Stereotype


Stereotype

  • (noun) a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing. “the stereotype of the woman as the carer”
  • (noun) a person or thing that conforms to a widely held but oversimplified image of the class or type to which they belong. “don’t treat anyone as a stereotype”
  • (noun) a relief printing plate cast in a mould made from composed type or an original plate.
  • (verb) view or represent as a stereotype. “the city is too easily stereotyped as an industrial wasteland”

Stereotype meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • सांद्र-मुद्र, घिसा-पिटा, ढले हुए टाइप की तख़्ती, छपाई का प्लेट, स्थिर नमूना, रूढ़िवादी, टकसाली, स्टिरियोटाइप, मुद्रण-फलक बनाना, मुद्रण-फलक से छापना, मुद्रण-फलक

Stereotype origin

  • late 18th century: from French stéréotype (adjective).

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

  • Stereotypes are dangerous: Sonam Kapoor
  • Racism and stereotypes in colonial India’s ‘Instagram’
  • Section 377 moored in gender stereotypes that reinforce sexism …
  • APAC Work of the Week: BookMyShow aims to break the stereotype
  • How the urban working woman in India is smashing stereotypes

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Stereotype

  • Stereos are usually large so it remains fixed in its place.
  • stereos are old..unchanging..though they are good, becuase of their fixed quality, they’re PRE-JUDICED to be inferior…

Stereotype pronunciation


Adage

Adage English Hindi meaning

Adage Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with Picture dictionary

Adage

  • (noun) a proverb or short statement expressing a general truth; “it is vital for every pilot to remember the old adage ‘safety first’”

Adage meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • सूक्ति, उक्ति, कहावत, प्रवाद, मसल, लोकोक्ति, वचन

Adage Origin

  • mid 16th century: from French, from Latin adagium ‘saying’, based on an early form of aio ‘I say’.

Adage Examples

  • A penny saved is a penny earned.
    An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
    Eat to live, and not live to eat.
    Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.
    Fish and visitors stink after three days.
    God helps them that help themselves.
    Little strokes fell great oaks.
    To err is human, to repent divine; to persist devilish.
    Well done is better than well said.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning adage

  • adage = ‘add’ some ‘age’ to yourself and you will start giving gyaan (adage)

Adage Pronunciation

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