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قریب : Qareeb Meaning in English

Qareeb Sentence

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1 of 5) Brink : قریب Qareeb : (noun) the limit beyond which something happens or changes.

English Synonym(s) : Verge

Urdu Synonym(s) : دہانہ Dahana

Related : Limit

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2 of 5) Close : قریب Qareeb : (adjective) not far distant in time or space or degree or circumstances.

English Synonym(s) : Near Nigh

Urdu Synonym(s) : نزدیک Nazdik قریبی Qaribi

Related : Adjacent Nearby

3 of 5) At Hand : قریب Qareeb : close in time; about to occur.

English Synonym(s) : Close At Hand Imminent Impendent Impending

Urdu Synonym(s) : نزدیک Nazdik آنے والا Aanay Wala

4 of 5) Closest : قریب Qareeb : (adverb) (superlative of `near' or `close') within the shortest distance.

English Synonym(s) : Nearest Nighest

Related : Superlative

5 of 5) Close : قریب Qareeb : (adverb) near in time or place or relationship.

English Synonym(s) : Near Nigh

Useful Words


Kapray : Change : a different or fresh set of clothes. "She brought a change in her overnight bag"

Tabdeeli : Change : a difference that is usually pleasant. "He goes to France for variety"

Inteha Had : Limit : the greatest possible degree of something. "Irshad got his neighbor`s number from somewhere and then he tried to befriend her but when she refused to befriend so he circulated her number in a group of his friends and told everyone that she is a characterless girl"

Tabdeeli Radubadal Tarmeem : Change : an event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another. "The change was intended to increase sales"

Khulla : Change : money received in return for its equivalent in a larger denomination or a different currency. "He got change for a twenty and used it to pay the taxi driver"

Sikkay : Change : coins of small denomination regarded collectively. "He had a pocketful of change"

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