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Betrayer 🔊 Meaning in Urdu


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1 of 2) Betrayer : رقم کے بدلے خبر دینے والا Raqam Kay Badly Khabar Dene Wala : (noun) one who reveals confidential information in return for money.

Urdu Synonym(s) : جاسوس Jasoos مخبر Mukhbar

English Synonym(s) : Blabber Informer Rat Squealer

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2 of 2) Betrayer : دغا باز انسان Dagha Baz Insaan : (noun) a person who says one thing and does another.

Urdu Synonym(s) : منافق شخص Munafiq Shakhs نمک حرام Namak Haram

English Synonym(s) : Double-Crosser Double-Dealer Traitor Two-Timer

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Useful Words

Another Some Other : کسی اور Kisi Or : any of various alternatives; some other. "Another day off"

Confidential : خفیہ Khufiya : entrusted with private information and the confidence of another. "A confidential secretary"

Do Execute Perform : کرنا Karna : carry out or perform an action. "I did it in a flash"

Information : معلومات Malumat : knowledge acquired through study or experience or instruction. "Get information from there"

Money : دولت Dolat : the most common medium of exchange; functions as legal tender. "It`s not about money"

One : ایک Ek : a single person or thing. "Do I say one thing if you don`t mind ?"

Individual Mortal Person Somebody Someone Soul : شخص Shakhs : a human being. "Every individual was gone through corona test before passing the immigration"

Homecoming Return : واپس آنا Wapas Aana : a coming to or returning home. "Have you returned back from marriage?"

Bring Out Reveal Uncover Unveil : ظاہر کرنا Zahir Karna : make visible. "The two had committed the murder together, but after a few beatings by the Police, they revealed everything"

Allege Aver Say : بتانا Batana : report or maintain. "That`s what I say"

Thing : بات Baat : a statement regarded as an object. "Do I say one thing?"