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adjectiveعمل یا استمال میں ، نزدیک تر واقع ، قریب ، مجوزہ ، پر ، کے اوپر ، پَر ، کے متعلق ، معَین ، کی طرف ، پر مبنی ،
prep.با، بی، پر
جاریjaari
پرper
اوپرooper

English to English

adjective
  1. in operation or operational
  2. (of events) planned or scheduled
preposition
  1. Added to
  2. Paid for by
  3. Regularly taking (a drug or medicine)
  4. Engaged in
  5. At the time of
  6. Indicating the day or part of a day during which an event takes place
  7. On to (a public conveyance) with the intention of traveling in it
  8. While traveling in (a public conveyance)
  9. While traveling in (a public conveyance)
  10. Being broadcast by (a radio or television channel)
  11. Having (the thing mentioned) as a medium for transmitting or storing information
  12. Having (the thing mentioned) as a target for visual focus
  13. Having (the place or thing mentioned) as a target
  14. As a member of (a committee, jury, or other body)
  15. Having (the thing mentioned) as a basis
  16. Having (the thing mentioned) as a topic
  17. Forming a distinctive or marked part of (the surface of something)
  18. In the possession of (the person referred to)
  19. So as to be supported or held by
  20. Supported by (a part of the body)
  21. As a result of accidental physical contact with
  22. Located somewhere in the general surface area of (a place)
  23. Physically in contact with and supported by (a surface)
adverb
  1. indicates continuity or persistence or concentration
  2. in a state required for something to function or be effective
  3. (of an employee) Working
  4. (of a performer, etc.) Broadcasting or acting
  5. (of an electrical appliance or power supply) Functioning
  6. Due to take place as planned
  7. (of an entertainment or other event) Taking place or being presented
  8. Further forward; in an advanced state
  9. Indicating continuation of a movement or action
  10. (of clothing) Being worn by a person
  11. Physically in contact with and supported by a surface

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