Showing posts with label Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. Show all posts

Saturday, 26 July 2014

Sales fell off after prices went up.


Roman Urdu: Qimatun ke bharne ke ba'd bikri gir gayi.
English: Sales fell off after prices went up.

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I often work off stress by going to the gym.


Roman Urdu: Main aksar zehni bojh se nijat hasil karne ke li'ye gym jata hun.
English: I often work off stress by going to the gym.

Friday, 25 July 2014

I could not carry out this work.


Roman Urdu: Main yeh kam pura nahin kar saka.
English: I could not carry out this work.

Sunday, 20 July 2014

Please don't trot out these explanations.


Roman Urdu: Mehr bani farma kar yeh purani vazahatain mat pesh karo. Main un se ukta gaya hun.
English: Please don't trot out these explanations. I'm fed up with them.

Wednesday, 5 February 2014

He brushed aside my suggestions.


Roman Urdu: Us ne meri tajvizat par tawajjuh na di.
English: He brushed aside my suggestions.

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Friday, 26 July 2013

I have taken to smoking.


Roman Urdu: Mujhe cigarrete noshi ki adat par gayi hai.
English: I have taken to smoking.

Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Give up drinking and turn over a new leaf.


Roman Urdu: Sharab noshi tark karo aur new zindagi ka aghaz karo.
English: Give up drinking and turn over a new leaf.

The thief made off with a lot of money.


He still hasn't come of age.


I worked day in and day out to achieve my goal.


Nothing remained except hunger and disease in the wake of war.


My house is always spick and span.


His new book is selling like hot cakes.


It is raining cats and dogs.


My brother lives in Pakistan, so I only see him once in a blue moon.


He left the job of his own accord.


He is a jack of all trades.


This time she is leaving for good.


We shouldn't wash/air our dirty linen in public.


I handed the weapons over to the police.