IMPERATIVE MEANING IN URDU:
One meaning is ” ضروری”, Other is ” ناگزیر “. Imperative sentences are sentences that give command. An imperative sentences usually begins with the basic form of verb and ends with an exclamation mark or a period.
IMPERATIVE SENTENCES IN URDU:
Here are 2 sentences of imperative (One as noun, Other one as Adjective).
Imperative (adjective) : In a zombie apocalypse, saving yourself and your loved one lives becomes imperative.
Imperative (noun) : The letter has to be sent to all district offices on imperative basis. or “drinking water is imperative for human Survival”.
What does Imperative means in English:
Imperative meaning in English is “command”, “duty” or “rule”. For Example, “You must bring water before entering to Amazon ! “. This sentence has a verb along with an exclamation mark. This shows that this is an imperative sentence giving sense of warning for people.
Meaning of Imperative in other languages :
|Meaning of Imperative In Hindi|
|Meaning of Imperative in marathi||अत्यावश्यक|
|Meaning of Imperative in Tamil|
|Meaning of Imperative in Telugu||అత్యవసరం|
|Meaning of Imperative in Punjabi||ਜ਼ਰੂਰੀ, Zroori|
|Meaning of Imperative in Bengali||অনুজ্ঞাসূচক|