Scumbling Meaning in Urdu

Scumbling meaning in Urdu is Aahista ragar kar tasweer ka rang halka karna (آہستہ رگڑ کر تصویر کا رنگ ہلکا کرنا). Similar words of Scumbling are also commonly used in daily talk like as Scumble. Pronunciation of Scumbling in roman Urdu is "Aahista ragar kar tasweer ka rang halka karna" and Translation of Scumbling in Urdu writing script is آہستہ رگڑ کر تصویر کا رنگ ہلکا کرنا.

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Scumbling Definition & Meaning in English
  1. (n.) The color so laid on. Also used figuratively.
  2. (n.) In crayon drawing, the use of the stump.
  3. (n.) A mode of obtaining a softened effect, in painting and drawing, by the application of a thin layer of opaque color to the surface of a painting, or part of the surface, which is too bright in color, or which requires harmonizing.
  4. (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Scumble

Scumbling Urdu Meaning with Definition

Scumbling is an English word that is used in many sentences in different contexts. Scumbling meaning in Urdu is a آہستہ رگڑ کر تصویر کا رنگ ہلکا کرنا - Aahista ragar kar tasweer ka rang halka karna. Scumbling word is driven by the English language. Scumbling word meaning in English is well described here in English as well as in Urdu. You can use this amazing English to Urdu dictionary online to check the meaning of other words too as the word Scumbling meaning.

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