Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs list C in Hindi and Urdu translation

Phrasal verbs starting with C in Hindi and Urdu Translation and sentences

English Phrasal Verb List C with Hindi and Urdu Translation. This long list of phrasal verb will help you make your English communication skills powerful and more expressive.

Call back
To return a phone call or call again later
فون کرنا
I’ll call you back as soon as I hear anything.


Call in
Pay somebody a short visit
کسی کے گھر جانا
I’ll call in next time you’re in town.


Call in
Ask somebody , like police or doctor to come and help with a problem
مدد کے لیے بلانا
The situation got out of hand and the Army had to be called in.


Call off
Cancel an event
ختم کرنا
It’s too late to call off the ceremony now.


Call out
Short or announce
اعلان کرنا
He called out the result.


Call up
To telephone somebody
فون کرنا
Call me up when you get there.


Calm down
مطمئن ہونا
She was rude towards him but he was trying to calm her down


Carry away
To behave in a silly  way being too excited or angry etc.
برا رویہ اختیار کرنا
She got carried away in the shop and spent all her money on new dress.


Carry on
To continue
جاری رکھنا
It thing carry on the way they are, you’ll lose your job.


Carry out
1.     Do a task

2.     Review a plan

جاری رکھنا
1.     It’s going to be difficult to carry out that plan.

2.       The government is going to carry out their promises.


Carve  out
To get career, name or reputation by working hard.
محنت سے مقام بنانا
She’s determined enough to carve out new ways for herself.


Catch on
To become popular like some idea, fashion, concept
مقام پانا
The idea eventually caught on and became all the rage by the 1980s.


Chase away
To chase somebody or animal to leave a place with threats or by attacking them
ڈراکر بھگا دینا
A passer-by stopped his car to help and, managed to chase the dog away. No one was bitten.


Check in
Arrival at reception or check-in desk
We checked into the hotel a little after midnight.


Check out
Check that something is correct
جانچ کرنا
You’ve got to check the facts out before you start torturing yourself.


Cheer up
Try to feel happier
خوش ہونا
I got the automatic train engine to cheer up my son who bed is stricken due to illness.


Chew over
To discuss something very carefully
زیر بحث لانا
I can’t imagine Jeffery being the kind of guy to openly argue, but rather chew it over in silence and eventually decide for himself.


Chip in
1.     To contribute

2.      To interrupt

شامل ہونا
1.     Local schools students, individuals and community groups have all chipped in to bring this area alive.

2.     Some senior Army chipped in to was safe and there was no danger.


Clam up
Refuse to
بات کرنے سے انکار کرنا
He would clam up when the conversation turned personal.


Clear off
Something disappeared or is removed 
مطلع صاف ہونا
During the night the fog cleared off.


Clear up
1.     To tidy & clean or remove dirt

2.     To find an answer an explanation for something or settle it

3.     Improvement in weather

صاف کرنا، صفائی پیش کرنا ،صحیح ہونا
1.     I cleared up the mess in the back garden.

2.     2. I think this misunderstanding will be cleared up soon.

3.     The weather is horrible  at the moment. I hope it clears up later.


Climb down
To admit to be wrong
غلطی کا اعتراف کرنا
Threek e Arafat and its supporters were eventually forced to


Clog up
To block like arteries, pipe, drain etc.
رکاوٹ پیدا کرنا
Some types of weed have to be kept in check so that they don’t clog up the pond.


Close down
To close permanently like some factory, plant, company etc.
مستقل چھوڑ دینا
They have closed down their factory.


Come across
To meet someone by chance
کسی سے اچانک ملاقات ہونا
Not long ago, I came across an old friend from my high school.


Come across
Find something by chance
اچانک کچھ مل جانا
I came across a neck less on my way to the market.


Come round
1.     To recover consciousness

2.     to pay someone a visit

کسی سے ملاقات کرنا،ہوش میں آنا
1.     I had no idea what had happened to me when I came round.

2.     I’ll come round to your office later.


Come on
1.     To start something

2.     To make progress

ترقی کرنا
1.     We had a good chat before the film came on.

2.     How’s dinner coming on? I’m starving.


Come to
To recover consciousness
ہوش میں آنا
When he came to, he was being loaded into an ambulance.



Come through
To receive all message, money, news etc.
وصول کرنا
As the final result came through, it couldn’t have been any worse.


Come through
To survive or recover a car crash, crisis etc.
بچ جانا
My cousin came through a serious car accident last week.


Come up
1.     To mention an issue, point, matter etc.

2.     Announcement of job or vacancy.

نمودار ہونا
1.     You’d better make sure you know these verbs became they always come up in the exam.

2.     As new jobs come up, we will contact our old students first.


Come up with
To occur a plan, idea, money etc.
خیال آنا
Let me ponder over, I may with a better idea.


Cool down
1.     To be less hot

2.     To be less excited

ٹھنڈا ہونا
1.     Let food cool down before putting it in the fridge.

2.     Let’s discuss this matter later, so that she is cooled down a bit.


Cop out
Avoid something or one dose not want to keep one’s promises.
وعدے سے پھر جانا
I hope Asim would focus on the freedom issue, but he copped out.


Cough up
Give something
The health minister said the federal government must eventually cough up more money to the health project.


Count on
Rely on somebody for support
بھروسہ کرنا
I can count on Junaid for any latest information.


Crack down
To be stricter
سختی کرنا
We need to crack down on youth offenders with heavy penalties and teach them respect for other people.


Cut back
To reduce spending, public, cost budget etc.
خرچ کرنا
Kraft Food announced plans to cut back on sugar and fat in some products.


Cut down
To reduce the amount of smoking, cigarettes, luxuries etc.
کمی کرنا
People with diabetes are usually advised to cut down on sugar and sugary foods.


Cut down
To cut a tree, forest etc.
کانٹا یا الگ  کرنا
The tree was damaged in the storm so they had to cut it down.


Cut off
To cut off the supply of electricity or water
فراہمی منتقل کرنا
Due to non-payment of bills, their electricity was cut off.


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