Laugh meanings in Urdu

Laugh meanings in Urdu are ٹھٹھا مارنا, ہنسی اڑانا, مضحکہ اڑانا, طنز کرنا, خوش ہونا, کھل کھلانا, بنانا, کسی پر ہنسنا, تمسخر کرنا, خوش طبع ہونا, مسرور ہونا, تضحیک کرنا, ہنسنا Laugh in Urdu. More meanings of laugh, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

ٹھٹھا مارنا ہنسی اڑانا مضحکہ اڑانا طنز کرنا خوش ہونا کھل کھلانا بنانا کسی پر ہنسنا تمسخر کرنا خوش طبع ہونا مسرور ہونا تضحیک کرنا ہنسنا

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Laugh Definitions

Please find 4 English and definitions related to the word Laugh.

  • (noun) : a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter
  • (verb) : produce laughter
  • (noun) : a facial expression characteristic of a person laughing
  • (noun) : the sound of laughing

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سازآگاہ کرنااخلاقی اصلاح کرناطنز کرنااستتیافتاد طبعحکایتدل لگیبولی یاطعنہ مارناکام کرناڈھالنامسرور کرناتیزقائم کرناڈھالآگے بڑھناباغ باغ کردیناتَمَسخَرروپ دیناپیداوارٹھیٹھی مارناطعنہعظمتپرکارروشناس کرنااستادہچڑھافتخاربنتجھوٹ کہناہنسی یا کھلی کرنامنہ چڑاناتصور ہونابندربنیاد رکھناانسباطخاکہ اڑاناگڑھنابسُناقہقہہتضحیک کرناگانٹھنااُتپن کرنامزاجسکھاناایمان پکا کرناہنسی اڑانامگن ہوناہستی میں لاناجھوٹی کہانی ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Laugh

Englishاردو
It is better to be happy than wiseعقلمند ہونے کی نسبت مسرور ہونا بہتر ہے
To make quipsطنز کرنا
Laugh in one sleevesدبی ہنسی ہنسنا
Laugh in ones sleevesدبی ہنسی ہنسنا
Laugh in one's sleeveدبی ہوئی ہنسی ہنسنا
An age builds up cities an hour destroys themبنانا مشکل ہے ڈھانا آسان
An ounce of practice is worth a pound of preachingباتیں بنانا آسان ہے کام کرنا مشکل من بھر وعظ سے توبہ بھر عمل اچھا ہے
Be slow in choosing a friend but slower in changing himنت نئے دوست بنانے کی نسبت دیکھ بھال کر دوست بنانا بہتر ہے
Beat or break the recordریکارڈ توڑنا یا بنانا
Cut a figureنُمایاں حُلیہ بنانا
Feather one's nestاپنا گسر بنانا اپنا فائدہ سوچنا
Forgiven the unrepentant is like making picture on waterجو اپنے کئے پر نادم نہ ہو اس کو معاف کر دینا ایسا ہی ہے جیسا پانی پر نقش بنانا
Gentle craftجوتے بنانا
Grade upبہتر بنانا
To get a chance for rhe betterبہتر بنانا
He cannot be strict in judging who does not wish others to be strict in judging himجیسا انسان خود ہو ویسا ہی دوسروں کو بنانا چاہتا ہے
Hit uponدریافت کرنا بنانا
It is easier to pull down than to buildمکان کو گرانا آسان بنانا مشکل
Knock the bottom out ofبے اثر بنانا
Let women spin not preachعورت کا کام باتیں بنانا نہیں بلکہ کام کرنا ہے
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What are the meanings of Laugh in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Laugh in Urdu are مضحکہ اڑانا - mazhakah uraana, بنانا - banaana, ہنسنا - hansna, مسرور ہونا - masruur hona, طنز کرنا - tanz karna, تضحیک کرنا - tazhiik karna, ٹھٹھا مارنا - thattha maarna, ہنسی اڑانا - hansi uraana, خوش ہونا - khush hona and کھل کھلانا - khil khilaana. To understand how would you translate the word Laugh in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Laugh or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Laugh synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Laugh. 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 Laugh 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 laugh?

Meanings of laugh are مضحکہ اڑانا - mazhakah uraana, بنانا - banaana, ہنسنا - hansna, مسرور ہونا - masruur hona, طنز کرنا - tanz karna, تضحیک کرنا - tazhiik karna, ٹھٹھا مارنا - thattha maarna, ہنسی اڑانا - hansi uraana, خوش ہونا - khush hona and کھل کھلانا - khil khilaana

Whats the definition of laugh?

Definition of the laugh are

  • a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter
  • produce laughter
  • a facial expression characteristic of a person laughing
  • the sound of laughing

What is the synonym of laugh?

Synonym of word laugh are jeer, feign, gaspingly, meaking, fabricate, gaspiness, fabricating, joy, mockish, fable

What are the idioms with the word laugh?

Here are the idioms with the word laugh in them.

  • He that laugh on friday will weep on sunday
  • Knowledge makes one laugh but wealth makes one dance
  • Let those laugh who win
  • Woman laugh when they can and weep when they will

What are the idioms related to laugh?

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

  • It is better to be happy than wise
  • To make quips
  • Laugh in one sleeves
  • Laugh in ones sleeves
  • Laugh in one's sleeve

What are the quotes with word laugh?

Here are the quotes with the word laugh in them

  • Why is it you feel like a dope if you laugh alone, but that's usually how you end up crying? — Chuck Palahniuk
  • We neither laugh alone, nor weep alone, why then should we pray alone? — Anna Letitia Barbauld
  • I was homeless for a little bit. I was on people's couches, but it was an amazing journey. I got to make people laugh all the way. — Sherri Shepherd
  • It's the most amazing cast, a dream cast. We laugh all the time. — Nicole Sullivan