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Urdu meanings of EVENING with examples

Word of the day is "EVENING"
Evening (Shaam)

It is evening.
(Sham ho gyi hai)

Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 EVENING

شام ۔
2 EVENING
Adjective
زوال کے وقت کا ، شام کا ، شام ، زوال کا وقت ۔
3 EVENING
Noun, Adjective
مغرب ۔ شام ۔ جُھٹ پٹا ۔ دن کا اختتام اور اندھیرے کا آغاز ۔
4 EVENING

ايونِنگ ۔ شام ۔ رات سے پہلے کا وَقت ۔
5 EVENING

شام ۔


evening

[eev-ning]
  • Synonyms
  • Examples
  • Word Origin
noun
1.
the latter part of the day and early part of the night.
2.
the period from sunset to bedtime:
He spent the evenings reading.
3.
Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S. the time between noon and sunset, including the afternoon and twilight.
4.
any concluding or declining period:
the evening of life.
5.
an evening's reception or entertainment:
Their evenings at home were attended by the socially prominent.
adjective
6.
of or pertaining to evening:
The evening sky shone with stars.
7.
occurring or seen in the evening:
the evening mist.

Origin

Middle English
Old English
1000
before 1000; Middle English; Old English ǣfnung, equivalent to ǣfn(ian) draw toward evening + -ung noun suffix

Synonyms

1. eventide, dusk, twilight, gloaming, nightfall.

even1

[ee-vuh n]
adjective
1.
level; flat; without surface irregularities; smooth:
an even road.
2.
on the same level; in the same plane or line; parallel:
even with the ground.
3.
free from variations or fluctuations; regular:
even motion.
4.
uniform in action, character, or quality:
to hold an even course.
5.
equal in measure or quantity:
Add even amounts of oil and vinegar.
6.
divisible by two, as a number (opposed to odd).
7.
denoted by such a number:
the even pages of a book.
8.
exactly expressible in integers, or in tens, hundreds, etc., without fractional parts:
an even seven miles.
9.
Mathematics. (of a function) having a sign that remains the same when the sign of each independent variable is changed at the same time.
10.
equally balanced or divided; equal:
Check to see if the scales are even.
11.
leaving no balance of debt on either side; square:
We will not be even until I can repay him for saving my life.
12.
calm; placid; not easily excited or angered:
an even temper.
13.
equitable, impartial, or fair:
an even bargain.
adverb
14.
evenly:
The road ran even over the fields.
15.
still; yet (used to emphasize a comparative):
even more suitable.
16.
(used to suggest that something mentioned as a possibility constitutes an extreme case or an unlikely instance):
Even the slightest noise disturbs him. Even if he attends, he may not participate.
17.
just (used to emphasize occurrence, coincidence, or simultaneousness of occurrences):
Even as he lay dying, they argued over his estate.
18.
fully or quite:
even to death.
19.
indeed (used as an intensive for stressing the identity or truth of something):
He is willing, even eager, to do it.
20. exactly or precisely: It was even so
verb (used with object)
21.
to make even; level; smooth (sometimes followed by out):
to even a board with a plane.
22.
to place in an even state as to claim or obligation; balance (often followed by up):
to even up accounts.
verb (used without object)
23.
to become even:
The odds evened before the race.
Verb phrases
24.
even out,
  1. to make or become even, smooth, or flat:
    The wrinkles will even out when the suit dries.
  2. to become equal, balanced, stable, etc.:
    optimistic that the situation would even out eventually.
Idioms
25.
break even, to have one's profits equal one's losses; neither gain nor lose:
The company barely broke even last year.
26.
get even, to be revenged; retaliate:
He vowed to get even for the insult.

Examples from the web for evening

  • Every morning at around dawn and every evening at sunset, he leaves his modest house and makes his way to the desert.
  • Most of us have a morning and an evening routine, whether or not you think of them in those terms.
  • The action takes place on a single winter evening in rooms as frigid as the surrounding snow.
  • Then plant in early evening after temperatures have cooled down.
  • All things equal, the pizza magnate had a pretty good evening.
  • The stress of the day, from morning traffic to the evening news, can make anyone's blood pressure rise.
  • One winter evening long ago, my mom's oven gave out an oily whoosh and started spitting flames.
  • Diaries of the preceding days mention smoky air and a red sun at morning and evening.
  • The effects of the disease, though, go beyond an itchy evening in the garden.
  • It is late in the evening rush hour, typical stop-and-go traffic.

even1

/ˈiːvən/
adjective
1.
level and regular; flat: an even surface
2.
(postpositive) foll by with. on the same level or in the same plane (as): one surface even with another
3.
without variation or fluctuation; regular; constant: an even rate of progress
4.
not readily moved or excited; placid; calm: an even temper
5.
equally balanced between two sides: an even game
6.
equal or identical in number, quantity, etc: two even spoonfuls of sugar
7.
  1. (of a number) divisible by two
  2. characterized or indicated by such a number: maps are on the even pages Compare odd (sense 4)
8.
relating to or denoting two or either of two alternatives, events, etc, that have an equal probability: an even chance of missing or catching a train
9.
having no balance of debt; neither owing nor being owed
10.
just and impartial; fair: an even division
11.
exact in number, amount, or extent: an even pound
12.
equal, as in score; level: now the teams are even
13.
(maths) (of a function) unchanged in value when the sign of the independent variable is changed, as in y = z² See odd (sense 8)
14.
even money
  1. a bet in which the winnings are the same as the amount staked
  2. (as modifier): the even-money favourite
15.
(informal) get even, to exact revenge (on); settle accounts (with)
16.
(law, formal or obsolete) of even date, of the same or today's date
adverb
17.
(intensifier; used to suggest that the content of a statement is unexpected or paradoxical): even an idiot can do that
18.
(intensifier; used with comparative forms): this is even better
19.
notwithstanding; in spite of: even having started late she soon caught him up
20.
used to introduce a more precise version of a word, phrase, or statement: he is base, even depraved
21.
used preceding a clause of supposition or hypothesis to emphasize the implication that whether or not the condition in it is fulfilled, the statement in the main clause remains valid: even if she died he wouldn't care
22.
(archaic) that is to say; namely (used for emphasis): he, even he, hath spoken these things
23.
(archaic) all the way; fully: I love thee even unto death
24.
(conjunction) even as, at the very same moment or in the very same way that: even as I spoke, it thundered
25.
even so, in spite of any assertion to the contrary: nevertheless
verb
26.
to make or become even

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