Indeed meaning in Urdu are برحق, در اصل, در حقیقت, یقیناً, ضرور, البتہ, ٹھیک Indeed in Urdu. More meanings of indeed, it’s definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.
Indeed Meaning In Urdu
Meaning in Urdu is, as written in Urdu سچ, and Sach, as written in Roman Urdu. Indeed Urdu Meanings include Yaqeenan, Fi Al Haqeeqat, Asal Mein, Darasal, Waqai, and Sach Much. All of the meanings are written in Urdu and Roman Urdu. Indeed is defined as “in reality; in truth and in fact.” It is used in a variety of contexts, most notably to denote emphasis, concession or admission, and surprise. According to parts of speech, it is an adverb. It is correctly spelled [in-fact]. Indeed, as in deed, the term originated in Middle English.
اردو میں اس کا مطلب ہے، جیسا کہ اردو میں سچ لکھا جاتا ہے، اور سچ، جیسا کہ رومن اردو میں لکھا جاتا ہے۔ درحقیقت اردو میں یقین، فی الحقیقت، اصل میں، درسل، وقائ، اور سچ مچ شامل ہیں۔ تمام معنی اردو اور رومن اردو میں لکھے گئے ہیں۔ درحقیقت کی تعریف “حقیقت میں؛ سچائی اور حقیقت میں” کے طور پر کی گئی ہے۔ یہ مختلف سیاق و سباق میں استعمال ہوتا ہے، خاص طور پر زور، رعایت یا داخلہ، اور تعجب کی نشاندہی کرنے کے لیے۔ تقریر کے حصوں کے مطابق، یہ ایک فعل ہے. اس کی ہجے درست ہے [حقیقت میں]۔ درحقیقت، جیسا کہ عمل میں ہے، اس اصطلاح کی ابتدا مڈل انگریزی میں ہوئی ہے۔
Other meanings of Indeed include Absolutely, Amen, Doubtlessly, Easily, Even, Much, Naturally, Positively, Really, Strictly, Surely, Truly, Undeniably, Undoubtedly, Verily, Veritably, Very, Well, Sure Thing, For Real, Of Course, In Point Of Fact, Very Much, In Truth, and To Be Sure. Indeed’s antonyms are Doubtfully, Dubiously, Indefinitely, and Questionably.
Meanings of the word Indeed in Urdu are ضرور – zaruur, ٹھیک – thiik, در حقیقت – dar haqiiqat, البتہ – albattah, یقیناً – yaqiinan and در اصل – dar asl. You can get some assistance in figuring out how to translate the word Indeed into Urdu by looking at words that are very nearly connected to Indeed or by looking up the word’s translation in Urdu. Indeed can be synonymous with more than one of these words, including some of the words listed above. In the event that you require even further information, you may also think about looking up all of the different definitions of the term Indeed. If there is a match, we also include idioms and quotations that either include this word or its translations in them or use any of the related words in English or Urdu translations. If there is no match, we do not include idioms and quotations. Indeed can be used as a literary example in a sentence by taking any of these idioms or quotes and putting them together. If you find it difficult to read these definitions in Urdu, we have also provided them in Roman Urdu for your convenience.
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(adverb) : (used as an interjection) an expression of surprise or skepticism or irony etc.
(adverb) : in truth (often tends to intensify)
“If repression has indeed been the fundamental link between power, knowledge, and sexuality since the classical age, it stands to reason that we will not be able to free ourselves from it except at a considerable cost.-Michel Foucault
“It is folly for an eminent man to think of escaping censure, and a weakness to be affected with it. All the illustrious persons of antiquity, and indeed of every age in the world, have passed through this fiery persecution.-Joseph Addison
“Others indeed may talk, and write, and fight about liberty, and make an outward pretense to it but the free-thinker alone is truly free.-George Berkeley
“The right to be let alone is indeed the beginning of all freedoms.-William O.Douglas
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What do you mean by indeed?
Meanings of indeed are ضرور – zaruur, ٹھیک – thiik, در حقیقت – dar haqiiqat, البتہ – albattah, یقیناً – yaqiinan and در اصل – dar asl
Whats the definition of indeed?
Definition of the indeed are(used as an interjection) an expression of surprise or skepticism or irony etc.
in truth (often tends to intensify)
What is the synonym of indeed?
Synonym of word indeed are absolutely, opportune, yea, ay, obligatory, justifiable, veritably, detrect, just, in reality
What are the idioms with the word indeed?
Here are the idioms with the word indeed in them.
Knowlege indeed is better even than great valour
Medicine for the dead is indeed too late
What are the idioms related to indeed?
Here are the idioms that are related to the word indeed.
- Dying is as natural as living
- You cannot escape necessities you can conquer them
- You cannot escape necessities; you can conquer them
- Hear god and god will hear you
- As sure as a gun
What are the quotes with word indeed?
Here are the quotes with the word indeed in them
If repression has indeed been the fundamental link between power, knowledge, and sexuality since the classical age, it stands to reason that we will not be able to free ourselves from it except at a considerable cost. — Michel Foucault
It is folly for an eminent man to think of escaping censure, and a weakness to be affected with it. All the illustrious persons of antiquity, and indeed of every age in the world, have passed through this fiery persecution. — Joseph Addison
Others indeed may talk, and write, and fight about liberty, and make an outward pretence to it but the free-thinker alone is truly free. — George Berkeley
The right to be let alone is indeed the beginning of all freedoms. — William O.Douglas