Oblige meanings in Urdu

Oblige meanings in Urdu are احسان کرنا, دل رکھنا, لازم کرنا, ناگزیر کرنا, اڑانا, ناچار کرنا, پابند کرنا, مجبور کرنا, نوازنا Oblige in Urdu. More meanings of oblige, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

احسان کرنا دل رکھنا لازم کرنا ناگزیر کرنا اڑانا ناچار کرنا پابند کرنا مجبور کرنا نوازنا

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Oblige Definitions

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

  • (verb) : force somebody to do something

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ہیکڑیعمل در آمد کرناچھورپشت پناہی کرناہوگانذردبائے رکھناجکڑ دیناپابجولاں کرنازیرِ اثربند کرنابزور روکنامبدہ الحرکتداس یا غلام بناناپھپھوندی لگانارعایتاحسان کرنابیجا خرچ کرنامجبور کرنازورتابع بناناقوتجیسے قانون کیاورپیٹھ ٹھونکنابنے گافیضزبردست ہونانوازنازَنجِيرمحکومحد کے اندر رکھنازور ڈالناخطُوط قُوَّتحوصلہ افزائی کرنااُوسنالطفایک جگہ یا اکٹھا باندھناپاس داری کرناتابعبندش لگانازبردستیسرحدلاچار کرناناچار کرناٹھکاناحوصلہ افزائ کرناچاہئےشفقتلٹانا ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Oblige

Englishاردو
When you confer a benefit on the worthy you oblige all menمُستحق پر احسان کرنا گویا سب پر احسان کرنا ہے
Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wiseجلدی سونا اور جلدی اُٹھنا انسان کی صحت دولت اور عقل سے نوازنا ہے
He who does not know how to grant a favour has no right to seek oneجو احسان کرنا نہیں جانتا اُس کو احسان کی امید بھی نہیں رکھنی چاہیئے
It is easier to ridicule than to commandمُضحکہ اڑانا آسان بس میں کرنا مشکل
Make a fool ofکسی شخص کا مذاق اڑانا
Make fun ofمذاق اڑانا
Poke one noseٹانگ اڑانا
Poke ones noseٹانگ اڑانا
Hold forthسامنے رکھنا دکھانا عوام کے سامنے رکھنا
A man's folly ought to be his greatest secretعیب کو چھپا کر ہی رکھنا چاہیۓ
A needy man is lost when he wishes to limitate a powerful manحیثیت سے باہِر قدم رکھنا مُصیبت کو دعوت دیتا ہے
A secret is your blood let it out too often and you dieراز کو جان سا عزیز رکھنا چاہیۓ
A woman and glass are even in dangerعورت اور شیشہ حِفاظت میں رکھنا چاہیۓ
An ox in one's tongueخاموشی رکھنا
Better sit still rise and fallحیثیت کے باہر پاوٴں نہ رکھنا ہی اچھا ہے
Die gameآخر تک ہمت برقرار رکھنا
Follow on follow suitدوسرے کا کام جاری رکھنا
Force and paceرفتار تیز رکھنا
From a choleric man withdraw a little from him that says nothing for everجو شخص غُصہ ور ہو اس سے پرہیز کرنا ہی بہتر ہے لیکن جو شخص زبان پر قفل لگاۓ رکھے اس کا ہر گز اعتبار نہ کرنا نہ ہی کوئی واسطہ رکھنا
From a choleric man withdraw a little; from him that says nothing for everجو شخص غُصہ ور ہو اس سے پرہیز کرنا ہی بہتر ہے لیکن جو شخص زبان پر قفل لگاۓ رکھے اس کا ہر گز اعتبار نہ کرنا نہ ہی کوئی واسطہ رکھنا
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What are the meanings of Oblige in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Oblige in Urdu are دل رکھنا - dil rakhna, مجبور کرنا - majbuur karna, لازم کرنا, اڑانا - Urdana, ناچار کرنا, پابند کرنا - paa band karna, نوازنا - nawaazna and احسان کرنا - ehsaan karna. To understand how would you translate the word Oblige in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Oblige or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Oblige synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Oblige. 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 Oblige 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 oblige?

Meanings of oblige are دل رکھنا - dil rakhna, مجبور کرنا - majbuur karna, لازم کرنا, اڑانا - Urdana, ناچار کرنا, پابند کرنا - paa band karna, نوازنا - nawaazna and احسان کرنا - ehsaan karna

Whats the definition of oblige?

Definition of the oblige are

  • force somebody to do something

What is the synonym of oblige?

Synonym of word oblige are encourage, compulsing, must, forcing out, prodigalize, constraining, erudiate, obligate, poising, coerce

What are the idioms with the word oblige?

Here are the idioms with the word oblige in them.

  • When you confer a benefit on the worthy you oblige all men

What are the idioms related to oblige?

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

  • When you confer a benefit on the worthy you oblige all men
  • Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wise
  • He who does not know how to grant a favour has no right to seek one
  • It is easier to ridicule than to command
  • Make a fool of

What are the quotes with word oblige?

Here are the quotes with the word oblige in them

  • The problem is that borrowing money to pay back more borrowed money that will oblige you in the future to borrow even more money doesn't sound kosher. Because it isn't. — John Podhoretz
  • In framing a government which is to be administered by men over men you must first enable the government to control the governed and in the next place oblige it to control itself. — James Madison
  • It is another's fault if he be ungrateful, but it is mine if I do not give. To find one thankful man, I will oblige a great many that are not so. — Lucius Annaeus Seneca

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