Exuberance

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Exuberance

  • (noun) the quality of being full of energy, excitement, and cheerfulness, ebullience. “a sense of youthful exuberance”
  • (noun) the quality of growing profusely, luxuriance. “plants growing with wild exuberance”

Exuberance meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • उल्लास, अधिकता

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

  • The exuberance in the bond market may see a longer-than-expected run, The Indian government bond market is perhaps the best looking place for investors right now. The value of their holdings has risen sharply as …
  • Sovereign Bonds Are Difficult And Risky, That’s Why We Should Do …, If Alan Greenspan’s America suffered from irrational exuberance, economic nationalists’ India is seized by irrational fears. It became oh so …
  • India vs West Indies: Selectors make necessary moves with focus on …, They have tried to be bold and yet they have retained experience to mix with the exuberance of youth. There’s no doubt Prasad and Co have …
  • Kargil War: Photos from battleground showcase Indian Army’s valour, India commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Kargil War with exuberance to rekindle the pride and valour of the soldiers, who took part in …
  • Making sense of India’s financial cycles, found that India too has financial cycles and that the ongoing downturn … early warning indicator to detect exuberance or distress in the system.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Exuberance

  • barrons overflows with that big wordlist
  • ubhar kar aana…when u remove ‘ex’

Exuberance pronunciation


Ado

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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”