Poisoner meanings in Urdu

Poisoner meanings in Urdu is زہر Poisoner in Urdu. More meanings of poisoner, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

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Poisoner Definitions

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

  • (noun) : someone who kills with poison

More words related to the meanings of Poisoner

زہرzaehrVenoms Bane Poisoners Aconite Virus Poecile Poison Poisons Immune Poisers Venom

Idioms related to the meaning of Poisoner

Englishاردو
Diamonds cuts diamondsزہر کو زہر اتارتا ہے
Like cures likeلوہے کو لوہا کاٹتا ہے زہر کو زہر مارتا ہے
A honey tongue a heart of gallزُبان پر شہد دِل میں زہر
A little gall may spoil a good deal of honeyذرا سا زہر سارے شہد کو خراب کر ڈالتا ہے
An angry man regards advice even as a crimeغُصہ میں نصیحت کرنے والا زہر لگتا ہے
Better be denied than deceivedزہر دے آسرا نہ دے
In excess nectar poisonsحد سے زیادہ امرت بھی زہر
Know that same things are not all sweet to all menوہی چیز ایک کے لئے آب حیات ہے اور دوسرے کے لئے زہر
Many kiss the hand they wish cut offدِل میں زہر زبان پر شہد
One man's meat is another man's poisonایک کے لئے امرت ہے تو ممکن ہے دوسرے کے لئے زہر ہو
Poison is drunk out of goldسونے کے پیالے میں سے لوگ زہر بھی پی لیتے ہیں
Suspicion is the bane of friendshipدوستی میں شک زہر کا کام کرتا ہے
That which is good for the back is bad for the headایک کے لئے امرت دوسرے کے لیے زہر
There is no venom like that of a tongueزبان کا زہر سب سے بُرا
Unsound minds like unsound bodies if you feed you poisionبیمار جسم کی مانند پاگل دماغ کو خوراک دینا گویا زہر دینا ہے
What is food for some is black poison for othersایک کے لیے جو آب حیات دوسرے کے لیے وہی چیز زہر قاتل

What are the meanings of Poisoner in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Poisoner in Urdu is زہر - zaehr. To understand how would you translate the word Poisoner in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Poisoner or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Poisoner synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Poisoner. 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 Poisoner 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 poisoner?

Meaning of poisoner is زہر - zaehr

Whats the definition of poisoner?

Definition of the poisoner are

  • someone who kills with poison

What is the synonym of poisoner?

Synonym of word poisoner are venoms, bane, poisoners, aconite, virus, poecile, poison, poisons, immune, poisers

What are the idioms related to poisoner?

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

  • Diamonds cuts diamonds
  • Like cures like
  • A honey tongue a heart of gall
  • A little gall may spoil a good deal of honey
  • An angry man regards advice even as a crime

What are the quotes with word poisoner?

Here is the quote with the word poisoner in them

  • You can be a famous poisoner or a successful poisoner, but not both, and the same seems to apply to Great Train Robbers. — Clive Anderson