Obsess meanings in Urdu

Obsess meanings in Urdu are خیال وغیرہ کا مسلط ہو جانا, دل میں بس جانا, آسیب, گھیرنا, ستانا, وہم, اندیشہ, قبضہ کرنا Obsess in Urdu. More meanings of obsess, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

خیال وغیرہ کا مسلط ہو جانا دل میں بس جانا آسیب گھیرنا ستانا وہم اندیشہ قبضہ کرنا

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Obsess Definitions

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  • (verb) : be preoccupied with something

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بچارتخویفدھاکحفاظت کرناپریشان کرناضررظلم توڑناخائف ہوناتعلققوت متصورہتیزاب زدہ ہوناباڑمالک ہونابےاعتباریغصہ دلانادق کرناتوجہضبط کر لیناچابی دینااپنے واسطے رکھنا لیناکمر بندخوش وضعلباس وغیرہ میں لپیٹنامضطرب ہوناادراک کرناپھیلناملناخوف زدہ کرنامزاحمتغم کرناسلجھاناقیاس کرناشبہ کرناسنکوچغصہدخیل ہوناسنکٹ یا بپت میں ڈالناوہمکھٹائیظلم کرنارعبہاتھدھوکاابھارناخُدا کا خَوفملفوف کرناہولآسیبمجبور یا مغلوب کرناسہم ...

What are the meanings of Obsess in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Obsess in Urdu are ستانا - sataana, آسیب - aaseyb, اندیشہ - andeyshah, وہم - waehm, گھیرنا - gheyrna and قبضہ کرنا - qabzah karna. To understand how would you translate the word Obsess in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Obsess or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Obsess synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Obsess. 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 Obsess 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 obsess?

Meanings of obsess are ستانا - sataana, آسیب - aaseyb, اندیشہ - andeyshah, وہم - waehm, گھیرنا - gheyrna and قبضہ کرنا - qabzah karna

Whats the definition of obsess?

Definition of the obsess are

  • be preoccupied with something

What is the synonym of obsess?

Synonym of word obsess are discomfort, demon, threat, vex, fantasm, fence, possess, specter, muse, torture

What are the idioms related to obsess?

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

  • Uncanny and eerie
  • Even aesop has no remedy for obsessions
  • Of all pests the most pestilent is superstition
  • Suspicion is strong on the part of the distressed

What are the quotes with word obsess?

Here are the quotes with the word obsess in them

  • I feel we live in the kind of culture now where you have to be very smart to navigate the right way, and I just don't have those smarts. I think with age and time it will change, but I can't obsess about it. — Sienna Miller
  • Death obsesses me, yes it does. I can't really understand why it doesn't obsess everyone - I think it does really, I'm just a little more out about it. — J.K.Rowling
  • I think I've done every crazy diet there was in the beginning, but it's weird: I'm thinner now than I was when I was modeling. I don't obsess about it. — Molly Sims