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Severe 🔊 Meaning in Urdu

Severe Sentences

A severe blow.
Any individual or groups go against state will face severe consequences.

Severe Synonyms

Related to Severe

Close to Severe

Severe in Detail

1 of 5 : سخت ناگوار Sakhat Nagawar : Terrible Wicked Severe : intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality.

Severe pain.
A severe case of flu.

Related : Intense


2 of 5 : سخت Sakht شدید Shadeed : Hard Knockout Severe : very strong or vigorous.

Related : Strong

4 of 5 : سنگین Sangeen تشویشناک Taskweeshnak خطرناک Khatarnak : Dangerous Grave Grievous Life-Threatening Serious Severe : causing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm.

A severe case of pneumonia.

Related : Critical

5 of 5 : نہایت شدید Nihayat Shadeed خطرناک Khatarnak : Severe : very bad in degree or extent.

A severe worldwide depression.
The house suffered severe damage.

Related : Bad

Useful Words

Bad : برا Bura : having undesirable or negative qualities. "Where the bad smell is coming from?"

Degree Grade Level : سطح Satha : a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality. "A moderate grade of intelligence"

Extremely Highly : نہایت Nihayat : to a high degree or extent; favorably or with much respect. "Highly successful"

Intensely : شدت سے Shiddat Se : in an intense manner. "He worked intensely"

Character Lineament Quality : خوبی Khobi : a characteristic property that defines the apparent individual nature of something. "What quality does it possess ?"

Strong : مضبوط Mazboot : having strength or power greater than average or expected. "He is very strong emotionally, he is not afraid of small problems"

Unpleasant : ناپسندیدہ Napasandeda : disagreeable to the senses, to the mind, or feelings. "An unpleasant personality"

Rattling Real Really Very : بہت زیادہ Bohat Zyada : used as intensifiers; `real` is sometimes used informally for `really`; `rattling` is informal. "He played a very well game"