Electrolyze Meaning In Urdu

Electrolyze Meaning In English to Urdu Dictionary is Sarana سڑانا. Accurate Electrolyze Translation, Synonyms and Antonyms.
English WordElectrolyze
Urdu Meaningسڑانا
Barq E Pashi Ke Zariye Farsodah Karna برق پاشی کے ذریعے فرسودہ کرنا
Sarana سڑانا
Tahleel Karna تحلیل کرنا

Definitions of Electrolyze

transitive v. To decompose by the direct action of electricity.

transitive v. To subject to electrolysis.

Form : Verb (used With Object), Electrolyzed, Electrolyzing. Physical Chemistry.

How To Spell Electrolyze : [ih-lek-truh-lahyz]

Synonyms For Electrolyze , Similar to Electrolyze

Decompose, Determine, Disintegrate, Dissect, Dissolve, Divide, Hydrolyze, Parse, Part, Resolve, Separate, Lay Bare, Anatomize, Break Up, Cut Up, Decompound,

Antonyms For Electrolyze , Opposite to Electrolyze

Assemble, Combine, Connect, Join, Marry, Synthesize, Unite, Waver, Put Together,
Electrolyze Urdu Meaning - Find the correct meaning of Electrolyze 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 Electrolyze in Urdu is سڑانا, and in roman we write it Sarana. The other meanings are Barq E Pashi Ke Zariye Farsodah Karna, Sarana and Tahleel Karna. There are also several similar words to Electrolyze in our dictionary, which are Decompose, Determine, Disintegrate, Dissect, Dissolve, Divide, Hydrolyze, Parse, Part, Resolve, Separate, Lay Bare, Anatomize, Break Up, Cut Up and Decompound. Apart from similar words, there are always opposite words in dictionary too, the opposite words for Electrolyze are Assemble, Combine, Connect, Join, Marry, Synthesize, Unite, Waver and Put Together. After English to Urdu translation of Electrolyze, If you have issues in pronunciation than you can hear the audio of it in the online dictionary.

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