Disconnect Disconcertment Disconcertion Disconcerting Disconcerted Disconcert Discomposure Discompose Disconnected Disconnectedness Disconnection Disconsolate Disconsolately Disconsolateness Discontent Discontented Discontentedly Discontinuance Discontinuation Discontinue

Disconnected meaning in Urdu

Disconnected Sentences

Congress gave the impression of a confusing sum of disconnected local forces.
Disconnected fragments of a story.

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1 of 3) Disconnected, Disunited, Fragmented, Split : منقسم, منتشر, بٹا ہوا : (satellite adjective) having been divided; having the unity destroyed.


2 of 3) Disconnected, Abrupt : غیر متوقع تبدیلی : (satellite adjective) marked by sudden changes in subject and sharp transitions.

3 of 3) Disconnected, Confused, Disjointed, Disordered, Garbled, Illogical, Scattered, Unconnected : بے ربط, الگ, ٹوٹا ہوا : (satellite adjective) lacking orderly continuity.

Related : Incoherent : without logical or meaningful connection.

Useful Words

Alter, Change, Modify : بدلنا : cause to change; make different; cause a transformation. "He found out on a moonlit night that his kurta was bigger than his actual size, so he gave the kurta to the tailor to alter it".

Marked, Pronounced : نمایاں : strongly marked; easily noticeable. "Walked with a marked limp".

Acutely, Sharp, Sharply : زیادہ مڑا ہوا : changing suddenly in direction and degree. "The road twists sharply after the light".

Capable, Open, Subject : لائق : possibly accepting or permitting. "A passage capable of misinterpretation".

Sudden : اچانک رونما ہونے والا چیز : happening without warning or in a short space of time. "He felt a sudden pain".

Passage, Transition : نقل مکانی : the act of passing from one state or place to the next. "Pakistani people in turkey are so tensed because of low income so they are migrating to Greece as they found an underground passage".

Integrity, Unity, Wholeness : اتحاد : an undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting. "The integrity of the nervous system is required for normal development".