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Familiar 🔊 Meaning in Urdu

Familiar Sentences

I am familiar from all of the ins and outs of you.
A familiar figure.

Familiar Synonyms

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Familiar in Detail

1 of 4 : آگاہ Aagah واقف Waqif : Conversant Familiar : (usually followed by `with`) well informed about or knowing thoroughly.

I am very much familiar with Khan.
Familiar with the complex machinery.+ More

Related : Informed


2 of 4 : مشہور Mashor معروف Maroof : Familiar : (adjective) well known or easily recognized.

Familiar songs.
Familiar guests.

Related : Acquainted Well-Known Old

3 of 4 : دوست Dost ساتھی Sathi رفیق Rafiq : Associate Companion Comrade Fellow Familiar : (noun) a friend who is frequently in the company of another.

Related : Friend Playmate Tovarisch

4 of 4 : دوستی Doosti قربت Qurbt : Intimate Familiar : having mutual interests or affections; of established friendship.

On familiar terms.

Related : Close

Useful Words

About Astir : متحرک Mutaharik : on the move. "Up and about"

Easily Easy : آسانی کے ساتھ Aasani Kay Sath : with ease (`easy` is sometimes used informally for `easily`). "I get scared pretty easily"

Informed : باخبر Bakhabar : having much knowledge or education. "An informed public"

Knowing : معرفت Marifat : a clear and certain mental apprehension.

Accepted Recognised Recognized : مانا ہوا Mana Huwa : generally approved or compelling recognition. "Several accepted techniques for treating the condition"

Exhaustively Thoroughly : جامع طور پر Jamay Tor Par : in an exhaustive manner. "We searched the files thoroughly"

Commonly Normally Ordinarily Unremarkably Usually : عام طور پر Aam Tor Par : under normal conditions. "Usually she was late"

Good Well : اچھا Acha : (often used as a combining form) in a good or proper or satisfactory manner or to a high standard (`good` is a nonstandard dialectal variant for `well`). "You did well"