Munasib Samajna English Meaning - Translate Munasib Samajna (Deign) into English from Urdu

Roman Urdu WordMunasib Samajna
English WordDeign
Urdu Meaningعنایت کرنا
Inayat Karna عنایت کرنا
Munasib Samajna مناسب سمجھنا

Definitions of Deign

intransitive v. To think worthy; to vouchsafe; to condescend; - - followed by an infinitive.

transitive v. To esteem worthy; to consider worth notice; -- opposed to disdain.

transitive v. To condescend to give or bestow; to stoop to furnish; to vouchsafe; to allow; to grant.

Form : Verb (used Without Object)

How To Spell Deign : [deyn]

Origin of Deign : Middle English: from Old French degnier, from Latin dignare, dignari ‘deem worthy’, from dignus ‘worthy’.

Synonyms For Deign , Similar to Deign

Condescend, Consent, Patronize, Stoop, Vouchsafe, See Fit, Deem Worthy,

Antonyms For Deign , Opposite to Deign

Oppose, Refuse, Rise Above, Be Proud, Hold Head High,

Munasib Samajna Meaning from Urdu to English is Deign, and in Urdu it is written as عنایت کرنا. This word is written in Roman Urdu.

Munasib Samajna Meaning in English - Find the correct meaning of Munasib Samajna in English, it is important to understand the word properly when we translate it from Urdu to English. There are always several meanings of each word in English, the correct meaning of Munasib Samajna in English is Deign, and in Urdu we write it عنایت کرنا. There are also several similar words to Munasib Samajna in our dictionary, which are Condescend, Consent, Patronize, Stoop, Vouchsafe, See Fit and Deem Worthy. Apart from similar words, there are always opposite words in dictionary too, the opposite words for Munasib Samajna are Oppose, Refuse, Rise Above, Be Proud and Hold Head High. After Urdu to English translation of Munasib Samajna, If you have issues in pronunciation than you can hear the audio of it in the online dictionary.

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