Translation of Urdu in Spanish:


urdu, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʊrdu/ /ˈərdu/ /ˈʊəduː/ /ˈəːduː/

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    urdu masculine
    • He saw old manuscripts and spoke about similarities of Urdu, Arabic and Persian.
    • The proof of the popularity of Urdu in North India is in the sale of Urdu verse in Hindi script.
    • Similar books had been written in Arabic and Urdu, but this was the first of its kind in English.
    • In spite of making Urdu the second official language in some States, the decline has continued.
    • It is without question that more people speak Hindi or Urdu than Spanish.
    • Often piled in corners, they were written in Arabic, German, Urdu and English.
    • He learned Persian, Urdu and Bengali and took an interest in the ancient Sanskrit language.
    • This includes discussions between the defendants and the informant in both Arabic and Urdu.
    • She began to write from the right hand side of the page as if she were writing Urdu.
    • He regretted that though Urdu language is used in speaking, its script is vanishing.
    • The spoken form of Urdu is the same as that of Hindi but it is written in a different script than Hindi.
    • Two thirds of the pupils speak Urdu or Punjabi as their mother tongue.
    • When I was growing up, the only language I ever heard was either Urdu or Hindustani.
    • He spoke to me in chaste Urdu and I had to make do with my ungrammatical Hindi.
    • An Urdu speaker was available if needed to act as translator, although in the event he was not needed.
    • The petition was the outcome of a mass movement in support of Urdu language.
    • It noted there was only limited promotional material in Urdu or any other Asian language.
    • Her first months were spent in language school, where she became proficient in Urdu.
    • Copies of the film are being made in English and Urdu and will be distributed to all schools in south Bradford.
    • His mother tongue was Punjab and the medium of instruction in school was Urdu.