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Scene 🔊 Meaning in Urdu

Scene Sentences

He made a scene.
The police returned to the scene of the crime.

Scene Synonyms

Related to Scene

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1 of 6 : جائے وقوعہ Jaye Waqua : Scene : (noun) the place where some action occurs.

Related : Country Venue


2 of 6 : منظر Manzar : Scene : (noun) an incident (real or imaginary).

Their parting was a sad scene.

Related : Incident

3 of 6 : نظارہ Nizara منظر Manzar : Aspect Panorama Prospect View Vista Scene : (noun) the visual percept of a region.

Related : Ground Glimpse Middle Distance

4 of 6 : منظرنامہ Manzarnama : Picture Scene : (noun) a situation treated as an observable object.

The religious scene in England has changed in the last century.

Related : State Of Affairs

6 of 6 : ماحول Mahool : Setting Scene : (noun) the context and environment in which something is set.

Related : Surroundings Scenario

Scene in Book Titles

Crime Scene to Court: The Essentials of Forensic Science.
Practical Crime Scene Processing and Investigation.
Crime Scene to Court: The Essentials of Forensic ScienceThe Temper Tantrum Book.

Useful Words

Action : فعل Fail : something done (usually as opposed to something said). "There were stories of murders and other unnatural actions"

Fanciful Imaginary Notional : خیالی Khayali : not based on fact; unreal. "The falsehood about some fanciful secret treaties"

Incident : واقعہ Waqia : a single distinct event.

Come About Fall Out Go On Hap Happen Occur Pass Pass Off Take Place : واقع ہونا Waqe Hona : come to pass. "It has happened as feared"

Lay Place Pose Position Put Set : رکھنا Rakhna : put into a certain place or abstract location. "Where do I put it ?"

Existent Real : اصلی Asli : being or occurring in fact or actuality; having verified existence; not illusory. "Real objects"

Some : تھوڑا Thora : relatively much but unspecified in amount or extent. "May I have some words with you?"