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The meaning of "Pind" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does she thinks I want to "pind a long term meal ticket" mean?
A: Do you mean "find a long term meal ticket"?
In this case, a meal ticket is someone that will support you. They will give you food and usually also a place to live. Maybe you have a girlfriend that works, and you don't have a job. You move in with her and she pays all of the bills. You live and eat there for free. She is your meal ticket. If you are looking for a meal ticket, it means you are looking for a person to allow you to do this because you don't want to work for a living.
It is not a good thing to be called a meal ticket. It usually means that you are being taken advantage of.

Translations of "Pind"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? me pind challa a. Me phone karda phunch ke
A: I am going to village, I will call u after reaching there

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