Prosecute

Prosecute

  • (verb) institute or conduct legal proceedings against (a person or organization). “they were prosecuted for obstructing the highway”
  • (verb) institute legal proceedings in respect of (a claim or offence). “the state’s attorney’s office seemed to decide that this was a case worth prosecuting”
  • (verb) carry on (a trade or pursuit).“”I am waiting for permission to prosecute my craft”
  • (verb) continue with (a course of action) with a view to its completion. “a serious threat to the government’s ability to prosecute the war”

Prosecute meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • अभियोग लगाना, अनुसरण करना, लगा रहना, जारी रखना, पीछा करना, निर्वाह करना, अभियोग चलाना, किये जाना, फौज दारी में नालिश करना, मुकदमा चलाना, मुक़दमा करना, अभियुक्त करना

Prosecute origin

  • late Middle English (in prosecute (sense 2)): from Latin prosecutpursued, accompanied’, from the verb prosequi, from pro ‘onward’ + sequi ‘follow’.

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

  • Ishrat case: Guj govt denies nod to prosecute ex-cops
  • Gujarat Govt Denied Sanction to Prosecute Ex Cops in Ishrat Jahan …
  • Kamala Harris Vows to ‘Prosecute the Case’ Against Trump
  • Manipur Govt Yet to Give Permission to CBI to Prosecute ‘Fake …
  • Iran Should Reach Out to Labor Leaders, Not Prosecute Them

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Prosecute 

  • If you ‘Persistently’ tell someone ‘Cute’ he/she wil be irritated.
  • sounds like prosecute which means to punish or torment
  • if you’re not CUTE you’ll face PERSECUTE

Prosecute pronunciation

Prolong

prolong meaning in Hindi

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

Prolong

  • (verb) extend the duration of; “unwilling to prolong the conversation, Sehwag said her goodbyes”

Prolong (प्रलॉंग) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • बढ़ाना, लंबा करना, टालना

Prolong Origin

  • late Middle English: from Old French prolonguer, from late Latin prolongare, from pro- ‘forward, onward’ + longus ‘long’.

Prolong in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Pranayama is a Sanskrit term, which means prana or the vital force or life energy, ayam means to prolong.
  • Effectively, this would prolong the war by another two years.
  • We are not going to have a prolonged leadership election campaign.
  • we cannot prolong the state of emergency.
  • You prolong a shot more than a few seconds, people get anxious.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of prolong

  • Prolong mein chuupa hai ‘long’ (lamba)

Prolong pronunciation

Ado

Ado English Hindi meaning

Ado Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture Dictionary

Ado

  • (noun) a state of agitation or fuss; “this is much ado about almost nothing”

Ado (अडू) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • कष्ट, गड़बड़ी, झमेला, परेशानी, बखेड़ा, बतंगड़

Ado Origin

  • from Spanish and Portuguese -ado, or refashioning of Italian -ata, Spanish -ada, based on Latin -atus (past participial suffix of verbs ending in -are ).

Ado in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Much Ado about Nothing.
  • After much ado, Pakistan teams get go ahead to travel to India.
  • Rail Budget was much ado about nothing: Opposition
  • The prime minister then spoke and, without much ado, took the fight straight to the critics, a few of whom, like me, were seated in the front row.
  • Budget 2016, is it much Ado about nothing?

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Ado

  • Ado = do.. do.. do…   wait I am doing your work. Don’t create so much ado for nothing.

Ado Pronunciation

Much ado about ‘Yoruba Demons”

Philander

Philander English Hindi meaning

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

Philander

  • (verb) (of a man) readily or frequently enter into casual sexual relationships with women.

Philander meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  •  व्यभिचार करना, खिलवाड़ करना

Philander Origin

  • mid 18th century: from the earlier noun philander ‘man, husband’, often used in literature as the given name of a lover, from Greek philandros ‘fond of men’, from philein ‘to love’ + anēr ‘man’.

Philander in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • They accepted that their husbands would philander with other women.
  • He had no time or inclination to philander.
  • A heavy-drinking philanderer, he regularly mistreated his young wife.
  • Camille believes Bill is simply a jolly philanderer with women who “consented to drugs and sex.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Philander

  • Philanderer = phir se land 🙂

Philander pronunciation

Identify the Philanderer(s) in this video