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Around The Clock meaning in Urdu

Around The Clock Sentence

She worked around the clock.

Around The Clock Synonyms

Around The Clock Definitions

1) Around The Clock, For 24 Hours, Round The Clock : مسلسل : (adverb) without stopping.


Useful Words

Hour Hand : چھوٹی سوئی , A.M. : دوپہر سے پہلے , O'clock : وقت ہونا , Hour : گھڑی کا وقت , Chronometer : صحیح وقت بتانے والی گھڑی , Clockwise : اس سمت میں حرکت کرنا جس سمت میں گھڑی کی سوئیاں حرکت کرتی ہیں , Clepsydra : پن گھڑی , Anticlockwise : گھڑی کی سوئی کے مخالف , Winder : لپیٹنے والا , Horologe : وقت جانچنے کا آلہ , Mainspring : مرکزی یا اہم اسپرنگ , Midnight : نصف شب , Cessation : خاتمہ , Stop : کام بند ہو جانے کا عمل , Balking : ڈھیٹ , Stopover : عارضی قیام کرنا , Endlessly : ناقابل ختم طور پر , Intermittent : وقفے وقفے سے , Antiviral : وائرس کے خلاف , Intermittence : وقفے وقفے سے معطلی , Occlusive : سانس خارج کرنے کا عمل , Defibrillation : دل کے پٹہوں کی حرکات کا سست ہو جانا اور پھر معمول پر آ جانا , Small Hours : آدھی رات کے فوراً بعد کی گھڑیاں , After Hours : کام کے وقت ے بعد بھی , Moonlight : دوسری نوکری کرنا , Horary : ہر گھنٹے , After-School : اسکول کے وقت کے بعد , Prime Time : ٹیلی ویژن دیکھنے کے بنیادی اوقات سے اس وقت میں زیادہ ناظرین ہوتے ہیں , Complin : عبادت کا آخری وقت , Half-Time : جز وقتی طور پر , Moonlighter : وہ شخص جو ایک نوکری کے ساتھ دوسرا کام بھی کرئے

Useful Words Definitions

Hour Hand: the shorter hand of a clock that points to the hours.

A.M.: "Ante Meridiem" or "A.M." is a Latin expression used to denote the time between midnight (12:00 a.m.) and noon (11:59 a.m.) in a 12-hour clock system. This designation distinguishes morning hours before noon from "P.M." (Post Meridiem), which signifies the afternoon and evening hours following noon, aiding in time notation within the 12-hour format.

O'clock: according to the clock.

Hour: clock time.

Chronometer: an accurate clock (especially used in navigation).

Clockwise: in the same direction as the rotating hands of a clock.

Clepsydra: clock that measures time by the escape of water.

Anticlockwise: in the direction opposite to the rotation of the hands of a clock.

Winder: a worker who winds (e.g., a winch or clock or other mechanism).

Horologe: a measuring instrument or device for keeping time such as clock or sundial.

Mainspring: the most important spring in a mechanical device (especially a clock or watch); as it uncoils it drives the mechanism.

Midnight: 12 o'clock at night; the middle of the night.

Cessation: a stopping.

Stop: the act of stopping something.

Balking: stopping short and refusing to go on.

Stopover: a stopping place on a journey.

Endlessly: all the time; seemingly without stopping.

Intermittent: stopping and starting at irregular intervals.

Antiviral: inhibiting or stopping the growth and reproduction of viruses.

Intermittence: the quality of being intermittent; subject to interruption or periodic stopping.

Occlusive: a consonant produced by stopping the flow of air at some point and suddenly releasing it.

Defibrillation: treatment by stopping fibrillation of heart muscles (usually by electric shock delivered by a defibrillator).

Small Hours: the hours just after midnight.

After Hours: not during regular hours.

Moonlight: work a second job, usually after hours.

Horary: relating to the hours.

After-School: outside regular school hours.

Prime Time: the hours between 7 and 11 p.m. when the largest tv audience is available.

Complin: last of the seven canonical hours just before retiring.

Half-Time: for less than the standard number of hours.

Moonlighter: a person who holds a second job (usually after hours).

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