Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs Meaning in Urdu and Hindi with PDF

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Lag behind
Move more slowly than other
Women’s wages still lag behind.


Lash out
Criticize or speak angrily
غصے سے بولنا
He lashed out at those making accusations against him.


Lap up
Accept attention, information with great pleasure 
قبول کرنا
He lapped up all his lies.


Lay down
Establish the law, rules, condition, price limits, speed limits etc.
اصول وضع کرنا
The directives lay down the hygiene conditions in order to prevent food poisoning.


Lay off
Ask the workers, staff, men, employees to  leave the job
نوکری چھوڑنے کو کہنا
They will have to lay off some of their staff.


Let down
Disappoint someone
مایوس کرنا
You can rely on me; I’ll never let you down.


Let down
Lower or deflate any bucket, plane,  balloon
نیچے لٹکانا
Hang on! I’ll let down a rope so that you can come up.


Let in
Allow to come into a place
اجازت دینا
Let yourself in!


Let off
1.     To punishment lightly or no punishment at all.

2.     To allow not to do something.

3.     To fire a gun etc.

سزا دینا بندوق سے گولی چلانا
1.     She was let off with only reprimand.

2.     We have been let off school today as our teacher is sick.

3.     They let off some fireworks to celebrate the occasion.


Let on
Reveal a secret
رازافشاں کرنا
Don’t let on about this. It must remain a secret.


Let out
1.     Release, allow to leave a place

2.     Make a loud sound

3.     To make a  garment looser

4.     Give on rent

کرائے پر دینا ،اونچی آوا زنکالنا
1.     Did you let the dog out?

2.     I let out  a scream and he came running

3.     This shirt is too tight. I’ll have to let it out at the waist.

4.     She lets out rooms to student.


Light up
Start smoking
سگریٹ نوشی کرنا
Lighting up is increasingly regarded as an antisocial activity.


Light up
To make bright or full of light
روشن کرنا
Fireworks lit up the sky in the middle of the event, which gave the night a special touch.


Line up
Put people or things in a row
قطار میں  کھڑا کرنا
Miss Narmeen lined up the kids according to their age.  


Live down
To behave in such a way that some past embarrassment, or failure is forgotten
تلخی بھلا دینا
Jake has spent his life trying to live down his father’s reputation.


Live for
To regard something/somebody as the aim of one’s life
زندگی کا مقصد ہونا
She lives for her work.


Live on
1.     To continue to live or exist

2.     To have something as one’s food

3.     To live on something for financial support.

کام کی جگہ رہنا
1.     Asim is dead but his music lives on.

2.     Martin Luther King’s dream lives on 20n years after his death.

3.     My husband and I could literally live on fish tacos.


Live out
1.     To do in reality what one thinks about, believes

2.     To spend the rest of one’s life

باقی زندگی گزارنا، یقین رکھنا
1.     He is hopeful to live out his dreams.

2.     His lived out his days alone.


Live through
To experience something and survive it
کسی چیز کا تجربہ حاصل کرنا
He lived through both World Wars.


Live up to
To behave as expected
متوقع رویہ اختیار کرنا
He failed to live up to his principles.


Live with
To accept and tolerate  something
برداشت کرنا
You’ll have to live with this new situation without any complaint.


Liven up
To become or make something lively
خوش گوار بنانا
We must add some games to liven up the birthday party.


Log off
Exit a computer system
کمپیوٹر بند کرنا
Before you log off, close any programs and document you have open, ensuring that you save any changes you make.


Log on
Enter a computer system
کمپیوٹر چلانا
When I logged on, I was asked to change my password.


Look after
Take care of
دیکھ بھال کرنا
One of the most difficult jobs in the world is looking after a new baby.


Look around
1.     To look at something behind or look in different directions

2.     Visit a place

3.     To examine various possibilities

مختلف سمتوں میں  دیکھنا
1.     She looked around and saw him.

2.     I looked around the place but I didn’t see it.

3.     Have you started looking around for a job?


Look back
To remember the past
پرانی بادیں تازہ کرنا
That was 10 years ago and we never looked back.


Look for
Try to find
I’m looking for my keys. Have you seen them?


Look forward to
eager for something as some enjoyable is to happen
اتظار میں ہونا
I’m looking forward to the concert.


Look up
Something improving as business
بہتری کرنا
I’m so glad that things are all looking up for you.


Look up
1.     To pay a visit after some time.

2.     To find something in dictionary

کہیں جانا ،ڈکشنری میں لفظ دیکھنا
1.     Look me up next time you are in town.

2.     Can you look up this difficult word in the dictionary?


Look up to
Admire and respect somebody
تعریف کرنا
When I was a child I always looked up to my grandparents, who were wonderful people.


Lump together
Put things in one group or treat them in the same way.
اکھٹے کرنا
Sudan was created by lumping together different desert nations.


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