Draped Meaning In Urdu

Draped Meaning In English to Urdu Dictionary is Parday Latkaana پردے لٹکانا. Accurate Draped Translation, Synonyms and Antonyms.
English WordDraped
Urdu Meaningپردے لٹکانا
Kapri Say Aarasta Karna کپڑی سے آراستہ کرنا
Parday Latkaana پردے لٹکانا

Definitions of Draped

adj. covered with or as if with clothes or a wrap or cloak. Contrasted with uncovered.

adj. curtained; -- of windows. Opposite of curtainless.

Synonyms For Draped , Similar to Draped

Array, Cloak, Clothe, Cover, Dangle, Display, Don, Dress, Droop, Drop, Enclose, Enswathe, Envelop, Enwrap, Fold, Hang, Line, Model, Roll, Sprawl, Spread, Suspend, Swathe, Wrap, Lean Over, Let Fall,

Antonyms For Draped , Opposite to Draped

Collect, Conceal, Continue, Free, Gather, Hide, Open, Release, Reveal, Rise, Unclothe, Uncover, Unwrap, Let Go, Lay Bare, Undrape,
Draped Urdu Meaning - Find the correct meaning of Draped 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 Draped in Urdu is پردے لٹکانا, and in roman we write it Parday Latkaana. The other meanings are Kapri Say Aarasta Karna and Parday Latkaana. There are also several similar words to Draped in our dictionary, which are Array, Cloak, Clothe, Cover, Dangle, Display, Don, Dress, Droop, Drop, Enclose, Enswathe, Envelop, Enwrap, Fold, Hang, Line, Model, Roll, Sprawl, Spread, Suspend, Swathe, Wrap, Lean Over and Let Fall. Apart from similar words, there are always opposite words in dictionary too, the opposite words for Draped are Collect, Conceal, Continue, Free, Gather, Hide, Open, Release, Reveal, Rise, Unclothe, Uncover, Unwrap, Let Go, Lay Bare and Undrape. After English to Urdu translation of Draped, If you have issues in pronunciation than you can hear the audio of it in the online dictionary.

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