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Money meaning in Urdu

Money Sentences

Money Definitions

1 of 2) Money : دولت, نقدی : (noun) the most common medium of exchange; functions as legal tender.

How much money you have ?
I don`t have such money to buy a car.+ More


2 of 2) Money : مال, دولت : (noun) wealth reckoned in terms of money.

I want my money back by tomorrow.
You may withdraw your money.+ More

Money in Idioms

I'm Not Made Of Money : I don't have a too much money.

A Run For Money : A long period of success.

Useful Words

Sell : بیچنا , Ransom : رقم واپس کر کے بکا ہوا مال لینا , Barter : رقم کے بغیر اشیاء کا تبادلہ کرنا , Break : کھلا کرانا , Marketing : خرید و فروخت , Cab : کرائے پر چلنے والی موٹر , House Sitter : گھر کی دیکھ بھال کرنے والا , Pawnbroker : گروی رکھنے والا , Banking : بینکنگ کا پیشہ , Busker : گا بجا کر پیسے مانگنا والا , Parsimoniousness : بخل , Bail : ضمانت کے طور پر رقم طے کرکے ملزم کو عارضی طور پر رہا کرا لینا , Exchanger : رقوم کا تبادلہ کرنے والا , Monetisation : پیسہ بنانے کا عمل , Demonetisation : سکہ زر کا رواج بند کرنے کا عمل , Currency : کرنسی , Tender : نرم کرنا , Lease : کرایہ پر دینا , Profits : جیتا ہوا مال , Defrayal : ادائی خرچ , Hard Up : کنگلا , Appeal : امداد کی التجا کرنا , Compensable : معاوضے کے قابل , Amount : رقم , Small Fortune : خوب سارا پیسہ , Cashed : کیش ہوا , Cheaply : سستے میں , Undercharge : کم قیمت وصول کرنا , Bilk : ٹھگنا , Well-Lined : مال سے بھرا , Hand To Mouth : تنگ دست

Useful Words Definitions

Sell: exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent.

Ransom: exchange or buy back for money; under threat.

Barter: exchange goods without involving money.

Break: exchange for smaller units of money.

Marketing: the exchange of goods for an agreed sum of money.

Cab: a car driven by a person whose job is to take passengers where they want to go in exchange for money.

House Sitter: a custodian who lives in and cares for a house while the regular occupant is away (usually without an exchange of money).

Pawnbroker: a person who lends money at interest in exchange for personal property that is deposited as security.

Banking: engaging in the business of keeping money for savings and checking accounts or for exchange or for issuing loans and credit etc.

Busker: a person who entertains people for money in public places (as by singing or dancing), usually while asking for money.

Parsimoniousness: extreme care in spending money; reluctance to spend money unnecessarily.

Bail: the legal system that allows an accused person to be temporarily released from custody (usually on condition that a sum of money guarantees their appearance at trial).

Exchanger: one whose business is to exchange the money of one country for that of another country.

Monetisation: establishing something (e.g. gold or silver) as the legal tender of a country.

Demonetisation: ending something (e.g. gold or silver) as no longer the legal tender of a country.

Currency: the metal or paper medium of exchange that is presently used.

Tender: make tender or more tender as by marinating, pounding, or applying a tenderizer.

Lease: let for money.

Profits: something won (especially money).

Defrayal: the act of paying money.

Hard Up: not having enough money to pay for necessities.

Appeal: request for a sum of money.

Compensable: for which money is paid.

Amount: a quantity of money.

Small Fortune: a large sum of money.

Cashed: for which money has been paid.

Cheaply: with little expenditure of money.

Undercharge: charge (someone) too little money.

Bilk: cheat somebody out of what is due, especially money.

Well-Lined: full of money.

Hand To Mouth: with barely enough money for immediate needs.

Related Words

Big Bucks : خطیر رقم , Appropriation : تخصیص , Fund : کسی مقصد کے لئے رقم جمع کرنا , Boodle : مال

Money in Book Titles

Money, Information and Uncertainty.
What Is Money, Anyway?: Why Dollars and Coins Have Value.
Denationalisation of Money: The Argument Refined.

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