Import meanings in Urdu

Import meanings in Urdu are باہر سے لانا, ملک میں لانا, اہمیت, مطلب, لانا, آمد, درآمد, مال آمدنی, درآمد کرنا, اندر لانا, دوسرے ملک سے لانا Import in Urdu. More meanings of import, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

باہر سے لانا ملک میں لانا اہمیت مطلب لانا آمد درآمد مال آمدنی درآمد کرنا اندر لانا دوسرے ملک سے لانا

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Import Definitions

Please find 1 English and definitions related to the word Import.

  • (verb) : transfer (electronic data) into a database or document

More words from Urdu related to Import

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زور بیانچلنے والاقریب آناخوبیذکر لانابڑ پنروکناآمددورہ لگاناآشاوقعتپیداوارتاسفحسرتخرچصدرعقلآیندہصَدَربونانشانہکھینچ تان کر نکالا ہواخریدقصد کرناصاحب اِملاکسر جھکاناقدرغوررجع کرناملاقاتشوقمنزلتپخ لگاناواسطہخواہش کرنادرج کرناکلانیارادہ کرناتات پرجدیناعمدپُر معنیترکیبوجہموہ ليناباعث حرکتپاس پہنچنامت لگانامرضیعظمت حرمت ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Import

A coward fear can make a coward valiantخوف کے زیر اثر بزدل بھی شجاعت دکھا سکتا ہے تنگ آمد بجنگ آمد
A big noiseاہمیت کا حامل شخص
Among men some are jewels and some are pebblesآدمی آدمی میں انتر کوئی ہیرا کوئی کنکر ہر شخص کے اپنے اعمال ہوتے ہیں جن سے اسکی پہچان ہوتی ہے اگر کوئی کام چور ہے تو اسکی اپنی پہچان ہے اگر کوئی محنتی ہے تو اسکی اپنی ایک اہمیت ہے
Great gunبہت اہمیت کا حامل شخص
Kick or strike the meamکم اہمیت کا ہونا
Make light ofکم اہمیت دینا
Make nothing ofاہمیت نہ دینا
Money salary etc on objectاہمیت نہ ہونا
An ass that carries a load is better than a lion that devours himنکمّے شیر سے کار آمد گدھا اچھا ہے
Better ride an ass that carries us than a horse that throws usکار آمد چیز گھٹیا بھی اچھی
Of useکار آمد
One grain of pepper is worth a cartload of hailکار آمد چیز رتی بھر بھلی بیکار چیز من بھر کس کام کی
Reason is apt to be of more avail than blind forceاندھا دھند زور کی نسبت عقل زیادہ کار آمد چیز ہے
The best metal is iron the best vegetable wheat and the worst animal manلوہا سب سے کار آمد دھات گیہوں سب سے اچھا اناج اور انسان سب سے بُرا جاندار ہے
The candle before lights better than the candle behindآگے کی روشنی سے پیچھے کی روشنی زیادہ کار آمد ہوتی ہے
The sweetest sound is praiseخوشامد ہر کہ خوش آمد
All is fine that is fitجِس چیز سے اپنا مطلب نکلے وہی جائز ہے
Cupboard loveمطلب کی یاری
Everyone bows to the bush that shelters himجِس سے مطلب نکلے یار اُسی کا گن مانا
Everyone fastens where there is gainمطلب کا یار زمانہ
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What are the meanings of Import in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Import in Urdu are آمد - aamad, مطلب - matlab, لانا - laana, اہمیت - aehmiyat, درآمد - dar aamad, درآمد کرنا - dar aamad karna and اندر لانا - andar laana. To understand how would you translate the word Import in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Import or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Import synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Import. 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 Import 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 import?

Meanings of import are آمد - aamad, مطلب - matlab, لانا - laana, اہمیت - aehmiyat, درآمد - dar aamad, درآمد کرنا - dar aamad karna and اندر لانا - andar laana

Whats the definition of import?

Definition of the import are

  • transfer (electronic data) into a database or document

What is the synonym of import?

Synonym of word import are advent, wish, fetch, meaningfulness, lana, sense, bring, main, lanai, produce

What are the idioms related to import?

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

  • A coward fear can make a coward valiant
  • A big noise
  • Among men some are jewels and some are pebbles
  • Great gun
  • Kick or strike the meam

What are the quotes with word import?

Here are the quotes with the word import in them

  • I hate it when people don't recognize the work of women as being universal, or having any import to the world at large, as opposed to men's work, which is generally tends to be seen as more universal - men's writing about their own experience tends to be put in a broader context. — Ani DiFranco
  • Somewhere between 50 to 60 percent of the food you eat has been touched by immigrant hands, and it is fair to say some of them are not here as they should be here. But if you didn't have these folks, you would be spending a lot more - three, four or five times more - for food, or we would have to import food and have all the food security risks. — Tom Vilsack
  • Challenges of historic import threaten America's future. Action on the deficit, economy, energy, health care and much more is imperative, yet our legislative institutions fail to act. Congress must be reformed. — Evan Bayh
  • Hence poetry is something more philosophic and of graver import than history, since its statements are rather of the nature of universals, whereas those of history are singulars. — Aristotle