ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

Derived from the passive participle of عَطَّلَ(ʿaṭṭala, to neglect, to leave idle, to damage), from the root ع ط ل(ʿ-ṭ-l).

AdjectiveEdit

مُعَطَّل (muʿaṭṭal) (feminine مُعَطَّلَة(muʿaṭṭala), masculine plural مُعَطَّلُون(muʿaṭṭalūn), feminine plural مُعَطَّلَات(muʿaṭṭalāt))

  1. out of order, broken (machine, etc.)
  2. unemployed, idle
  3. closed (store, office, etc.)
  4. stopped (engine)

DeclensionEdit


UrduEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Arabic مُعَطَّل(muʿaṭṭal).

AdjectiveEdit

معطل (mu'attal) (Hindi spelling मुअत्तल)

  1. suspended, stopped, ended
  2. nullified, made ineffective

Derived termsEdit