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Confirmed meaning in Urdu

Confirmed Sentences

A confirmed bachelor.
Confirmed reservations.

Confirmed Definitions

1 of 2) Confirmed : پکا : (satellite adjective) of persons; not subject to change.

A confirmed invalid.

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2 of 2) Confirmed : پختہ : (adjective) having been established or made firm or received the rite of confirmation.

Received confirmed reports of casualties.
A confirmed Catholic.

Useful Words


Probity : صداقت , Changeable : غیر یقینی , Unchangeable : ناقابل تبدیل , Fluid : دگرگوں , Unsteady : ڈگمگاتا ہوا , Commutable : قابل تبدیل , Steady : متوازن , Chancy : اتفاق پر منحصر , Undeviating : نہ بدلنے والا , Changeless : بے تغیر , Clink : جیل , Sublimate : پگھلے بغیر بھاپ بن جانا , Motility : حرکت , Exchange : بدلنا , Characteristic : خصوصیت , Calculating : چالاک , Exploited : متاثرہ شخص , Junior : چھوٹا , Executive : صاحب امر , Former : سابقہ , Congeniality : ہم آہنگی , Impossible : ناقابل برداشت , Dialog : دو افراد کے درمیان گفتگو , Personal Relation : ذاتی تعلق , Unconditionally : شرائط کے بغیر , Mortal : فانی , Conditionally : مشروط طور پر , Appointed : تقرراتی , Unappealable : ناقابل مرافعہ , Refract : منعطف ہونا , Involuntary : غیر ارادی

Useful Words Definitions


Probity: complete and confirmed integrity; having strong moral principles.

Changeable: subject to change.

Unchangeable: not changeable or subject to change.

Fluid: subject to change; variable.

Unsteady: subject to change or variation.

Commutable: subject to alteration or change.

Steady: not subject to change or variation especially in behavior.

Chancy: subject to accident or chance or change.

Undeviating: used of values and principles; not subject to change; steady.

Changeless: not subject or susceptible to change or variation in form or quality or nature.

Clink: a correctional institution used to detain persons who are in the lawful custody of the government (either accused persons awaiting trial or convicted persons serving a sentence).

Sublimate: change or cause to change directly from a solid into a vapor without first melting.

Motility: a change of position that does not entail a change of location.

Exchange: change over, change around, as to a new order or sequence.

Characteristic: feature commonly denotes a standout or unique attribute, trait, or property of a subject or individual. It may also point to a particular component or facet within a broader context, like a landscape feature, a cinematic feature film, or a magazine feature article. Features often serve as noteworthy, meaningful, or defining characteristics in the subject under consideration.

Calculating: used of persons.

Exploited: of persons; taken advantage of.

Junior: the younger of two persons.

Executive: persons who administer the law.

Former: (used especially of persons) of the immediate past.

Congeniality: compatibility between persons.

Impossible: used of persons or their behavior.

Dialog: a conversation between two persons or more.

Personal Relation: a relation between persons.

Unconditionally: not subject to a condition.

Mortal: subject to death.

Conditionally: subject to a condition.

Appointed: subject to appointment.

Unappealable: not subject to appeal.

Refract: subject to refraction.

Involuntary: not subject to the control of the will.

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