In vain meanings in Urdu
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- (adverb) : to no avail
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مُہمِلدانت کھٹے کرناکم زورآسانریتابے معنیبے مقصدضیاناروابد ذاتسستادنیٰنگوڑااناپ شناپوزن کم کرنابے اثرمجبورفُضُولاپاہجچمکدارخانہ بدوشبیہودہواہیفروغغیر کار آمدبے ادبی سےناحقنرالابے ضرورکم قدرابتربے حسابچر جاناعاجلگل بدنبے ثقلحَقیرنِکَمّاکاٹھ کباڑآوارہبے ثمربے وقتنورزائدبے کاربے معروضپرتوپڑاقبیحکام چور ...
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What are the meanings of In vain in Urdu?
Meanings of the word In vain in Urdu are بے بنیاد - bey bunyaad, فضول - fuzuul, بے فائدہ - bey faa edah, بے کار - bey kaar, سبک - subuk, لاحاصل - laa haasil, بے حقیقت - bey haqiiqat, اکارت - akaarat and رائیگان - raa egaan. To understand how would you translate the word In vain in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to In vain or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered In vain synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word In vain. 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 In vain 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 in vain?
Meanings of in vain are بے بنیاد - bey bunyaad, فضول - fuzuul, بے فائدہ - bey faa edah, بے کار - bey kaar, سبک - subuk, لاحاصل - laa haasil, بے حقیقت - bey haqiiqat, اکارت - akaarat and رائیگان - raa egaan
Whats the definition of in vain?
Definition of the in vain are
- to no avail
What is the synonym of in vain?
Synonym of word in vain are menseless, officiousness, rewardless, unpeppered, basisolute, do nothing, bottomlessness, infrugiferous, volant, rip
What are the idioms with the word in vain?
Here are the idioms with the word in vain in them.
- He labours in vain tries to please all
- It is in vain to seek for a remedy against the lightning
What are the idioms related to in vain?
Here are the idioms that are related to the word in vain.
- Evil gotten evil spent
- Fiddle faddle
- Good for nothing
- No good
- As a matter of fact
What are the quotes with word in vain?
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- When virtue and modesty enlighten her charms, the lustre of a beautiful woman is brighter than the stars of heaven, and the influence of her power it is in vain to resist. — Akhenaton
- Accuracy is, in every case, advantageous to beauty, and just reasoning to delicate sentiment. In vain would we exalt the one by depreciating the other. — David Hume
- Unless man is committed to the belief that all mankind are his brothers, then he labors in vain and hypocritically in the vineyards of equality. — Adam Clayton
- It is in vain to hope to please all alike. Let a man stand with his face in what direction he will, he must necessarily turn his back on one half of the world. — George Dennison Prentice