List of English IDIOMS in Urdu Meanings with Sentences PDF English Idioms with Urdu Meanings and Sentences Used in Daily life Conversation for Exams like CSS, PPSC, FPSC, NTS, IELTS, TOEFL and other exams English idioms in Urdu with PDF Book
|1.||Above all |
سب سے بڑھ کراہم
Ali is wise, hard-working and above all honest.
|2.||After all |
You should help Asad, after all he is your friend.
|3.||Beneath one’s dignity |
It is below your dignity to disobey your teacher.
|4.||Better half |
His better half is a good housekeeper.
|5.||A bird’s eye view |
We got a bird’s eye view of city from the top of the tower.
|6.||Birds of a feather |
ہم مزاج لوگ
He will get on well with Adil, they are birds of a feather.
|7.||To the bitter end |
آخری انجام تک
The workers vowed to fight to the bitter end for their rights.
|8.||Below the belt |
You know, it is below the belt to cheat a friend.
|9.||Broken reed |
نا قابل اعتبارشخص
I cannot trust him as he is a broken reed.
|10.||Bring something to light |
New facts about the war have been brought to light.
|11.||Build castles in the air |
خیالی پلاؤ پکانا
To pass examination without hard work is like to build castles in the air.
|12.||A close-fisted man |
He does not spend any money as he is a close-fisted man.
|13.||Come to terms/make terms |
سمجھوتا کر لینا
At last they had to come to terms.
|14.||Come to grief |
نا کام ہوجانا
Their plan came to grief in the end.
|15.||Come to an end |
The war came to an end at last.
|16.||Be at daggers drawn |
ایک دوسرے کے سخت مخالف ہونا
She is at daggers drawn with her husband.
|17.||Cut something short |
مختصر کر دینا
His glittering career was cut short by a heart attack.
|18.||A dog’s life |
ذلت کی زندگی
Death is better than a dog’s life.
|19.||Fair or square deal |
Most of the workers do not think that they are getting a square deal.
|20.||Find fault with |
Do not try to find faults with others, mend yourself first.
|21.||Go up in smoke |
Her dream of becoming doctor went in smoke when she could not get admission to a medical college.
|22.||Be at hand |
I am working hard as the examination is at hand.
|23.||Be hard up |
غریب,تنگی میں ہونا
He is too hard up to enjoy even a single meal a day.
|24.|| hard and fast |
We will have to follow the hard and fast rules of this office.
|25.||Hair-breath escape/ narrow escape |
بال بال بچنا
Adeel had a narrow escape from drowning((ڈوبنے سے.
بے کارشخص / چیز
The Government should get rid(چھٹکارا پانا) of those departments which are good-for-nothing.
|27.||Golden age |
The Muslims remember golden age of their forefathers.
|28.||Green horn |
نا تجربہ کار شخص
The man can easily be tricked as he is a green horn.
|29.||Golden opportunity |
Wise men avail themselves of golden opportunities.
|30.||Heart and soul |
دل و جان سے
She loves her son heart and soul.
|31.||High and mighty |
People dislike him as he always tries to be high and mighty .
|32.||In black and white |
Saleem makes every agreement in black and white.
|33.||In a nutshell |
To put it in a nutshell, the show was very exciting.
|34.||Hold one’s tongue |
بکواس بند کرو
Hold your tongue and do not abuse him like that.
|35.||Hold one’s head high/up |
Those who do noble deeds can hold their heads high.
|36.||Hold one’s own |
Although he is new in this race, he seems to be holding his own.
|37.||Hue and cry |
There was a great hue and cry in the battle field.
|38.||Hold no brief for |
حما یت نہ کرنا
You should hold no brief for this criminal.
|39.||Be at large |
آ زاد ہونا
The two robbers are still at large.
|40.||Lead somebody astray |
Ali was led astray by some of his friends.
|41.||Leave in lurch |
مصیبت میں ساتھ چھو ڑنا
Do not leave your friends in the lurch.
|42.||Lame excuse |
You cannot win her favour by lame excuses.
|43.||In the teeth of |
مشکلات کے با وجود
The bill was passed in the teeth of strong opposition.
|44.||Jack of all trades |
Naeem is jack of all trades but master of none.
|45.||Keep an eye on |
Please keep an eye on things here until I get back.
|46.||Keep at arm’s length |
The teachers should keep the students at arm’s length.
|47.||Keep something dark |
They kept their meeting dark.
|48.||Keep one’s temper |
He could not keep his temper when Ali abused him.
|49.||Keep open house |
مہمان نوازی کو تیار رہنا
He keeps open house for his guests.
|50.||Keep pace with |
Incomes have failed to keep pace with ever increasing dearness.
|51.||Maiden speech |
She impressed us with her maiden speech.
|52.||Make the best of it |
نا کامی کو کامیابی میں بدلنا
The job was against her taste, but she made the best of it.
|53.||Make both ends meet |
مشکل سے گزر بسرکرنا
It is very difficult for the poor to make both ends meet.
|54.||Make a mountain of a molehill |
بتنگڑ بنانا /رائ کا پہاڑ بنانا
Our boss made mountain of a molehill when he fired Ahmad for making a little mistake.
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