Veer meanings in Urdu

Veer meanings in Urdu are روش بدلنا, سمت بدلنا, بدل دینا, طرف بدلنا, بدلناگھمانا, بدل جانا, مڑنا, پھرنا, موڑنا, بدلنا, ہٹنا, پھرانا, گھمانا, پھیرنا, زنجیر ڈھیلی کرنا, رسہ ڈھیلا کرنا Veer in Urdu. More meanings of veer, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

روش بدلنا سمت بدلنا بدل دینا طرف بدلنا بدلناگھمانا بدل جانا مڑنا پھرنا موڑنا بدلنا ہٹنا پھرانا گھمانا پھیرنا زنجیر ڈھیلی کرنا رسہ ڈھیلا کرنا

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چمکاناراستہحرکتبھرمناادلا بدلی کرنارُجحانکہاری کوڑیتلاش کرناچرخکُنڈلی بناناواپس آنااوچھادفعہدفع کرنابے خود ہوناچابی دینامسخ کرنارددہڈِھل مِلشکل بدل دیناکپڑے بدلناچکرعوضرنگ برنگ کا کرناٹیڑھا ہوناکانپناانکار کرنامارگل گشتتبديل کرناتھاپساقط کرناسفر یا سیر کرناآگے کو بڑھانالچاناخم دیناپلٹاکایا پلٹناپھیرروکناسیرکھينچ ليناپچاراالٹابوالہوسگوتھناہٹناہزرہ گردی کرناتیڑھا کرناہر طرف کھینچنا ...

What are the meanings of Veer in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Veer in Urdu are پھرانا - phiraana, پھرنا - phirna, بدلنا - badalna, پھیرنا - pheyrna, موڑنا - morna, مڑنا - murna, گھمانا - ghamaana, ہٹنا - hatna, بدل دینا - badal deyna and بدل جانا - badal jaana. To understand how would you translate the word Veer in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Veer or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Veer synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Veer. 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 Veer 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 veer?

Meanings of veer are پھرانا - phiraana, پھرنا - phirna, بدلنا - badalna, پھیرنا - pheyrna, موڑنا - morna, مڑنا - murna, گھمانا - ghamaana, ہٹنا - hatna, بدل دینا - badal deyna and بدل جانا - badal jaana

Whats the definition of veer?

Definition of the veer are

What is the synonym of veer?

Synonym of word veer are walk, prowled, alter, return, divert, turn, brandish, fare, variate, reject

What are the idioms related to veer?

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

  • Turn about
  • One must draw back in order to leap better
  • To rob peter to pay paul
  • Port the helm
  • Round to

What are the quotes with word veer?

Here are the quotes with the word veer in them

  • My habit would have been to veer towards the dark - to prove I was something edgy, or maybe to prove that I was cognisant of the dark side. Now, with age and confidence, I can say, yeah, that's true, but I am cognisant of the fact that people can do things well. And can be more loving than you expect. — George Saunders
  • There's a certain amount of freedom involved in cycling: you're self-propelled and decide exactly where to go. If you see something that catches your eye to the left, you can veer off there, which isn't so easy in a car, and you can't cover as much ground walking. — David Byrne