Encompass

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Encompass

  • (verb) surround and have or hold within. “this area of London encompasses Piccadilly to the north and St James’s Park to the south”
  • (verb) include comprehensively. “no studies encompass all sectors of medical care”
  • (verb) cause to take place. “an act designed to encompass the death of the king”

Encompass meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • घेर लेना, सम्मिलित करना, शामिल करना, घेरना, घेर लेना, धरना, प्रदक्षिणा करना, रखना

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

  • Geometry Encompass set to transform into integrated …, Geometry Encompass, Indian experiential marketing and brand activation agency, in August announced the appointment of Ranjit Raina as its …
  • Jet Privilege goes for brand revamp; to be known as ‘InterMiles’, “InterMiles will encompass both the award-winning loyalty and rewards programme (previously, JetPrivilege) and the ubiquitous rewards and …
  • Space and Satellite System Sciences Can Contribute …, New Delhi, Delhi, India: Business Wire India With so much talks … crucial nature of sustainability studies encompass energy and environment, …
  • China is leading a 15-nation pact that would create the world’s …, The US and India are not currently part of the deal, but China, Japan and … If India joins, the trade pact would encompass 30% of the global …
  • Cruise ship Costa Victoria comes calling in Kochi, Mediterranean and Indian food varieties have been arranged at the … Phase two would encompass beautification of areas beyond the terminal, …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Encompass 

  • We use compass to draw circle…which sorrounds or includes da area with in it…

Encompass pronunciation

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Beset

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Beset

  • (verb) (of a problem or difficulty) trouble (someone or something) persistently. “the social problems that beset the UK”
  • (verb) surround and harass. “I was beset by clouds of flies”
  • (verb) hem in. “the ship was beset by ice and finally sank”
  • (verb) be covered or studded with. “springy grass all beset with tiny jewel-like flowers”

Beset meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • घेर लेना

Beset origin

  • Old English besettan, from be- ‘about’ + settan (see set1).

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

  • Act on Hirakud Dam to avoid disaster: Bargarh MP Suresh Pujari, While its expected life span was 100 years, it has been beset by heavy erosion in the catchment area that has led to the dam silting up …
  • Policymakers may have to focus on rewards & incentives to scale up …, These are only some ills that have beset Indian agriculture. … member of The Economic Times India Leadership Council, ETILC’s core group …
  • Paradigm Shift: What Arbitration and Conciliation Amendment Bill …, A causal nexus has resulted in Indian parties favouring international …. Institutional arbitration in India has been beset by a number of factors …
  • ‘Public art holds cities together,’ Delhi artist shares thoughts, Delhi-based artist Neeraj Gupta is all set to represent India at the … In moments of the crises that beset great cities, it is these elements that …
  • The history of the memsahib, The life and times of English women in colonial India come alive in Katie … They were shipwrecked, attacked by pirates and beset by violent …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Beset 

  • beset. bees+attack. imagine bees attack on u from all directions.
  • beset sounds like be set(ready) to face attack from all directions

Beset pronunciation

GS-P1-17.2. Clarify how mid-eighteenth century India was beset with spectre of fragmented polity

immure

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immure meaning in Hindi

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

immure

  • (verb) enclose or confine (someone) against their will; “her brother was immured in a lunatic asylum”

immure (इम्युर) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • बंद करना, कैद करना

immure Origin

  • late 16th century: from French emmurer or medieval Latin immurare, from in- ‘in’ + murus ‘wall’.

immure in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Well, intellectual though he was, with a personal library of some 50,000 books, Eco didn’t immure himself in the proverbial Ivory Tower.
  • The real question, then as now, was: do we want to immure ourselves in Europe as part of an economic and political bloc.
  • In trying to immure her five daughters within a house of mourning for eight years, she is trying to preserve values of respectability and chastity.
  • Instead of drawing from sounds outside the genre, the artists opt to immure themselves in nostalgia.
  • That walls are sad: made to immure misery.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of immure

  • immure – eh + more ko andar band karo

immure pronunciation

How To Pronounce Immure – Pronunciation Academy