About the Book
There are innumerable languages spoken and
written in the world, and people want to know and understand languages of
This English-Urdu dictionary will prove to be useful
for quick reference of English words into Urdu, and vis-a-vis, and consist of
over 15,000 words. For convenience of those who are not familiar with Urdu
alphabets, each Urdu word has been transliterated in Roman script.
From the Publisher
Dictionary is a source of knowledge to know and
understand another language. Dictionaries are compiled and published in most of
the languages in all countries of the world.
English has achieved status of the most
prominent language of the world, and most of the bilingual dictionaries are
brought out in English.
Urdu is a prominent language in India and
Pakistan. Many English-Urdu dictionaries are available in the market, but this
dictionary has certain peculiarities. It consists of over 15,000 English words
translated in to Urdu, and same number of Urdu words in to English. For convenience
of those not familiar with Urdu script, all Urdu words have been transliterated
in to Roman script.
One more peculiarity of this dictionary is that
it consists of only one- word meaning to each word. More comprehensive
dictionaries are available, but for learners, students and travellers who look
for meanings for a very quick reference, this will prove to be extremely useful
This dictionary has been compiled by S.A.
Rahman (Syed Amanur Rahman), a post graduate from Delhi University, who has
been involved in book publishing for several years, and holds diploma in
Advanced Studies in Publishing, from Oxford Brooks University in U.K. He had
been associated with National Book Trust, India (a unit of Ministry of HRD,
Government of India) as editor and coordinator in their literary and
promotional projects. He has also authored a number of books in different
subjects, including children's literature (under his pen name Anwar Kamal
Every possible care has been taken in compilation and
publications of this dictionary with utmost accuracy, yet any minor errors in
this regard may kindly be ignored.
Children’s Books (1666)
Send as free online greeting card
Email a Friend