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معیار : Mayaar Meaning in English

Mayaar Sentences

Mayaar Synonyms


Mayaar in Detail

1 of 5) کسوٹی معیار : Criterion Measure Standard Touchstone : (noun) a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated.

2 of 5) معیار مرتبہ : Benchmark : (noun) a standard by which something can be measured or figure out.

3 of 5) معیار اعلی معیار : Quality : (noun) an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone.

4 of 5) معیار درجہ : Caliber Calibre Quality : (noun) a degree or grade of excellence or worth.

5 of 5) معیار : Baseline : (noun) an imaginary line or standard by which things are measured or compared.

Useful Words

مخالف : Against : Contrary to; opposed to. "This was done against my will".

برطرف کرنا : Can : terminate the employment of; discharge from an office or position. "The boss fired his secretary today".

موازنہ : Comparing : the act of examining resemblances. "They made a comparison of noise levels".

جسم : Anatomy : alternative names for the body of a human being. "Anatomy of liver and surrounding".

سوچا سمجھا : Calculated : carefully thought out in advance. "It was deliberate plan".

قدیم دور کے متعلق : Early : belonging to the distant past. "The early inhabitants of Europe".

دور : Out : away from home. "Get out from there".

نقطہ : Point : a geometric element that has position but no extension. "A point is defined by its coordinates".

تذکرہ : Mention : a remark that calls attention to something or someone. "Paper was as awesome, can`t be mentioned".

کوئی چیز : Something : An undetermined or unspecified thing. "Lets have something".

کسوٹی : Criterion : the ideal in terms of which something can be judged. "They live by the standards of their community".

بات : Thing : a statement regarded as an object. "Do I say one thing?".

کونسا : Which : interrogatively. "Which matter that was?".