Vigour

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Vigour

  • (noun) physical strength and good health. “I was 79, but still full of vigour and vitality”
  • (noun) effort, energy, and enthusiasm. “they set about the new task with vigour”

Vigour meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • तत्परता, उत्साह, फुर्ती, ओज, ऊर्जा, शक्ति/प्रभाव, ताकत

Vigour origin

  • Middle English: from Old French, from Latin vigor, from vigere ‘be lively’.

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

  • Maharashtra Election Results 2019: “Respect People’s Verdict …, Ms Munde told reporters she “respected the people’s verdict” and would continue working for them with renewed vigour. According to news …
  • India up 14 ranks to 63rd in World Bank ‘Doing Business’ list, India jumped 14 ranks to 63rd position in the World Bank’s ‘Doing Business’ …. and assured to continue working for them with renewed vigour.
  • Good news for both polity, economy, … be forced to seek and implement remedies for the slowdown with vigour. … and thwart a potential agro-processing revolution in rural India.
  • Pakistan crossing the line, … it appears to be backing the anti-India terror outfits with much more vigour. With the United States looking to Pakistan to help extricate it from …
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi throws Article 370 dare, “The new vigour of a new India is now visible on the global stage. Don’t you too sense and feel that?” he said as the crowd chanted “Modi, Modi …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Vigour 

  • when sm1 take Viagra,his dick is full of energy because its vigour

Vigour pronunciation

Hurl

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hurled English Hindi meaning

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

Hurl

  • (verb) throw or impel (someone or something) with great force; “rioters hurled a brick through the windscreen”
  • (verb) utter (abuse) vehemently; “the demonstrators hurled abuse at councillors”
  • (informal) vomit; “you make me want to hurl”
  • (informal) (noun) a ride in a vehicle; a lift; “hey pal, any chance of a hurl?”

Hurl (हर्ल) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • जोर से फेंकना, जोर से चिल्लाना

Hurl Origin

  • Middle English: probably imitative, but corresponding in form and partly in sense with Low German hurreln.

Hurl in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Gold traders hurl black flags at Sushma Swaraj’s car.
  • A few minutes later, they returned to the spot and hurled stones at the car and fled the scene.
  • Mandya municipal councillors hurl abuses, come to blows.
  • ‘Go Raksha’ activists hurl shoe at Kanhaiya.
  • I’m also able to hurl myself around the station, though most of the time I only succeed in propelling myself away from the station.

Hurl Pronunciation

Shoe hurled at Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal (Breaking News)