Stroke Meaning In Urdu
Stroke Meaning in English to Urdu is ضرب, as written in Urdu and Zarb, as written in Roman Urdu. There are many synonyms of Stroke which include Achievement, Blow, Feat, Flourish, Hit, Move, Movement, etc.
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Definitions of Stroke
n. The act of striking; a blow; a hit; a knock; esp., a violent or hostile attack made with the arm or hand, or with an instrument or weapon.
n. The result of effect of a striking; injury or affliction; soreness.
n. The striking of the clock to tell the hour.
n. A gentle, caressing touch or movement upon something; a stroking.
n. A mark or dash in writing or printing; a line; the touch of a pen or pencil.
n. Hence, by extension, an addition or amandment to a written composition; a touch.
n. A sudden attack of disease; especially, a fatal attack; a severe disaster; any affliction or calamity, especially a sudden one.
n. A throb or beat, as of the heart.
n. One of a series of beats or movements against a resisting medium, by means of which movement through or upon it is accomplished
n. The rate of succession of stroke.
n. The oar nearest the stern of a boat, by which the other oars are guided; -- called also stroke oar.
n. The rower who pulls the stroke oar; the strokesman.
n. A powerful or sudden effort by which something is done, produced, or accomplished; also, something done or accomplished by such an effort
n. The movement, in either direction, of the piston plunger, piston rod, crosshead, etc., as of a steam engine or a pump, in which these parts have a reciprocating motion; ; also, the entire distance passed through, as by a piston, in such a movement.
n. Power; influence.
transitive v. To strike.
transitive v. To rib gently in one direction; especially, to pass the hand gently over by way of expressing kindness or tenderness; to caress; to soothe.
transitive v. To make smooth by rubbing.
transitive v. To give a finely fluted surface to.
transitive v. To row the stroke oar of.
How To Spell Stroke [strohk]
Origin of Stroke Old English strācian ‘caress lightly’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch streek ‘a stroke’, German streichen ‘to stroke’, also to strike. The earliest noun sense ‘blow’ is first recorded in Middle English.