"Dinner hua mehmaano ki aamad k baad"

Urdu translation: the dinner was served after the arrival of the guests

10:38 Jan 4, 2002
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English term or phrase: "Dinner hua mehmaano ki aamad k baad"
"Dinner hua mehmaano ki aamad k baad" i wrote in urdu. and i want to write in english also
1. the dinner was through by the time the guests arrived.
2. the dinner was served after the arrival of the guests.
could u please tell me i am right or wrong? and if i am wrong so plz tell me the proper sentence about that wat should i use ?
thanks
Yaser Hayat
Urdu translation:the dinner was served after the arrival of the guests
Explanation:
Dinner hua = Dinner was served

mehmaano = Guests
ki = of
aamad ke baad= after the arrival
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Anil Goyal
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the dinner was served after the arrival of the guests


Explanation:
Dinner hua = Dinner was served

mehmaano = Guests
ki = of
aamad ke baad= after the arrival



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the dinner was served after the arrival of the guests


Explanation:
Dinner hua = Dinner was served

mehmaano = Guests
ki = of
aamad ke baad= after the arrival


Anil Goyal
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