Gumption

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Gumption

  • (noun) shrewd or spirited initiative and resourcefulness. “the president would hire almost any young man who had the gumption to ask for a job”

Gumption meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • सहज बुद्धि

Gumption origin

  • early 18th century (originally Scots): of unknown origin.

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

  • Gumption is the best insurance for Sonia Notani, What helped was that Notani had a fair idea about Bank of Baroda and Legal and General’s plans for India beforehand. While at KPMG, she …
  • Gumption, resolve and commitment: Here is to Modi 2.0, During holidays in India, I would get to see and experience a …. The gumption, resolve, commitment and dedication that Modi has been able to …
  • Indian men’s doubles teams advance at BWF Indonesia Open, HYDERABAD: Indian doubles teams got off to a winning start on the first … Sikki displayed a lot of gumption to beat Robin Tabeling and Selena …
  • Mercedes-Benz EQC review, test drive, It’s a simple enough formula, but not many countries have the gumption to see it through. India … And before you ask, no it’s not coming to India.
  • Triumphant Indian women’s hockey team returns to Delhi, The Indian women’s hockey team arrived on Tuesday after a … Having won this tournament with full gumption, Rani and her team are hopeful …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Gumption 

  • gump sounds like jump . to jump on from the top of the building need courage
  • forest grump-> to do things easily wdout any skillful knowledge

Gumption pronunciation


Prowess

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Prowess

  • (noun) skill or expertise in a particular activity or field; “his prowess as a fisherman”
  • (noun) bravery in battle; “the knights were famed for their prowess in battle”

Prowess (प्राउअस / प्राउइस) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Meaning)

  • कौशल, दिलेरी, वीरता, शूरता, साहस, भुजबल, विचरना

Prowess Origin

  • Middle English (in sense 2): from Old French proesce, from prou ‘valiant’. Sense 1 dates from the early 20th century.

Prowess in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • India’s skilled manpower and Finland’s high-end tech prowess should be leveraged under the ‘Make in India’ initiative.
  • Zac Posen Shows Off His Film Prowess at Metrograph.
  • India “proves Ballistic Missile Defence prowess
  • Obamacare tests Trump’s deal-making prowess.
  • Why Israel’s Sudden Baseball Prowess Actually Means Something.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of prowess

  • prowess meain chuppa hai POWER

Prowess Pronunciation