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Boast 🔊 Meaning in Urdu

Boast meaning in Urdu is ڈینگیں مارنا کا عمل DEENGAIN MAARNA KA AMAL, بھرم کرانا BERHAM KARAANA. Boast is a (noun) defination is speaking of yourself in superlatives. Boast usage in sentences, (Don`t boast a lot), (My friend boasts of her wealth). Nearby words of Boast (Boasting), (Self-Praise), (Jactitation), (Feature), (Sport).

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1 of 2 : ڈینگیں مارنا Deengain Maarna پھینکنا Phenkna : Boasting Jactitation Self-Praise Boast : (noun) speaking of yourself in superlatives.

Don`t boast that much.
Don`t boast much.+ More

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2 of 2 : فخر سے دکھانا Fakhar Se Dekhana بھرم کرانا Berham Karaana : Feature Sport Boast : (verb) wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner.

Boast in Book Titles

Lest Anyone Should Boast: Sequel to Regard Us as Servants.
Do Not Boast about Tomorrow.
The Frog who Likes to Boast.

Useful Words

Display Exhibit Expose : ظاہر کرنا Zahir Karna : to show, make visible or apparent. "The Metropolitan Museum is exhibiting Goya's works this month"

Manner Personal Manner : ڈھنگ Dhang : a way of acting or behaving. "They don`t have manners to speak ?"

Proud : پر فخر Par Fakhar : feeling self-respect or pleasure in something by which you measure your self-worth; or being a reason for pride. "Her mother-in-law is so proud"

Oral Presentation Public Speaking Speaking Speechmaking : عوامی فن تقریر Awami Fun Taqreer : delivering an address to a public audience. "People came to see the candidates and hear the speechmaking"

Wear Wearing : پہننا Phenna : the act of having on your person as a covering or adornment. "Wear bangles if you can`t fight"

Ourselves Ourself Myself Himself Herself Oneself Themself Yourself Themselves : اپنا Apna : Used as a reflexive. "God help those who help themselves"