About Urdu Proverbs (Muhvarat)
A proverb is a simple and concrete saying popularly known and repeated, which expresses a truth, based on common sense or the practical experience of humanity. Proverbs and sayings are short statements of wisdom or advice. In Urdu these proverbs are called Urdu Muhavaray or Urdu Muhavrat. This Proverb Dictionary is a categorically Dictionary of English and Urdu Proverbs.
It’s an OFFLINE dictionary so does not need any internet connection. A comprehensive catalog of proverbs that would make you express in a way, that will leave others impressed. Which can be used in daily conversation, a book, a news report and so on? We expect that it will leave a strong influence of your knowledge on the reader or the listener. It can be downloaded and saved in your android smart phone without occupying too much space. This app is free, user friendly and also lets you read the meaning of a particular proverb in English. It is a dual proverb dictionary you can learn daily used Urdu proverbs and their meaning in English, especially for students as well as teachers. We hope you will consider it one of the best learning and Educational App.
All you need to do is download this app and select the proverb from the list. The app not only displays the proverb, but also prompts the translation in English.
Proverbs are used by speakers for a variety of purposes. Sometimes they are used as a way of saying something gently. Other times, they are used to carry more weight in a discussion. Proverbs can also be used to simply make a conversation/discussion more impressive and meaningful.
Now find a list of all such commonly used proverbs and their meanings easily accessible on your android device.
* It offers the most comprehensive collection of proverbs from Urdu to English.
* Complete free and offline Proverbs Dictionary.
* Best dictionary for students studying Urdu and English literature, professionals, and academics and for use at work or at home.
*User Friendly and Cool GUI with HD Graphics.
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