Proverbs/Idioms Listमुहावरे/लोकोक्तियाँ

  1. Obstacle in the way
  2. Oh! the folly of keeping so much!
  3. Old age, young ways
  4. Old birds are not to be caught by chaff
  5. Old dogs will not learn new tricks
  6. On the horns of a dilemma
  7. On visiting terms
  8. On what basis with whose support
  9. Once a traitor always a traitor
  10. Once bitten, twice shy
  11. One and all to have taken leave of their senses
  12. One beats the bush, another has the hare
  13. One cannot see the wood for the trees
  14. One dirty fish spoils the whole pond
  15. One excellence superimposed over another
  16. One fights best when driven to the wall
  17. One fish infects the whole water
  18. One flower makes no garland
  19. One fool is enough
  20. One having no basis
  21. One man cannot manage the whole show single-handed
  22. One man's meat is another man's poison
  23. One nail drives another
  24. One on top of the other
  25. One post, a hundred candidates
  26. One swallow does not make a summer
  27. One taking the danger for a common cause
  28. One trouble on the top of another
  29. One way or the other would bring about the same result
  30. One who falls into temptation, comes to grief
  31. One who has a weakness for sex
  32. One who has only one habitat
  33. One who is giddy thinks the world turning round
  34. One who obtains a post not by dint of his merit but through the influence of others
  35. One whose brain is stuffed with straws
  36. One whose days are numbered
  37. Onece a whore, always a whore
  38. One's journey's end, death
  39. One's longing to remain unfulfilled
  40. One's own achievement beats the rest
  41. One's seat to become wobbly
  42. One's time in the world to by over
  43. Only an elephant can bear an elephant's load
  44. Only support of old age
  45. Only the wearer knows where the shoe pinches
  46. Oodles of money
  47. Openly, publicly
  48. Original, unique, unparalleled
  49. Our last garment is made without pocket
  50. Out of frying pan into the fire
  51. Out of pocket
  52. Out of sight, out of mind
  53. Out of the frying pan into the fire
English to Hindi Dictionary

रफ़्तार पर उपलब्ध कराये जा रहे मुहावरे सेवा के जरिए आप मुहावरे एवं लोकोक्तियां खोज सकते हैं। अंग्रेजी एवं हिंदी दोनो ही भाषाओं में अक्षरों से अनुसार उपलब्ध कराये जा रहे मुहावरों में से आप अपनी मुहावरों से संबंधित खोज का पूरा कर सकते हैं।
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