Coalition

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Coalition

  • (noun) a temporary alliance for combined action, especially of political parties forming a government. “a coalition between Liberals and Conservatives”

Coalition meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • संगठन, मिला जुला, ऐक्यअ, अस्थायी संगठन्, गठबंधन

Coalition origin

  • early 17th century (in the sense ‘fusion’): from medieval Latin coalitio(n- ), from the verb coalescere (see coalesce). Usage in politics dates from the late 18th century.

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

  • We don’t need any coalition now: HD Kumaraswamy, “There will be no coalition. We don’t need any coalition now. I don’t need power, I need your love,” Kumaraswamy said while addressing a …
  • India will have a difficult time resurrecting democracy in Kashmir, India’s unilateral redrawing of the borders of its restive Jammu … Janata Party pulled out from a coalition with her Jammu & Kashmir People’s …
  • India, UK to launch coalition for disaster-proof infra at UN, New Delhi: India and the UK will jointly launch a global Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure, an idea that Indian Prime Minister …
  • Journalists under threat: One Free Press Coalition releases August list … Aasif Sultan (India): Journalist imprisoned one year without due …
  • Boost for PM Modi’s initiative: India, UK to co-launch global coalition …, New Delhi [India], July 31 (ANI): India and the United Kingdom will be co-launching a global coalition on disaster resilience at the UN General …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Coalition

  • sounds like collision..in hindi films , when there is collision btw actor n actress , then they become PARTNER
  • unoin of seperate political parties led to collision

Coalition pronunciation


Ensemble

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Ensemble

  • (noun) a group of musicians, actors, or dancers who perform together. “a Bulgarian folk ensemble”
  • (noun) a piece of music or passage written for performance by a whole cast, choir, or group of instruments. “Cherubini’s numbers, with solos and ensembles intermingled, have a freedom and originality”
  • (noun) the coordination between performers executing an ensemble passage. “a high level of tuning and ensemble is guaranteed”
  • (noun) a group of items viewed as a whole rather than individually. “the buildings in the square present a charming provincial ensemble”
  • (noun) a set of clothes chosen to harmonize when worn together. “her elegant pink and black ensemble put most outfits in the shade”
  • (noun) a group of similar systems, or different states of the same system, often considered statistically. “we would have to adopt a picture in which there is an ensemble of all possible universes with some probability distribution”

Ensemble meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • समष्टि, सामूहिक प्रभाव, कलाकारों की टुकड़ी, असर, संपरिधान

Ensemble origin

  • late Middle English (as an adverb (long rare) meaning ‘at the same time’): from French, based on Latin insimul, from in- ‘in’ + simul ‘at the same time’. The noun dates from the mid 18th century.

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

  • Dhairya Karwa Joins 83 Ensemble To Play Ravi Shastri
  • Wet Ink Ensemble gives musical voice to women in literature
  • Kalank To Total Dhamaal: Ensemble Cast Proves To Be An Evergreen ..
  • Kareena Kapoor Khan gives summer fashion goals in this ensemble
  • Pallavi Sharda makes heads turn in this ensemble at Cannes series

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Ensemble

  • ensemble: can be compared and referred to the word assemble. Hence a string ensemble is a co-ordination or assemblage of many string players.

Ensemble pronunciation


Juxtaposition (or Juxtapose)

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Juxtaposition Vocabulary Word

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Juxtapostion [juhk-stuh-puh-zish-uhn] (noun)

  • the act of positioning close together (or side by side)
  • the state of being close together or side by side

especially used for comparison or contrast.

Juxtapose (verb)

  • to place close together or side by side

Juxtaposition Word Usage:

  • Juxtaposition of hens with different heights.

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