Obliged meanings in Urdu
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- (adjective satellite) : under a moral obligation to do something
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زدہدین داربے تابخوشپابندزچمجروحمجبورمشکورشکر گزارقرض دارمشکل پسندقناعت پسندبندھا ہواناچاربے کلمعذورخوشگوارشرمندہناتواںمستعفیآسودہ خاطرمقیدعاریبے آرامنااہلمظلومبے کاربے طاقتاعلی اور خشکقانعشکرگزارزیر بارپابہ گلآزردہظرفلاچاربے سر و پاماراقانع ہونااحسان مندپرافشاںمنت کشپریشان کنمضمونقیدبے بسبے قرارجبراً بھرتی کیا ہواشریفانہ ...
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What are the meanings of Obliged in Urdu?
Meanings of the word Obliged in Urdu are شاکر - shaakir, مجبور - majbuur, احسان مند - ehsaan mand and ممنون - mamnuun. To understand how would you translate the word Obliged in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Obliged or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Obliged synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Obliged. 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 Obliged 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 obliged?
Meanings of obliged are شاکر - shaakir, مجبور - majbuur, احسان مند - ehsaan mand and ممنون - mamnuun
Whats the definition of obliged?
Definition of the obliged are
- under a moral obligation to do something
What is the synonym of obliged?
Synonym of word obliged are grateful, powerless, borable, high and dry, favourless, helpless, favorless, feckless, well favoured, embarrassed
What are the idioms related to obliged?
Here are the idioms that are related to the word obliged.
- He ought to remember favours on whom they are conferred he who has conferred them ought not bring them to mind
- He ought to remember favours on whom they are conferred; he who has conferred them ought not bring them to mind
- One man can lead a horse to the water but twenty cannot make him drink water
- Pain forces even the innocent to lie
- Three things drive a man out of his house smoke rain a bad wife
What are the quotes with word obliged?
Here are the quotes with the word obliged in them
- I may be kindly, I am ordinarily gentle, but in my line of business I am obliged to will terribly what I will at all. — Catherine the Great
- An Army is a collection of armed men obliged to obey one man. Every change in the rules which impairs the principle weakens the army. — William Tecumseh Sherman
- In the attempt to defeat death man has been inevitably obliged to defeat life, for the two are inextricably related. Life moves on to death, and to deny one is to deny the other. — Henry Miller
- When I was on a major label I felt obliged to say yes to every interview, tour and whatever else. The label is always telling you, 'This ain't going to last,' so I worked myself half to death. I learnt from that and I like to pace myself now. — Adam Ant