Loquacious

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Loquacious

  • (adj) tending to talk a great deal; talkative. “never loquacious, Sarah was now totally lost for words”

Loquacious meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • बातूनी, वाचाल

Loquacious origin

  • mid 17th century: from Latin loquaxloquac- (from loqui ‘talk’) + -ious.

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

  • ‘Chhichhore’ looks like Raju Hirani’s world without Aamir, The film, as reflected in the lengthy and loquacious trailer, looks like the world Aamir, Madhavan, Sharman and Co inhabited in Hirani’s 3 Idiots.
  • Top 10 Big Data CEOs in India, Here we have created a list of ‘Top 10 Big Data CEOs of India’ to … Loquacious and a polymath, Atul can hold forth the camera obscura and …
  • To Mandu, from Madagascar, And I must thank the loquacious driver, who ferried me there from Indore, … one of the best monsoon getaways in India — inspires in the visitor.
  • Solly Bhai: Indian cricketers’ Man Friday who brought Tendulkar to …, Long before Sachin Tendulkar became a name that needed no introduction, a loquacious raconteur from west Yorkshire knew him as the …
  • How the Amazing Pininfarina Battista Came to Be, … harried but dapper, loquacious, and charming—back to Cambiano. …. for the prestige purchase on the cheap was India’s Anand Mahindra, …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Loquacious

  • it is derived from the root word ‘loqua’… which refers to SPEECH or TALK
  • loquacious : loq(speech,talk)+voracious.

Loquacious pronunciation

How to Pronounce Loquacious

How to make loquacious people go away nicely.

Verbose

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verbose meaning in Hindi

Verbose Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture

Verbose

  • (adj) using or expressed in more words than are needed; “verbose articles from amateur authors”

Verbose (वर्बोस) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • वाचाल, शब्दबहुल, शब्दाडंबरपूर्ण

Verbose origin

  • late 17th century: from Latin verbosus, from verbum ‘word’.

Verbose in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • I realised that in my earlier interview I was not verbose about the specifications the interviewers sought on the several concepts I told them.
  • The ready made explanation that he is paying for the verbose sins of his father Yashwant Sinha somehow does not make sense.
  • The book is a cornucopia of multimedia stills, pictures and small journal jottings without being a verbose vocabulary of documentational drama.
  • The code is written in C, and it is written to be pretty verbose and ugly.
  • Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2′ review: Insipid & verbose.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of verbose

  • Verbose Basanti 🙂

Verbose pronunciation