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Theme meaning in Urdu

Theme Sentences

Today`s theme is how God`s law enforced on earth.
It was the usual `boy gets girl` theme.

Theme Synonyms


Theme Definitions

1 of 5) Theme, Subject, Topic : موضوع : (noun) the subject matter of a conversation or discussion.

His letters were always on the theme of love.

2 of 5) Theme : پر کشش بنانا : (verb) provide with a particular theme or motive.

The restaurant often themes its menus.

3 of 5) Theme, Motif : حلیہ, وضع : (noun) a unifying idea that is a recurrent element in literary or artistic work.

4 of 5) Theme, Idea, Melodic Theme, Musical Theme : مرکزی نغمہ, مرکزی ترنم, مرکزی موسیقی : (noun) (music) melodic subject of a musical composition.

The theme is announced in the first measures.

5 of 5) Theme, Composition, Paper, Report : تصنیف, تالیف, مضمون : (noun) an essay (especially one written as an assignment).

Useful Words

Sensationalism : حسیت پسندی , Conspectus : اختصار , Recapitulate : دہرانا , Keynote : بنیادی نکتہ , Burden : خلاصہ , Concept Album : ایک سی موسیقی , Unmentionable : ناقابل ذکر , Conference : مشاورت , Characteristic : خصوصیت , Big Dipper : تفریحی پارک میں لگی ہوئی ریل , Refract : منعطف ہونا , Propagandise : پراپیگنڈے کے زیر اثر لانا , Melancholiac : مالیخولیا میں مبتلا شخص , Involuntary : غیر ارادی , Appointed : تقرراتی , Mortal : فانی , Dutiable : قابل محصول , Unconditionally : شرائط کے بغیر , Unrestrained : بے قابو , Changeable : غیر یقینی , Conditionally : مشروط طور پر , Unappealable : ناقابل مرافعہ , Repayable : قابل واپسی , Blackguard : مذاق اڑانا , Unrestricted : پابندیوں سے آزاد , Diagnose : مرض شناخت کرنا , Commutable : قابل تبدیل , Chew Over : غور کرنا , Blister : برس پڑنا , Collectable : قابل حصول , Confirmed : پکا

Useful Words Definitions

Sensationalism: subject matter that is calculated to excite and please vulgar tastes.

Conspectus: a conspectus is a summary or overview of a subject, often presented in a condensed form. It provides a comprehensive view of the main points or features of a topic, enabling quick understanding or reference.

Recapitulate: repeat an earlier theme of a composition.

Keynote: the principal theme in a speech or literary work.

Burden: the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work.

Concept Album: an album whose recordings are unified by some theme (instrumental or lyrical or narrative or compositional).

Unmentionable: unsuitable or forbidden as a topic of conversation.

Conference: a discussion among participants who have an agreed (serious) topic.

Characteristic: feature commonly denotes a standout or unique attribute, trait, or property of a subject or individual. It may also point to a particular component or facet within a broader context, like a landscape feature, a cinematic feature film, or a magazine feature article. Features often serve as noteworthy, meaningful, or defining characteristics in the subject under consideration.

Big Dipper: an amusement ride typically found in theme parks and amusement parks. It consists of a track with steep drops, sharp turns, and sometimes inversions, designed to provide thrilling and exciting experiences for riders. Roller coasters are known for their fast speeds, sudden changes in direction, and various elements that create sensations of weightlessness and excitement.

Refract: subject to refraction.

Propagandise: subject to propaganda.

Melancholiac: someone subject to melancholia.

Involuntary: not subject to the control of the will.

Appointed: subject to appointment.

Mortal: subject to death.

Dutiable: subject to import tax.

Unconditionally: not subject to a condition.

Unrestrained: not subject to restraint.

Changeable: subject to change.

Conditionally: subject to a condition.

Unappealable: not subject to appeal.

Repayable: subject to repayment.

Blackguard: subject to laughter or ridicule.

Unrestricted: not subject to or subjected to restriction.

Diagnose: subject to a medical analysis.

Commutable: subject to alteration or change.

Chew Over: reflect deeply on a subject.

Blister: subject to harsh criticism.

Collectable: subject to or requiring payment especially as specified.

Confirmed: of persons; not subject to change.

Related Words

Idea : ارادہ , Music : موسیقی , Air : روانی , Furnish : مہیا کرنا

Theme in Book Titles

Theme of the Pentateuch.
Theme Play: Exciting Young Imaginations.
Sixteen Variations on a Single Theme.
The theme of the mutilation of the corpse in the iliad.
The Chinese Virago: A Literary Theme.

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