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Jala Hawa : جَلا ہوا

1. Burned, Burned-Out, Burned-Over, Burnt, Burnt-Out : جلا ہوا : destroyed or badly damaged by fire.

2. Burn : جلا ہوا : (noun) damage inflicted by fire.


Aslha Chalana, Aslaha Se Fire ... : Fire : the act of firing weapons or artillery at an enemy. "Hold your fire until you can see the whites of their eyes"

Sakhat Tanqeed : Fire : intense adverse criticism. "Don`t give me any flak"

Aag : Fire : the event of something burning (often destructive). "They lost everything in the fire"

Garam Joshi, Gramjoshi, Josh : Fire : feelings of great warmth and intensity. "Eid is being celebrated with religious fervour"

Bhadakta Shola, Shola : Fire : the process of combustion of inflammable materials producing heat and light and (often) smoke. "Fire was one of our ancestors` first discoveries"

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