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Swift meaning in Urdu

Swift Sentence

A swift current.

Swift Synonym


Swift Definitions

1 of 2) Swift, Fleet : تیزی سے حرکت کرنا, تیز رفتار, پھرتیلا : (satellite adjective) moving very fast.

Swift flight of an arrow.
A swift runner.

2 of 2) Swift : ایک قسم کی چڑیا : (noun) a small bird that resembles a swallow and is noted for its rapid flight.

Useful Words

Fleetly : پھر تی سے , Clip : ہلکے دوڑنا , Look-Over : مختصر نظر , Charger : جنگی گہوڑا , Cleg : کتا مکھی , Corsair : قزاقوں کا جہاز , Blitz : یلغار , Houyhnhnm : گھوڑوں کی دوڑ , Houyhnhnms : گھوڑوں کی خیالی زمین , Falcon : باز , Swallow : ایک قسم کا پرندہ , Bee Killer : نحل کش , Hare : خرگوش نما , Immobilise : بے حرکت کرنا , Coluber Hippocrepis : پتلا پھرتیلا سانپ , Acanthocybium Solandri : کند مچھلی , Aegospotami : ترکی کا دریا , Admiral : بحریہ کا ایک اعلی عہدہ دار , Prestissimo : انتہائی تیز , Armada : جہازوں کا بڑا دستہ , Zebra : زیبرا , Rapid : تیز رفتار , Actium : قدیم بحری جنگ , Agrippa : رومی جرنل , Fast : تیزی سے , Mobile : گشتی , Aegospotami : ترکی کی ایک ندی , Admiral Nimitz : جنگ عظیم کا امریکی اڈمرل , Hawkins : انگریز سمندری قزاق , Belt Along : تیزی سے چلنا , Presto : تیزی سے

Useful Words Definitions

Fleetly: in a swift manner.

Clip: run at a moderately swift pace.

Look-Over: a swift cursory examination or inspection.

Charger: formerly a strong swift horse ridden into battle.

Cleg: large swift fly the female of which sucks blood of various animals.

Corsair: a swift pirate ship (often operating with official sanction).

Blitz: a swift and violent military offensive with intensive aerial bombardment.

Houyhnhnm: one of a race of intelligent horses who ruled the Yahoos in a novel by Jonathan Swift.

Houyhnhnms: a land imagined by Jonathan Swift where intelligent horses ruled the Yahoos.

Falcon: diurnal birds of prey having long pointed powerful wings adapted for swift flight.

Swallow: small long-winged songbird noted for swift graceful flight and the regularity of its migrations.

Bee Killer: swift predatory fly having a strong body like a bee with the proboscis hardened for sucking juices of other insects captured on the wing.

Hare: swift timid long-eared mammal larger than a rabbit having a divided upper lip and long hind legs; young born furred and with open eyes.

Immobilise: to hold fast or prevent from moving.

Coluber Hippocrepis: slender fast-moving Eurasian snake.

Acanthocybium Solandri: large fast-moving predacious food and game fish; found worldwide.

Aegospotami: a river in ancient Thrace (now Turkey); in the mouth of this river the Spartan fleet under Lysander destroyed the Athenian fleet in the final battle of the Peloponnesian War (404 BC).

Admiral: the supreme commander of a fleet; ranks above a vice admiral and below a fleet admiral.

Prestissimo: extremely fast; as fast as possible.

Armada: a large fleet.

Zebra: any of several fleet black-and-white striped African equines.

Rapid: characterized by speed; moving with or capable of moving with high speed.

Actium: the naval battle in which Antony and Cleopatra were defeated by Octavian`s fleet under Agrippa in 31 BC.

Agrippa: Roman general who commanded the fleet that defeated the forces of Antony and Cleopatra at Actium (63-12 BC).

Fast: acting or moving or capable of acting or moving quickly.

Mobile: moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place).

Aegospotami: a creek emptying into the Hellespont in present-day Turkey; at its mouth in 405 BC the Spartan fleet under Lysander defeated the Athenians and ended the Peloponnesian War.

Admiral Nimitz: United States admiral of the Pacific fleet during World War II who used aircraft carriers to destroy the Japanese navy (1885-1966).

Hawkins: English privateer involved in the slave trade; later helped build the fleet that in 1588 defeated the Spanish Armada (1532-1595).

Belt Along: move fast.

Presto: (of tempo) very fast.

Swift in Book Titles

Satire and the Correspondence of Swift.
Understanding Graham Swift.
Swift as Priest and Satirist.
Jonathan Swift: A Critical Introduction.