make oaks take deeper rootمصیبت اور زیادہ سخت بنا دیتی ہے
Taxes and gruel will continually grow thickerلگان اور پیچ برابر سخت ہوتے جائیں گے
The way of the cross is the way of the lightاللہ تک پہنچنے کے لیے سخت مصیبتیں اٹھانی پڑتی ہیں
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What are the meanings of Harrowed in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Harrowed in Urdu is سخت - sakht. To understand how would you translate the word Harrowed in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Harrowed or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Harrowed synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Harrowed. 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 Harrowed in a sentence. If you have trouble reading in Urdu we have also provided these meanings in Roman Urdu.

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Meaning of harrowed is سخت - sakht

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Synonym of word harrowed are toilful, callous, tartarous, unbending, mordent, toughening, flinty, tonous, wooden, stied

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

  • Never shirk the hardest work
  • One good word can warm three winter months
  • An unruly patient makes a harsh physician
  • Burn the midnghi oil
  • Do not be frightened by difficulties