Abatis Meaning In Urdu

Abatis Meaning in English to Urdu is درختوں کو گرا کر ایسا مورچہ بنانا کہ شاخوں کا رخ دشمن کی جانب ہو تاکہ دشمن کو فوجی نقل و حرکت کا پتہ نہ چل سکے, as written in Urdu and Darakhton Ko Gira Kar Aisa Morcha Banana Keh Shakhon Ka Rukh Dushman Ki Janib Ho Taakay Dushman Ko Fouji Naqal O Harkat Ka Pata Nah Chal Sakay, as written in Roman Urdu. Accurate Abatis Translation, Synonyms and Antonyms.

Abatis

[ab-uh-tee, -tis, uh-bat-ee, uh-bat-is]

درختوں کو گرا کر ایسا مورچہ بنانا کہ شاخوں کا رخ دشمن کی جانب ہو تاکہ دشمن کو فوجی نقل و حرکت کا پتہ نہ چل سکے

Darakhton Ko Gira Kar Aisa Morcha Banana Keh Shakhon Ka Rukh Dushman Ki Janib Ho Taakay Dushman Ko Fouji Naqal O Harkat Ka Pata Nah Chal Sakay

Definitions of Abatis

n. A means of defense formed by felled trees, the ends of whose branches are sharpened and directed outwards, or against the enemy.

Form Noun, Plural Abatis [ab-uh-teez, Uh-bat-eez] /ˈæb əˌtiz, əˈbæt Iz/ (Show IPA), Abatises [ab-uh-tis-iz, Uh-bat-uh-siz] /ˈæb əˌtɪs ɪz, əˈbæt ə Sɪz/ (Show IPA)

How To Spell Abatis [ab-uh-tee, -tis, uh-bat-ee, uh-bat-is]

Origin of Abatis Mid 18th century: from French, literally ‘felled (trees)’, from Old French abatre ‘to fell’ (see abate).

Abatis Urdu Meaning - Find the correct meaning of Abatis in Urdu, it is important to understand the word properly when we translate it from English to Urdu. There are always several meanings of each word in Urdu, the correct meaning of Abatis in Urdu is درختوں کو گرا کر ایسا مورچہ بنانا کہ شاخوں کا رخ دشمن کی جانب ہو تاکہ دشمن کو فوجی نقل و حرکت کا پتہ نہ چل سکے, and in roman we write it Darakhton Ko Gira Kar Aisa Morcha Banana Keh Shakhon Ka Rukh Dushman Ki Janib Ho Taakay Dushman Ko Fouji Naqal O Harkat Ka Pata Nah Chal Sakay. The other meanings are Darakhton Ko Gira Kar Aisa Morcha Banana Keh Shakhon Ka Rukh Dushman Ki Janib Ho Taakay Dushman Ko Fouji Naqal O Harkat Ka Pata Nah Chal Sakay. Abatis is an noun, plural abatis [ab-uh-teez, uh-bat-eez] /ˈæb əˌtiz, əˈbæt iz/ (Show IPA), abatises [ab-uh-tis-iz, uh-bat-uh-siz] /ˈæb əˌtɪs ɪz, əˈbæt ə sɪz/ (Show IPA) according to parts of speech. It finds its origins in Mid 18th century: from French, literally ‘felled (trees)’, from Old French abatre ‘to fell’ (see abate). Abatis is spelled as [ab-uh-tee, -tis, uh-bat-ee, uh-bat-is]. After English to Urdu translation of Abatis, If you have issues in pronunciation than you can hear the audio of it in the online dictionary.