Imminent meanings in Urdu

Imminent meanings in Urdu are نازل, سر پر, آنے والا, نزدیک, قریب, سر پر لٹکا, قریب الوقوع, پاس Imminent in Urdu. More meanings of imminent, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

نازل سر پر آنے والا نزدیک قریب سر پر لٹکا قریب الوقوع پاس

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Imminent Definitions

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  • (adjective satellite) : close in time; about to occur

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عنقریبرسائ میںملا ہوااحاطہبہت قریبدرگنجانسختتسلیمآنےوالاالطفاتبیلگ بھگتقریباًاوپر والاسےخفیہدھیانحفاظتوارد و صادرچوکسیسر پر لٹکاغیر مُنفصلناتے دارشرملگ بھگ ہونادوسرالگالگالتفاتبانجیمُحتاطاحترامبلاواسطہپتنکٹکقریبکوئقریب ترینمیںگہراشعارقیدحاضرخبرداریمانناپٹملتا جلتاپگڑیآس پاس ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Imminent

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He that has teeth has no bread he that has bread has not teethجِس کے پاس دانت اس کے پاس روٹی نہیں روٹی والے کے پاس دانت نہیں
Pore out vials of wrathسزا نازل کرنا
Though god take the sun out of the heaven yet we must have patienceبڑی سے بڑی مصیبت نازل ہونے پر بھی صبر و شکر لازم ہے
A day to come shows longer than a year that goneآنے والا دن گزرے ہوے سال سے بھی بڑا نظر آتا ہے
Above one under standingسمجھ سے بالا تر سمجھ میں نہ آنے والا سمجھ سے باہر
Beyond the viewنظر نہ آنے والا
Field of viewاس وقت نظر آنے والا
Led horseنوکر کے کام آنے والا فالتو گھوڑا
Man in the moonکم نظر آنے والا شخص
Go not for every grief to the physician nor for every quarrel to the lawyer nor for every thirst to the potذرا سی تکلیف کے لئے حکیم کے پاس ذرا سے جھگڑے کے لئے وکیل کے پاس اور ذرا سی پیاس کے لیے گھڑے کی طرف نہیں دوڑنا چاہیئے
Old men go to death death comes to young menبوڑھے موت کے پاس جاتے ہیں اور موت جوانوں کے پاس آتی ہے
Poor folks seek meat for their stomachs rich flockstomachs for their meatغریب کو بھوک لگے تو اس کے پاس کھانے کو نہیں امیر کے پاس کھانے کو ہے تو اُسے بھوک کا رونا ہے
Poor folks seek meat for their stomachs rich flocks stomachs for their meatغریب کو بھوک لگے تو اس کے پاس کھانے کو نہیں امیر کے پاس کھانے کو ہے تو اُسے بھوک کا رونا ہے
Seek information the experiencedحکیم کے پاس مت جا تجربہ کے پاس جا
The patient hath more need of the physician than the physician of the patientپیاسا کنویں کے پاس جاتا ہے کنواں پیاسے کے پاس نہیں آتا
When times are prosperous many friends are counted if fortune disappears no friend will be leftجب پاس ہمارے دولت تھی تب یار ہمارے لاکھوں تھے اب پاس ہمارے کچھ نہ رہا تو دوست ہمارا کوئی نہیں
Who chatters to you will chatter of youجو تمہارے پاس دوسروں کی چغلی کھاتا ہے وہ دوسروں کے پاس تمہاری چغلی کرے گا
Choose not a house near an inn or in a cornerسراۓ کے نزدیک یا کونے میں مکان اچھا نہیں
Had likeنزدیک آنا خطرے میں ہونا
In a fair way toکامیابی کے نزدیک
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What are the meanings of Imminent in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Imminent in Urdu are قریب - qariib, پاس - paas, نزدیک - nazdiik, نازل - naazil, سر پر, آنے والا and سر پر لٹکا - sar par latka. To understand how would you translate the word Imminent in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Imminent or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Imminent synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Imminent. 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 Imminent 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 imminent?

Meanings of imminent are قریب - qariib, پاس - paas, نزدیک - nazdiik, نازل - naazil, سر پر, آنے والا and سر پر لٹکا - sar par latka

Whats the definition of imminent?

Definition of the imminent are

  • close in time; about to occur

What is the synonym of imminent?

Synonym of word imminent are closemouthed, nearby, close barred, paas, approximative, ensnaring, near, neighbouring, approximating, possesses

What are the idioms related to imminent?

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

  • He that has teeth has no bread he that has bread has not teeth
  • Pore out vials of wrath
  • Though god take the sun out of the heaven yet we must have patience
  • A day to come shows longer than a year that gone
  • Above one under standing

What are the quotes with word imminent?

Here are the quotes with the word imminent in them

  • Noble life demands a noble architecture for noble uses of noble men. Lack of culture means what it has always meant: ignoble civilization and therefore imminent downfall. — Frank Lloyd Wright
  • To act is to anchor in an imminent future, so imminent it becomes almost tangible to act is to feel you are consubstantial with that future. — Emile M. Cioran
  • There was no imminent threat. This was made up in Texas, announced in January to the Republican leadership that war was going to take place and was going to be good politically. This whole thing was a fraud. — Edward Kennedy
  • The imminent demise of the large record companies as gatekeepers of the world's popular music is a good thing, for the most part. — David Byrne