(In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)

(In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)

MEND urdu meanings with examples

MEND
(Islah, Sudharna)
You will have to mend your ways.
(Tumhen Khud ko sudharna paray ga)

Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1MEND

جوتے مرمت کرنا ۔
2MEND
Noun
دَرُستی ۔ مُرمّت ۔ رَفُو ۔ سُدھار ۔ اِصلاح ۔
3MEND
Verb
مُرمّت کرنا ۔ نُقصان رسیدہ چیز کو دَرُست کرنا ۔ سُدھارنا ۔ اِصلاح کرنا
4MEND
Verb
مر مت کرنا ۔
5MEND
Noun
چاک بھرنا ، رفو ، مرمت ۔

mend

[mend]
verb (used with object)
1.
to make (something broken, worn, torn, or otherwise damaged) whole, sound, or usable by repairing:
to mend old clothes; to mend a broken toy.
2.
to remove or correct defects or errors in.
3.
to set right; make better; improve:
to mend matters.
verb (used without object)
4.
to progress toward recovery, as a sick person.
5.
(of broken bones) to grow back together; knit.
6.
to improve, as conditions or affairs.
noun
7.
the act of mending; repair or improvement.
8.
a mended place.
Idioms
9.
mend sail, Nautical. to refurl sails that have been badly furled.
Also, mend the furl.
10.
on the mend,
  1. recovering from an illness.
  2. improving in general, as a state of affairs:
    The breach between father and son is on the mend.

Related forms
mendable, adjective
remend, verb
unmendable, adjective
unmended, adjective
well-mended, adjective

Synonyms

1. fix, restore, retouch. Mend, darn, patch mean to repair something and thus renew its usefulness. Mend is a general expression that emphasizes the idea of making whole something damaged: to mend a broken dish, a tear in an apron. Darn and patch are more specific, referring particularly to repairing holes or rents. To darn is to repair by means of stitches interwoven with one another: to darn stockings. To patch is to cover a hole or rent (usually) with a piece or pieces of similar material and to secure the edges of these; it implies a more temporary or makeshift repair than the others: to patch the knees of trousers, a rubber tire. 2. rectify, amend, emend. 3. ameliorate, meliorate. 4. heal, recover, amend.

Examples from the web for mend

  • Supporters of the campaign also say that it will be an attempt to mend relations with.
  • Unable to hunt, it died-likely of starvation-before its injury could mend.
  • So, even if it threatens the waistline, a good marriage might actually help mend broken hearts.
  • You'll have said what's on your heart, and they'll see the light and mend their ways.
  • It is the strongest sign that the country is at last on the mend.
  • The fixes are designed to mend as well as to prevent future such incidents.
  • Stem cells mend broken rat hearts, stone cold sober astronauts and more.
  • Keep on schedule and on the mend with one of our mobile fleet.
  • Though the world economy is on the mend the huge overhang of new vessels on order will present a problem for shipping companies.
  • One can't mend years of disillusionment with government and science over night.

British Dictionary definitions for mend


mend

/mɛnd/

verb
1.
(transitive) to repair (something broken or unserviceable)
2.
to improve or undergo improvement; reform (often in the phrase mend one's ways)
3.
(intransitive) to heal or recover
4.
(intransitive) (of conditions) to improve; become better
5.
(transitive) (Northern English) to feed or stir (a fire)
noun
6.
the act of repairing
7.
a mended area, esp on a garment
8.
on the mend, becoming better, esp in health
Derived Forms
mendable, adjectivemender, noun

Word Origin and History for mend

v.
c.1200, "to repair," from a shortened form of Old French amender . Meaning "to put right, atone for, amend (one's life), repent" is from c.1300; that of "to regain health" is from early 15c. Related: Mended; mending.
n.
early 14c., "recompense, reparation," from mend (v.). Meaning "act of mending; a repaired hole or rip in fabric" is from 1888. Phrase on the mend attested from 1802.

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