Rabid meanings in Urdu

Rabid meanings in Urdu are پاگَل کُتّے کا کاٹا ہُوا, حَد تَک جوشیلا, نا مَعقُول, باٴولا, سرپھرا, غضبناک, پاگَل, کٹر, جنونی, غُصیلا, سودائی, دیوانہ, پاگل Rabid in Urdu. More meanings of rabid, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

پاگَل کُتّے کا کاٹا ہُوا حَد تَک جوشیلا نا مَعقُول باٴولا سرپھرا غضبناک پاگَل کٹر جنونی غُصیلا سودائی دیوانہ پاگل

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Rabid Definitions

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  • (adjective) : of or infected by rabies

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سڑیضابطمجنونپاگَلبے خودپر جوششرمناکتنگ خیالبے وقوف بنانابے رحمصحیحغُصیلاذہنی توانائی سے محرومبوراہاثابت قدمگاؤدیناگواریلٹودھوکا دیناپر طیشغیر مصالحانہاناپ شناپکھردراسوداوی مزاججنونونیراسخپاگلاحمقانہپریشانجذبے والاجابرانہنرالابے وَقُوفبے دردسیدھاتُرش رُودماغی حوالے سے کمزورپچھیخَبطیمائع نا گُزراحمقوحشیانہعشق میں مبتلاجڑژیانکٹھ حجتلرسخت کھُردراسرکشمست ...

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What are the meanings of Rabid in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Rabid in Urdu are پاگل - paagal, دیوانہ - diiwaana, کٹر - kattar, جنونی - junuuni, غُصیلا - Ghuseela, سودائی - Sodai, غضبناک - Ghazabnaak and پاگَل - Pagal. To understand how would you translate the word Rabid in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Rabid or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Rabid synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Rabid. 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 Rabid 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 rabid?

Meanings of rabid are پاگل - paagal, دیوانہ - diiwaana, کٹر - kattar, جنونی - junuuni, غُصیلا - Ghuseela, سودائی - Sodai, غضبناک - Ghazabnaak and پاگَل - Pagal

Whats the definition of rabid?

Definition of the rabid are

  • of or infected by rabies

What is the synonym of rabid?

Synonym of word rabid are insanie, crackers, maniac, strict, nuts, hypochondriac, insanest, phrenetic, lunatic, staunch

What are the idioms related to rabid?

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

  • Every insane person believes other people to be mad
  • Off one's head
  • Out of one's mind
  • Argue at home but a mole abroad
  • Even fools speak to the purpose

What are the quotes with word rabid?

Here are the quotes with the word rabid in them

  • Whenever I did a good performance, my Dad and my uncles, who were rabid movie fans, took me to the movies. There began my underlying love affair with film. — Mel Torme
  • You have this mounting aggressive ignorance with the rabbit's foot of their particular religion. You don't really have any kind of spiritual law, just a kind of a rabid mental illness. The songs are a little slice of life. — Joni Mitchell
  • A rabid sports fan is one that boos a TV set. — Jimmy Cannon