Uncouth meanings in Urdu
Uncouth meanings in Urdu are بھدا, گنوار, بینڈا, بونگا, ادب آداب سے نا آشنا, کڈھب, بے ہنگم, بد نما, بے ڈول, بے سلیقہ, ناتراشیدہ, بے تمیز, جنگلی Uncouth in Urdu. More meanings of uncouth, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.
بھدا گنوار بینڈا بونگا ادب آداب سے نا آشنا کڈھب بے ہنگم بد نما بے ڈول بے سلیقہ ناتراشیدہ بے تمیز جنگلی
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- (adjective satellite) : lacking refinement or cultivation or taste
It's become unfashionable to celebrate political achievement, and Labour achievement even less so. And it's positively uncouth to be proud of something that this Labour government is doing. So, slam me for saying so, but I'm really proud of the NHS.
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What are the meanings of Uncouth in Urdu?
Meanings of the word Uncouth in Urdu are بے ڈول - bey daul, بینڈا - beynda, بے ہنگم - bey hangam, جنگلی - jangli, گنوار - ganwaar, بے تمیز - bey tamiiz, بھدا - bhadda, بے سلیقہ - bey saliiqah, کڈھب - kudhab, ناتراشیدہ - naa taraashiidah and بد نما - bad numa. To understand how would you translate the word Uncouth in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Uncouth or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Uncouth synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Uncouth. 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 Uncouth 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 uncouth?
Meanings of uncouth are بے ڈول - bey daul, بینڈا - beynda, بے ہنگم - bey hangam, جنگلی - jangli, گنوار - ganwaar, بے تمیز - bey tamiiz, بھدا - bhadda, بے سلیقہ - bey saliiqah, کڈھب - kudhab, ناتراشیدہ - naa taraashiidah and بد نما - bad numa
Whats the definition of uncouth?
Definition of the uncouth are
- lacking refinement or cultivation or taste
What is the synonym of uncouth?
Synonym of word uncouth are shapeless, sticky, unartfully, rustic, unagitated, peasant, unhooping, unpossibility, mannerless, unmourned
What are the idioms related to uncouth?
Here are the idioms that are related to the word uncouth.
- A mare's shoe and a horse's shoe are both alike
- Pennywise pound foolish
- Rag bag
- Ugly women finely dressed are the uglier
- A rolling stone gathers no moss
What are the quotes with word uncouth?
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- It's become unfashionable to celebrate political achievement, and Labour achievement even less so. And it's positively uncouth to be proud of something that this Labour government is doing. So, slam me for saying so, but I'm really proud of the NHS. — Lucy Powell
- Newspaper people, once celebrated as founts of ribald humor and uncouth fun, have of late lost all their gaiety, and small wonder. — Russell Baker