Advent

advent English Hindi meaning

Advent Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Advent

  • (noun) the arrival of a notable person or thing; “the advent of television”
  • (noun) the first season of the Church year, leading up to Christmas and including the four preceding Sundays.

Advent meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • आगमन, अवतार, बड़े दिन से पहले चार सप्ताह,  ईसा मसीह का पृथ्वी पर आगमन, ईसा मसीह का दुबारा आगमन

Advent Origin

  • Old English, from Latin adventus ‘arrival’, from advenire, from ad- ‘to’ + venire ‘come’.

Advent in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • With the advent of credit cards, the habit of savings has taken a hit.
  • The air was cool with the advent of winter.
  • After the advent of democracy in 1990, leaders like Gajendra Narayan Singh demanded a fair share to Madhes.
  • Geelani said instead of solving any issues faced by the Muslims, the advent of Islamic State has plunged the Muslim world into a civil war.
  • The advent of Castro, marked the end of US business as usual.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of advent

  • advent = add + event (waiting for event – arrival)

Advent pronunciation

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Accost

Accost English Hindi meaning

Accost Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Accost

  • (verb) approach and address (someone) boldly or aggressively; “the police accosted him in the street”

Accost (अकॉस्ट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • संभाषण करना, बोलना, अभिवादन, सलाम, नमस्कार

Accost Origin

  • late 16th century (originally in the sense ‘lie or go alongside’): from French accoster, from Italian accostare, from Latin ad- ‘to’ + costa ‘rib, side’.

Accost in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • There may be occasions as in Mumbai some years ago when the Shiv Sena used to accost people in the streets and ask them to speak in Marathi.
  • Agents of bankrupt company accost chairman.
  • Members of such organisations would accost them, tell them off or force them to get ‘married’.
  • Smiling salespersons accost you with baskets of enticing pastries and savoury snacks outside the numerous bakeries and shops.
  • Along the way, beggars would accost him and children would call out to him.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of accost

  • at any cost (accost), i will approach her and say ‘ i love you’

Accost Pronunciation

Singham accost villian