Urdu Word خارج کرنا Meaning in English - Deleted - خارج کرنا کا مطلب انگلش میں

Searched WordKharij Karna
English WordDeleted
Urdu Meaningخارج کرنا
Mitana مٹانا
Qalam Zad Karna قلم زد کرنا
Kharij Karna خارج کرنا

Synonyms For Deleted , Similar to Deleted

Annul, Bleep, Cancel, Clean, Cut, Decontaminate, Destroy, Drop, Edit, Efface, Eliminate, Exclude, Expunge, Obliterate, Omit, Rub, Sanitize, Snip, Squash, Squelch, Sterilize, Trim, Rule Out, Cut Out, Wipe Out, Pass Up, Clean Up, Blot Out, Black Out, Strike Out, Cross Out,

Antonyms For Deleted , Opposite to Deleted

Accept, Add, Allow, Build, Construct, Create, Dirty, Include, Keep, Restore, Welcome, Put In,

Urdu to English Meaning of خارج کرنا is Deleted. In Roman Urdu it is written as Kharij Karna.

Kharij Karna خارج کرنا Meaning in English - Find the correct meaning of Kharij Karna 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 Kharij Karna in English is Deleted, and in Urdu we write it خارج کرنا. The other meanings are Mitana, Qalam Zad Karna and Kharij Karna. There are also several similar words to Kharij Karna in our dictionary, which are Annul, Bleep, Cancel, Clean, Cut, Decontaminate, Destroy, Drop, Edit, Efface, Eliminate, Exclude, Expunge, Obliterate, Omit, Rub, Sanitize, Snip, Squash, Squelch, Sterilize, Trim, Rule Out, Cut Out, Wipe Out, Pass Up, Clean Up, Blot Out, Black Out, Strike Out and Cross Out. Apart from similar words, there are always opposite words in dictionary too, the opposite words for Kharij Karna are Accept, Add, Allow, Build, Construct, Create, Dirty, Include, Keep, Restore, Welcome and Put In. After Urdu to English translation of Kharij Karna, If you have issues in pronunciation than you can hear the audio of it in the online dictionary.

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