Parts of body idioms with Hindi and Urdu meanings Part 2 PDF

Parts of body idioms with Hindi and Urdu meanings and sentences PDF. Idioms related to body parts in Urdu and Hindi. Idioms about Parts of body.

Parts of body idioms with Hindi and Urdu meanings and sentences PDF. The long list of idioms related to body parts will help you improve your communication skills. Having learned the idioms you will be able to add more assertiveness to your language.

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Elbow someone out
To force or pressure someone out
دھکے دے کر نکالنا / زبردستی نکال باہر کرنا
They tried to elbow me out, but I held on to what was mine.


Elbow grease
Working hard with the hand
دستی کام کرنا /مشقت طلب کام کرنا
Put enough elbow grease into shining the brass candlesticks.


Rub elbow with someone
To work closely with someone, to associate with someone
شریک کار ہونا /کسی کے ساتھ کام کرنا
I have rubbing elbows with some very interesting people at work recently.


Break your back
Work extremely hard, put in a lot of effort
انتہائی سخت محنت کرنا
I am not going to break my back for such a low salary.


Back to well
In serious difficulty
دیوار سے لگنا/ سخت مصیبت یا مشکل میں ہونا
With his back to the well, the supplier had to accept the deal.


Keep your back covered
Take precautions
حفاظتی تدابیر اپنانا/ اپنا آپ محفوظ بنانا
You’d better make a copy of that letter to keep your back covered.


Stab in the back
Betray; do harm to someone
پیٹھ میں چھرا گھونپنا/غداری کرنا
His best friend stabbed him in the back voting against him.


Back- scratching
Favour against favour
مٹھی گرم کرنا / مفاد کے بدلے مفاد حاصل کرنا
It takes a bit of mutual back-scratching to get a bill passed through the parliament.


Set one back on one’s heels
To surprise/shock/overwhelm someone
حیران و پریشان کر دینا/ حواس باختہ کر دینا
The announcement on the school’s loudspeaker set everyone back on their heels.


Get off(someone’s) back
To stop criticizing or nagging someone
پیچھا چھوڑنا / مزید تنگ یا پریشان نہ کرنا
I wish that my mother would get off my back about trying to find a better job.


Go belly up
Be unsuccessful, bankrupt
منہ کی کھانا / نا کام ہونا
The restaurant went belly up before the end of the first year.


Back-breaking work
Hard labour; strenuous physical work
انتہائی سخت کام / مشقت
Lifting heavy bales and loading them into a truck is back-breaking work.


Cannot stomach
Cannot stand; cannot bear
بات ہضم نہیں ہوتی/ یقین نہیں آتا
Narmeen cannot stomach violent movies.


Turn someone’s stomach
To disgust someone
بیزار کر دینا
The play was so bad that it turned my stomach.


Cast iron stomach
Eat and drink what you like
لکڑی ہضم پتھر ہضم
I don’t know how you can eat that spicy food. You must have a cast-iron stomach!


Difficult to stomach
Difficult to be accepted
جس پہ یقین کرنا مشکل ہو
It is difficult to stomach my friend when she begins to complain about things.


Eyes are bigger than one’s stomach
Taking more food than one can eat
پیٹو/ بہت زیادہ کھانے والا
My eyes were bigger than my stomach when I went to the buffet table.


Get butterflies in one’s stomach
A feeling of fear or anxiety
بے چینی کا احساس
I got butterflies in my stomach just before I took the test.


Keep one’s feet on the ground
Act in a sensible and practical way
قدم جمائے رکھنا / عقل مندی سے کام لینا
Amjad kept his feet on the ground and invested his money very wisely.


Keep fingers crossed
Hope for something better
اچھائی یا کامیابی  کی توقع کرنا
I’m doing my driving test tomorrow. Keep your fingers crossed for me!


Make blood run cold
Shock or scare
ڈرانا دہشت زدہ کر دینا
The look in the prisoner’s eyes made my blood run cold.


Blood, sweat and tears
A lot of effort and hard work
سخت محنت مشقت
His success was only due to blood, sweat and tears all the way.


Curdle someone’s blood
To frighten or disgust
ڈرانا یا زچ کرنا
The story was scary enough to curdle your blood.


Flesh and blood
A human begin
This cold weather is more than flesh and blood can stand.


In cold blood
Without feeling; with cruel intent
بغیر احساس کے /سنگ دلی سے
The killer walked up and shot the woman in cold blood.


That makes my blood boil!
Make your really angry
جو آپ کو ناراض یا غصیلا کردے
His condescending attitude made my blood boil!


In the blood
Built into personality or character
خون میں شامل ہے/شخصیت یا کردار کا حصہ
Arif is a great runner. It’s in his blood.


Some new blood
New personnel; new members brought in
نیا خون / کسی کام میں نئے آنے والے لوگ
This company needs some new blood on its board to bring in new ideas.


Sweat blood
To be very anxious and tens
پسینے چھوٹنا / انتہائی پریشانی یا تناؤ کی کیفیت میں ہونا
What a terrible test! I was really sweating blood at the last.


Blood-shot eyes
Red eyes
سرخ آنکھیں ( دیر تک کام کرنے کی وجہ)
When I study long, hard hours, I get blood-shot eyes.


Bad blood between
Enmity; ill-feeling; hate
دشمنی /مخالفت
There is bad blood between my mother and her sisters.


Burst a blood vessel
Extreme anger
شدید غصہ
When Ali lost my passport, I almost burst a blood vessel.


Body and soul
With great spirit
پورے دل وجان سے
Salman lovers her family with body and soul.


Keep body and soul together
Manage to stay alive, to survive
زندہ رہنا / گزارہ کرنا
The girl has been working very hard to keep body and soul together.


A body blow
Badly damaged or destroyed
بد حال / برے حالات میں
The store was hit with a body blow after price hike.


Over my dead body
Not if I can stop you
میری لاش پر/ میں نہیں ہونے دوں گا
I told my friend that I would lend him money only over my dead body.


Put hair on one’s chest
To be good for someone
کسی کے ساتھ نیکی یا بھلائی کرنا
I told my friend that vegetable juice will put hair on his chest.


Split hairs
To argue about something unimportant
بال کی کھال اتارنا
The manager has a tendency to split hair and waste our time.


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