Agile

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agile English Hindi meaning

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

Agile [aj-uh l, -ahyl]

  • (adj) able to move quickly and easily;“Ruth was as agile as a monkey”
  • (adj) able to think and understand quickly;“his vague manner concealed an agile mind”
  • (adj) relating to or denoting a method of project management, used especially for software development, that is characterized by the division of tasks into short phases of work and frequent reassessment and adaptation of plans.

Agile (ऐजल) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • कुशल, चुस्त, तेज, फुर्तीला, चालाक

Agile Origin

  • late Middle English: via French from Latin agilis, from agere ‘do’.

Agile in a sentence (usage in newspaper)

  • Our performance was not convincing, not agile, not quick.
  • The overall training has improved my posture and made me more agile.
  • Creating a humanoid robot that’s as agile and fast as an adult human-not a toddler-is a huge challenge.
  • Cruise is the fearless, agile, daring and dashing star agent of covert ops organisation
  • The young ones are nice, bright and agile.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of agile

  • agile = “age I Love”… You love the age 20’s – when you are agile

Agile Pronunciation

Matrix – Are you agile?

Aesthetic

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aesthetic English Hindi meaning

Aesthetic Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with pictures

Aesthetic [es-thet-ik]

  • (adj) concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty.”the pictures give great aesthetic pleasure”
  • (noun) a set of principles underlying the work of a particular artist or artistic movement.“the Cubist aesthetic”

Aesthetic (एस्थेटिक) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • सौंदर्यशास्र-संबंधी,सुरुचिपूर्ण, सौंदर्यात्मक, सौंदर्यबोध-विषयक

Aesthetic Origin

  • late 18th century (in the sense ‘relating to perception by the senses’): from Greek aisthētikos, from aisthēta ‘perceptible things’, from aisthesthai ‘perceive’. The sense ‘concerned with beauty’ was coined in German in the mid 18th century and adopted into English in the early 19th century, but its use was controversial until much later in the century.

Aesthetic in a sentence (usage in newspaper)

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of aesthetic

  • pathetic opposite is aesthetic, which means beauty

Aesthetic Pronunciation

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