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Thursday, 7 February 2013

Top 20 Hindi Idioms

Top 20 Hindi Idioms
Top 20 Hindi Idioms
Hindi Idioms are very interesting. It would be useful to learn some of the idioms in Hindi as they are used quite often in daily life. Find here list of top 20 Hindi idioms with their meaning.

1,  Dal mey kucch kaala hai
    (Meaning: To be suspicious)

2. Choona lagana
    (Meaning: To cheat someone.)

3, Jale par namak chidkana
    (Meaning: To add to someone's misery.)

4. Bandar kya jaane adrak ka swaad
    (Meaning: Use this idiom to refer to someone who doesn't    know and hence, can't appreciate.)

5. Ek teer, do nishane
    (Meaning:  To use one resource and achieve two things.)

6. Jaise karni, vaise bharni
    (Meaning: The result will be a direct outcome of your efforts.)

7. Bheegi Billi
    (Meaning: A coward, to denote incapability.)

8. Laaton ke bhoot baton se nahi maante
    (Meaning: A stubborn person will never accept logic.)

9. Jo garajte hai, voh baraste nahi
    (Meaning: Used to refer to those people who make promises but don't meet them.)

10. Ek aur ek gyarah
      (Meaning: To depict strength in unity.)

11. Anta Bhala To Sab Bhala
      (Meaning: All is well if end is well.)

12. Yeda ban ke Peda khana
      (Meaning: Pretending to be a simpleton and enjoying all the benefits that may come ones way due to the pretense.)

13. Raam Raam Japna Paraya Maal Apna
      (Meaning: pretending to be like a saint but having a very greedy nature.)

14. Gadhe ko bapp ba na na
      (Meaning: To give respect or regard a stupid person so as to gain favor.)

15. Lakerr ka fakir
      (Meaning: Linear thinking or Bureaucratic.)

16. Uske ghar mein der hai andher nahi
      (Meaning: In god's house there might be delay in serving justice but never overlooked.)

17. Ram milaee jodi, ek aandha, ek kodhi
      (Meaning: Made for each other in a negative manner.)

18. Kheesaee billi khamba noche
      (Meaning: To be embarrassed)

19. Baap bada na bhaiya, sabse bada rupaiya
      (Meaning: Money rules over relationships as well.)

20. Tel dekh, tel ki dhar dekh
      (Meaning: be flexible according to situation.)

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