Tired meanings in Urdu

Tired meanings in Urdu are ماندہ, تھکا ہوا, خستہ حال, خستہ, چور, سیر, ہلکان, آبلہ پا, بے زار, شل, اُکتایا ہوا, محنت کرکے تھکا ہوا, تھکا ہارا Tired in Urdu. More meanings of tired, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

ماندہ تھکا ہوا خستہ حال خستہ چور سیر ہلکان آبلہ پا بے زار شل اُکتایا ہوا محنت کرکے تھکا ہوا تھکا ہارا

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Tired Definitions

Please find 2 English and definitions related to the word Tired.

  • (adjective satellite) : repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
  • (adjective) : depleted of strength or energy

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بل داربگڑنالہسن‬راضیکشیدہبے خودجاگیرگَشتجو خستہ حالت میں ہوتباہتھکا ھواماندہگل گشتنیم خوابیدہپھرناکسلنقب زنفرحچُرانے والاقزاقٹھٹھولخوشناخوشلاغردغابازسارقدل بہلاناپھیکاجھکا ہواجاناسستچھوٹا سا تفریحی سفرآزردہ دلٹُوٹا ہُوامَضرُوبنڈھالبےکارکرارہبے جانکرکراخوارکھیتمریضدل لگینشے میں چوربے آرامٹھوکر کھاناکھنڈرمفلوکاداس ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Tired

Englishاردو
Show me a liar and i will show thee a thiefتو میرا راز ظاہر کرے گا تو میں تیرا راز ظاہر کر دوں گا تو سیر میں سوا سیر
That city cannot prosper where ox is sold for less than a fishاندھیر نگری چوپٹ راجا ٹکے سیر بھاجی ٹکے سیر کھاجا
The fox knows much but more he that catcheth himسیر کو سوا سیر مل جاتا ہے
To a crafty man a crafty and a halfسیر کو سوا سیر
On one last legsختم ہونے کے قریب تھکا ہوا
Do ill and doubt all menچور کو سبھی چور نظر آتے ہیں
Set a thief to catch a thiefچور کو چور پکڑتا ہے
The thief is sorry that he is to be hanged but not that he is a thiefچور کو اس بات کا رنج ہے کہ اس کو پھانسی چڑھنا پڑے گا اس بات کا نہیں کہ وہ چور ہے
They that know one anotheralute afar offچور چور کو دور سے سلام کرتا ہے
Seamy side of thingsخستہ حالی
The cheap buyer takes bad meatڈھونڈے جو مال سستا پاۓ خراب و خستہ
After dinner sit a while after supper walk a mileصُبح کے کھانے کے بعد آرام شام کے کھانے کے بعد سیر صحت کے لیے مُفید ہے
After dinner sit a while; after supper walk a mileصُبح کے کھانے کے بعد آرام شام کے کھانے کے بعد سیر صحت کے لیے مُفید ہے
A guilty conscience needs no accuserچور کی داڑھی میں تنکا
A guilty conscience needs no accusersچور کی داڑھی میں تنکا
A quality conscience needs no accuserچور کی داڑھی میں تنکا
A sinful hand makes a failing heartچور کی داڑھی میں تنکا
He that commits a fault thinks every one speaks of itچور کی داڑھی میں تنکا
The truest jests sound worst in quilty earsچور کی داڑھی میں تنکا
A man is not good or bad for one actionایک بار چوری کرنے سے انسان چور نہیں بن جاتا
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What are the meanings of Tired in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Tired in Urdu are سیر - saer, خستہ - khastah, تھکا ہوا - thaka hu a, چور - chor, شل - shal, ہلکان - halkaan, خستہ حال - khastah haal, آبلہ پا - aablah paa, تھکا ہارا - thaka haara, ماندہ - maandah and بے زار - bey zaar. To understand how would you translate the word Tired in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Tired or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Tired synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Tired. 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 Tired 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 tired?

Meanings of tired are سیر - saer, خستہ - khastah, تھکا ہوا - thaka hu a, چور - chor, شل - shal, ہلکان - halkaan, خستہ حال - khastah haal, آبلہ پا - aablah paa, تھکا ہارا - thaka haara, ماندہ - maandah and بے زار - bey zaar

Whats the definition of tired?

Definition of the tired are

  • repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
  • depleted of strength or energy

What is the synonym of tired?

Synonym of word tired are disport, wounded, trip, effette, burgher, shill, discursion, worn out, stroll, bedridden

What are the idioms related to tired?

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

  • Show me a liar and i will show thee a thief
  • That city cannot prosper where ox is sold for less than a fish
  • The fox knows much but more he that catcheth him
  • To a crafty man a crafty and a half
  • On one last legs

What are the quotes with word tired?

Here are the quotes with the word tired in them

  • The nearer people approach old age the closer they return to a semblance of childhood, until the time comes for them to depart this life, again like children, neither tired of living nor aware of death. — Desiderius Erasmus
  • Age is not measured by years. Nature does not equally distribute energy. Some people are born old and tired while others are going strong at seventy. — Dorothy Thompson
  • A woman my age is not supposed to be attractive or sexually appealing. I just get kinda tired of that. — Kathleen Turner
  • I'm tired of being around men all the time. I'm going to start a band called Skirt with three girls and I'll play the guitar and sing backing vocals in drag. I went window shopping when I was in New York, saw a lot of amazing dresses. — Brian Molko