Merit meanings in Urdu

Merit meanings in Urdu are لائق بننا, حیثیت, عمدگی, خوبی, وصف, لائق ہونا, قدر, توصیف, لیاقت, اہلیت, اچھائ Merit in Urdu. More meanings of merit, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

لائق بننا حیثیت عمدگی خوبی وصف لائق ہونا قدر توصیف لیاقت اہلیت اچھائ

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Merit Definitions

Please find 3 English and definitions related to the word Merit.

  • (noun) : any admirable quality or attribute
  • (verb) : be worthy or deserving
  • (noun) : the quality of being deserving (e.g., deserving assistance)

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قیامدرشنکارکردگیکاری گریاِنجام دہیسنوار ناافادہپہنچذہنی قُوّتچڑھانابچار کرناعظمت حرمتنوبتباتاجلا پنترقیکھاتاعِزَّتآبروشفقتمنصبظاہر داریموافقتشانفضیلتمالی حیثیتثنامعیارصلاحیتبہارداماستعدادمادہزیادہ اہم ہوناہنراہمیتاچھائجزاحسنحَمد و ثَناجوڑاحترامصلاحباور کرناپشتی کرنافوقیترضاجاآدروعدہ پورا کرنا ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Merit

Englishاردو
Meed is strongلیاقت کی قدر آخر کار ہو کر رہتی ہے لیاقت میں زور ہے
He that measures not himself is measureجو شخص اپنی حیثیت کو سمجھ کر اپنے آپ کو روک نہیں رکھتا ہے اس کو دوسرے اس کی حیثیت سے آگاہ کرتے ہیں
Good headوصف
Better be born lucky than wiseعقل کی قدر نہیں دولت کی قدر ہے
An ounce of vanity spoils a hundred weight of meritغرور لیاقت کو چھپا لیتا ہے
Desert and reward seldom keep companyلیاقت والوں کو ہمیشہ ہی انعام نہیں ملتا
Indolent ability hardly ever raises itself out of narrow fortuneلیاقت کو کاہلی اُبھرنے نہیں دیتی
Worth no lies in what a man is worth property gives honours property brings friendships everywhere the poor man is down troddenاب لیاقت کا معیار صرف دولت ہے دولت ہی سے عزت ملتی ہے اور دولت ہی سے دوست ہر جگہ بیچارہ غریب ہی روندا جاتا ہے
A mouse must not think to cast a shadow like an elephantانسان کو اپنی حیثیت سے باہِر نہیں ہونا چاہیۓ
A needy man is lost when he wishes to limitate a powerful manحیثیت سے باہِر قدم رکھنا مُصیبت کو دعوت دیتا ہے
Better sit still rise and fallحیثیت کے باہر پاوٴں نہ رکھنا ہی اچھا ہے
Hold one's ownاپنی حیثیت قائم رکھنا
Keep yourself in your skinاپنی حیثیت سے بڑھ کر کوئی کام کرنا بُرا ہے
Look not too high lest a chip fall in your eyeجو اپنی حیثیت سے باہر قدم رکھتا ہے نقصان اُٹھاتا ہے
Make not thy tail broader than thy wingsاپنی حیثیت سے باہر قدم نہ نکالو
Neither seek beyond your limitsحیثیت سے باہر قدم رکھنا بُرا ہے
No man can see over his own heightکوئی شخص اپنی حیثیت سے باہر کام نہیں کر سکتا
Sit in your place and none can make you riseاگر اپنی حیثیت کی جگہ بیٹھو گے تو تمہیں کوئی نہیں اُٹھا سکتا
Stretch your arm no further than your arm will reachحیثیت سے باہر قدم مت رکھو
You gazed at the moon and feel into the gutterحیثیت سے بڑھ کر کام کرنے کا انجام ذِلت ہے
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What are the meanings of Merit in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Merit in Urdu are اہلیت - aehliyat, لائق ہونا - laa eq hona, اچھائ - achchhaa i, لیاقت - leyaaqat, خوبی - khuubi, قدر - qadr, لائق بننا - laa eq banna, حیثیت - haesiyat, توصیف - tausiif, وصف - wasf and عمدگی - umdagi. To understand how would you translate the word Merit in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Merit or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Merit synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Merit. 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 Merit 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 merit?

Meanings of merit are اہلیت - aehliyat, لائق ہونا - laa eq hona, اچھائ - achchhaa i, لیاقت - leyaaqat, خوبی - khuubi, قدر - qadr, لائق بننا - laa eq banna, حیثیت - haesiyat, توصیف - tausiif, وصف - wasf and عمدگی - umdagi

Whats the definition of merit?

Definition of the merit are

  • any admirable quality or attribute
  • be worthy or deserving
  • the quality of being deserving (e.g., deserving assistance)

What is the synonym of merit?

Synonym of word merit are eligibility, earn, unknight, efficiency, niceness, outweighs, capaciousness, valure, virtue, capability

What are the idioms with the word merit?

Here are the idioms with the word merit in them.

  • All nobility is lost in him whose only merit is in birth
  • Reputation is often got without merit and lost without crime

What are the idioms related to merit?

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

  • Meed is strong
  • He that measures not himself is measure
  • Good head
  • Better be born lucky than wise
  • An ounce of vanity spoils a hundred weight of merit

What are the quotes with word merit?

Here are the quotes with the word merit in them

  • Certainly the best works, and of greatest merit for the public, have proceeded from the unmarried, or childless men. — Francis Bacon
  • The American culture promotes personal responsibility, the dignity of work, the value of education, the merit of service, devotion to a purpose greater than self, and at the foundation, the pre-eminence of family. — Mitt Romney
  • It wasn't glamorous in my day. In the regions, reporters were seen as such low life that they didn't merit their name in the Radio Times. Now people are interested in being famous. I never gave it a thought. — Kate Adie
  • I won't touch on risky, because that's subjective. People are just afraid of things too much. Afraid of things that don't necessarily merit fear. — Frank Ocean