Engross

engross meaning in hindiEngross

  • (verb) absorb all the attention or interest of; “they seemed to be engrossed in conversation”
  • (law) produce (a legal document, especially a deed or statute) in its final form; “the solicitors will submit a draft conveyance and engross the same after approval”

Engross (इन्ग्रोस / एन्ग्रोस) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • तल्लीन कर लेना, सोख लेना, ध्यान खींचना, मोटे अक्षरों में लिखना

Engross Origin

  • late Middle English (formerly also as ingross ): based on en-1, in-2 ‘in’ + late Latin grossus ‘large’. Sense 1 is from Old French en gros, from medieval Latin in grosso ‘wholesale’; sense 2 comes from Anglo-Norman French engrosser, medieval Latin ingrossare, from Old French grosse, medieval Latin grossa‘large writing’, with reference to clerks writing out documents in large, clear writing.

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

  • He’s also a stylist who knows how to engross a reader in the scene from the jump.
  • Mr. Trump may hope that Americans will engross themselves in his alternative reality before the special counsel can lay out all he knows.
  • ‘Daas Dev’ Movie Review: Sudhir Mishra’s novel tale fails to engross you.
  • Written with rich historic detail and subtle humor, the story is sure to engross.
  • He said his home and family allow him to engross himself in a life outside of politics.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of engross

  • engross – grass mein ek snake will engross u

Engross pronunciation

Leaders engross in negotiated democracy in Northern and Eastern Kenya

Accost

Accost English Hindi meaning

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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