Gorge

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Gorge

  • (noun) a narrow valley between hills or mountains, typically with steep rocky walls and a stream running through it.
  • (noun) the throat.
  • (noun) the crop of a hawk.
  • (noun) the contents of the stomach.
  • (noun) a narrow rear entrance to a bastion, outwork, or other fortification.
  • (noun) a mass of ice obstructing a narrow passage, especially a river.
    (Verb) eat a large amount greedily; fill oneself with food.
    “they gorged themselves on Cornish cream teas”

Gorge meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • तंग घाटी, पूरा पूरा भर देना, भकोसना, कण्ठ, पर्वत के बीच का संकुचित मार्ग, बहुत खा जाना, बहुत पेट भर खा जाना, रोक, लालची की तरह खाना, स्र्कावट

Gorge origin

  • Middle English (as a verb): from Old French gorger, from gorge ‘throat’, based on Latin gurges ‘whirlpool’. The noun originally meant ‘throat’ and is from Old French gorge ; gorge (sense 1 of the noun) dates from the mid 18th century.

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

  • Uttarakhand: 9 children die as school bus falls in gorge, Nine children were killed and three others were injured after a school bus fell in a gorge in Lambgaon, Uttarakhand on Tuesday morning.
  • 8 killed, nine injured as van plunges into Tamil Nadu gorge, At least eight persons, including three minors, were killed and nine others injured in a road accident in Tamil Nadu’s Trichy on Sunday.
  • Three dead, 12 injured as vehicle falls into gorge in J&K, Three persons were killed and 12 others injured, eight of them seriously, when the vehicle in which they were travelling skidded off the road …
  • Woman Pushed Into Deep Gorge by Live-in Partner on Way to Meet …, Dehradun: A woman from Delhi suffered grievous injuries after she was pushed into a deep gorge by her live-in partner at Uttarakhand’s Pauri …
  • Spicy wadas and pouring rain: Monsoon is the time to gorge on fried …, Similar fried dumplings are made from various lentils in different parts of India. In South India, one can get vadas made out of channa dal and …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Gorge 

  • gorge: eat too much disgorge: vomit
  • remember a person GEORGE who always GORGES

Gorge pronunciation

Thick rain forest along deep Brahmaputra gorge after entering India from Tibet: Arunachal Aerials

Quaff

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QUAFF English Hindi meaning

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

Quaff

  • (verb) drink (something, especially an alcoholic drink) heartily; “he quaffed pint after pint”
  • (noun) an alcoholic drink; “porter is a dark, malty quaff”

Quaff (क्वाफ) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • गटकना, खूब पीना, खलाना, ख़ाली करना, डगडगाकर पीना, एक ही साँस में पीना

Quaff Origin

  • early 16th century: probably imitative of the sound of drinking.

Quaff in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Wines to quaff this summer.
  • And athletes reportedly quaff diluted vinegar and sodium before events as a way of reducing cramps.
  • And although the craft beer industry is still rather nascent, there’s already a barrage of microbreweries offering the perfect quaff.
  • she said taking a long quaff of her precious tea.
  • But as the night advanced and Jahangir became dizzy with wine (it is said he could quaff several cups in one sitting).

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of quaff

  • you will ‘cough’ if you ‘quaff’ a beer bottle

Quaff Pronunciation

Guess who is quaffing here

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Melancholic

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Melancholic English Hindi meaning

Melancholic Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi Translation

Melancholic [mel-uh n-kol-ik]

  • (adj) sadness, or a person who feels this way

  • (adj) disposed to or affected with melancholy; gloomy

Melancholic (मेलन्कालिक) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • अवसादग्रस्त, उदास, म्लान, विषादग्रस्त, विषादपूर्ण, उदासी की अवस्था

Melancholic Origin

  • Middle English: from Old French melancolie, via late Latin from Greek melankholia, from melas, melan- ‘black’ + kholē ‘bile’, an excess of which was formerly believed to cause depression

Melancholic in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • I felt melancholic about this.
  • For it’s when we’re melancholic that words flow for most of us and the emoji simply usurps those words.
  • But having said that, The Lovers and the Leavers is not a melancholic book.
  • What is commendable is that both actors effortlessly transition from happy to melancholic to even angry in some scenes.
  • His demeanour suggests a meditative melancholic mood.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Melancholic

  • melan = ‘black’ = sadness

Melancholic Pronunciation

Bollywood – Melancholic scenes

Bollywood // Melancholy