Forgo

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Forgo

  • (verb) go without (something desirable). “she wanted to forgo the tea and leave while they could”
  • (verb) refrain from. “we forgo any comparison between the two men”

Forgo meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • त्याग देना, त्यागना

Forgo origin

  • Old English forgān (see for-go1).

Forgo in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)

  • PM Imran Khan gives army chief Gen Bajwa 3-year extension, .. civilian government to forgo its right to choose a chief of army staff. … message was being conveyed to India that there was “continuation and …
  • Piyush Goyal not attending RCEP Beijing meet, The absence of Goyal means India is budging. The 19 other countries are pushing India to forgo concerns on tariff elimination. The pact would …
  • ‘No first use’ nuke policy isn’t dead, but losing sanctity, He not only went to Pokhran, the site of each of India’s nuclear tests, … from nuclear first use, that the country commits to forgo that option.
  • Properties not selling, GDA considers slashing rates, “For the sake of attracting buyers, we’ll either forgo supervisory and administrative charges completely or will slash it because, on both heads, …
  • India roiled as Trump yanks its status as a developing nation, Indian exporters may have forgo benefits worth $260 million after the U.S. elimination, according to the Federation of Indian Export …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Forgo 

  • When you tell someone to forgot something you tell him to give up.
  • In order to GIVE UP and DO WITHOUT it, you FORGO(T) it.

Forgo pronunciation


Relinquish

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relinquish meaning in HindiRelinquish

  • (verb) voluntarily cease to keep or claim; give up; “he offered to relinquish his post as acting President”

Relinquish (रिलिंगक्विश) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • छोड़ना, त्यागना, त्याग देना, छोड़ देना, अलग करना, अलग कर देना. हाथ उठा लेना

Relinquish Origin

  • late Middle English: from Old French relinquiss-, lengthened stem of relinquir, from Latin relinquere, from re- (expressing intensive force) + linquere ‘to leave’.

Relinquish in a sentence (word usage from recent newspaper)

  • MSK Prasad backs Dhoni’s decision to relinquish captaincy.
  • Train derailments: Prabhu asks officers to act or relinquish.
  • Ratan Tata to relinquish post of chairperson of Tata Trust next year.
  • Anthony J. Reardon will relinquish his current operational duties but continue as executive chairman of ducommun.
  • When contacted, Roy said for a fair probe, there is a need on the part of the Home Minister to relinquish his post.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of relinquish

  • relinquish = release your wish

Relinquish Pronunciation