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Invite meaning in Urdu

Invite Sentences

We invited the neighbors in for a cup of coffee.
Invite trouble.

Invite Synonyms


Invite Definitions

1 of 5) Invite : مدعو کرنا, بلانا : (noun) a colloquial expression for invitation.

Who has invited you?
Don`t invite other to commit sin.

2 of 5) Invite, Ask For : دعوت دینا : (verb) increase the likelihood of.

Invite criticism.

3 of 5) Invite, Ask Over, Ask Round : دعوت دینا, کسی کو کسی جگہ میں بلانا : (verb) invite someone to one's house.

Can I invite you for dinner on Sunday night?

4 of 5) Invite, Tempt : شوق دلانا : (verb) give rise to a desire by being attractive or inviting.

5 of 5) Invite, Ask In : بلانا : (verb) ask to enter.

Useful Words

Colloquialism : عام بول چال , Invitatory : دعوتی , Crasher : بن بلایا مہمان , Intrusiveness : بے جا دخل اندازی , Colloquially : غیر رسمی طور پر , At Any Rate : کم از کم , Sense : فہم , Articulate : اظہار کرنا , Hello : ہیلو , Sad-Faced : غمگین چہرا , Mot Juste : بلکل صحیح لفظ , Expression : اظہار , Evince : ظاہر کرنا , Testimonial : خراج تحسین , Laconicism : جامعیت , Expressive : ترجمانی کرنے والا , Appreciation : تحسین , Congratulations : تعریف کرنا , Walk Out Of : غصے میں کسی جگہ سے چلے جانا , Awkward : بھدا , Blowup : اظہار جذبات , Blurred : غیر واضع , And How : بالکل , Encomium : حمد و ثنا , Rebuke : ملامت , Indefinable : ناقابل بیان , Emphasis : زور , Complaint : شکایت , Look : نظر آنا , Discourtesy : بے عزتی , Vehicle : ذریعہ

Useful Words Definitions

Colloquialism: a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech.

Invitatory: conveying an invitation.

Crasher: someone who gets in (to a party) without an invitation or without paying.

Intrusiveness: aggressiveness as evidenced by intruding; by advancing yourself or your ideas without invitation.

Colloquially: with the use of colloquial expressions.

At Any Rate: if nothing else (`leastwise` is informal and `leastways` is colloquial).

Sense: the meaning of a word or expression; the way in which a word or expression or situation can be interpreted.

Articulate: put into words or an expression.

Hello: an expression of greeting.

Sad-Faced: having a face with a sad expression.

Mot Juste: the appropriate word or expression.

Expression: expression without words.

Evince: give expression to.

Testimonial: something given or done as an expression of esteem.

Laconicism: terseness of expression.

Expressive: characterized by expression.

Appreciation: an expression of gratitude.

Congratulations: an expression of approval and commendation.

Walk Out Of: leave, usually as an expression of disapproval.

Awkward: not elegant or graceful in expression.

Blowup: an unrestrained expression of emotion.

Blurred: unclear in form or expression.

And How: an expression of emphatic agreement.

Encomium: a formal expression of praise.

Rebuke: an act or expression of criticism and censure.

Indefinable: defying expression or description.

Emphasis: intensity or forcefulness of expression.

Complaint: an expression of grievance or resentment.

Look: have a certain outward or facial expression.

Discourtesy: an expression of lack of respect.

Vehicle: a medium for the expression or achievement of something.

Related Words

Invitation : بلاوا , Bespeak : طلب کرنا , Call In : بلانا , Arouse : ظاہر کرنا , Excite : جھنجھوڑ کر رکھ دینا

Close Words

Invite Out : ملاقات طے کرنا , Invitee : مہمان

Close Words Definitions

Invite Out: make a date.

Invitee: a visitor to whom hospitality is extended.

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