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Urdu meanings of COMB with examples

Kanghi ko english men kia kehtay hen?

Comb (Kanghi-Kangha)

Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 COMB
Noun
شانہ ۔ کَنگھا ۔ کَنگھی ۔ کُوچ ۔ کُوچی ۔
2 COMB

کنگھا ۔
3 COMB

کومب ۔ کنگھی ۔
4 COMB

کنگھی کرنا ۔
5 COMB
Verb
کنگھی کرنا ۔ کھریرا کرنا ۔ اون یا سن کو صاف کرنا ۔


comb1

[kohm]
  • Examples
  • Word Origin
noun
1.
a toothed strip of plastic, hard rubber, bone, wood, or metal, used for arranging the hair, untangling it, or holding it in place.
2.
a currycomb.
3.
any comblike instrument, object, or formation.
4.
the fleshy, more or less serrated outgrowth on the head of certain gallinaceous birds, especially the domestic fowl.
5.
something resembling or suggesting this, as the crest of a wave.
6.
a honeycomb, or any similar group of cells.
7.
a machine for separating choice cotton or wool fibers from noil.
verb (used with object)
15.
to arrange or adorn (the hair) with a comb.
16.
to use (something) in the manner of a comb:
She was slowly combing her fingers through her hair.
17.
to remove (anything undesirable) with or as if with a comb:
She combed the snarls out of her hair. They combed the cowards from the group.
18.
to search everywhere in:
He combed the files for the missing letter.
19.
to separate (textile fibers) with a comb.
20.
to scrape with or as with a comb.
21.
to sweep across; rake:
High winds combed the seacoast.

Origin

 before 900; Middle English; Old English comb, camb; cognate with Old High German kamb  
(German Kamm), Old Norse kambr, Greek gómphos pin, peg, gomphíos molar tooth; 
 
Related forms
combless, adjective
comblessness, noun
uncombed, adjective
well-combed, adjective

Examples from the web for comb
  • So every night she used to comb his hair and pick out the white ones.
  • If hair takes on a tinge of green after swimming in a chlorine laden pool, simply comb tomato sauce through it.
  • Never mind-he can get some work done on his cell phone and comb his hair in the process.

British Dictionary definitions for comb

comb

/kəʊm/
noun
1.
a toothed device of metal, plastic, wood, etc, used for disentangling or arranging hair
2.
a tool or machine that separates, cleans, and straightens wool, cotton, etc
3.
(Austral & NZ) the fixed cutter on a sheep-shearing machine

coomb

/kuːm/
noun
1.
(mainly Southern English) a short valley or deep hollow, esp in chalk areas
2.
(mainly Northern English) another name for cirque
Word Origin
Old English cumb (in place names), probably of Celtic origin; compare Old French combe small valley and Welsh cwm valley
Word Origin and History for comb
n.
Old English camb "comb, crest, honeycomb" (later Anglian comb), from West Germanic *kambaz (cf. Old Saxon and Old High German camb, German Kamm, Middle Dutch cam, Dutch kam, Old Norse kambr), literally "toothed object," from PIE *gombhos, from root *gembh- "to bite, tooth" (cf. Greek gomphos "a molar tooth," Sanskrit gambha-s "tooth").
 
 

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