Surge

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Surge

  • (noun) a sudden powerful forward or upward movement, especially by a crowd or by a natural force such as the tide. “flooding caused by tidal surges”
  • (noun) a sudden large increase, typically a temporary one. “the firm predicted a 20% surge in sales”
  • (noun) a major deployment of military forces to reinforce those already in a particular area.
  • (noun) a powerful rush of an emotion or feeling. “Sophie felt a surge of anger”
  • (noun) a sudden marked increase in voltage or current in an electric circuit.
  • (verb) (of a crowd or a natural force) move suddenly and powerfully forward or upward. “the journalists surged forward”
  • (verb) increase suddenly and powerfully. “shares surged to a record high”
  • (verb) of an emotion or feeling) affect someone powerfully and suddenly. “indignation surged up within her”
  • (verb) (of an electric voltage or current) increase suddenly.
  • (verb) (of a rope, chain, or windlass) slip back with a jerk.

Surge meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • तेज़ी से चढ़ना, लहर, आवेश, उमड़ना, तेज़ि से बढ़ना, बड़ी लहर, उमड़ पड़ना, आगे बढ़ना, प्रदर्शन बेहतर करना, प्रवाह के कारण आगे बढ़ना, उमड़ना, लहर उठना, हिलोरे मारना

Surge origin

  • late 15th century (in the sense ‘fountain, stream’): the noun (in early use) from Old French sourgeon ; the verb partly from the Old French stem sourge-, based on Latin surgere ‘to rise’. Early senses of the verb included ‘rise and fall on the waves’ and ‘swell with great force’.

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

  • As prices surge, India hunts for onions abroad, With onion prices rising sharply, India has launched a global hunt for the kitchen staple directing its missions in Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey and …
  • India gold demand to hit three-year low at 700 tonnes in 2019 …, … to hit three-year low at 700 tonnes in 2019 as prices surge to record high: … India’s gold demand is expected to fall to its lowest level in three …
  • India opted out of RCEP to protect domestic industry from …, Goyal said that India took a tough stand during RCEP negotiations as … “In order to prevent surge of dumping by other countries, India devised …
  • Sequoia unveils second batch of Surge startups, MUMBAI : Sequoia Capital India, the local arm of the storied Silicon Valley investor, on Tuesday unveiled its second cohort of startups from …
  • India’s organic products exports surge by 50 per cent in 2018 …, According to estimates by Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority of India (APEDA), flax seeds, sesame, …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Surge

  • S-sudden URGE to increase spectacularly..

Surge pronunciation

How to Say or Pronounce Surge

Haul

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Haul

  • (verb) (of a person) pull or drag with effort or force. “he hauled his bike out of the shed”
  • (verb) propel or pull oneself with difficulty. “he hauled himself along the cliff face”
  • (verb) force (someone) to appear for reprimand or trial. “he is to be hauled before the Press Council”
  • (verb) (of a vehicle) pull (an attached trailer or carriage) behind it. “the engine hauls the overnight sleeper from London Euston”
  • (verb) transport in a lorry or cart. “he made a living hauling coal”
  • (verb) (especially of a sailing ship) make an abrupt change of course. “my plan was to haul offshore, well clear of the land”
  • (noun) a quantity of something that has been stolen or is possessed illegally. “they escaped with a haul of antiques”
  • (noun) a number of fish caught. “he landed a record pike haul”
  • (noun) the number of points, medals, or titles won by a person or team in a sporting event or over a period. “his seven-goal haul against Liverpool”
  • (noun) all the products purchased by someone during a particular episode of shopping. “I’m really pleased with my haul as I think I got some great bargains”
  • (noun) a distance to be covered in a journey. “the thirty-mile haul to Boston”

Haul meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • ढोना, बलपूर्वक खींचना, प्राप्त वस्तु, जाल में फँसी हुई मछलियों की राशि, उतराई, खींचते से लाना, ढुलाई, ढोना, पकड़ी गई मछली की मिक़दार, पार करना, विजयोपहार

Haul origin

  • mid 16th century (originally in the nautical sense ‘trim sails for sailing closer to the wind’): variant of hale2.

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

  • 1st Test: All-round Ishant Sharma puts India on top vs West Indies in …. Ishant Sharms’s 9th 5-wicket haul in Tests helped India restrict the hosts …
  • Army was ready for a long haul before Balakot, say sources, The Indian Army was ready for a long haul as a fallout of the Balakot air strikes, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat assured the government.
  • India vs West Indies, 1st Test: Ishant Sharma’s five-wicket haul helps … as West Indies end the day 108 runs behind India with only two wickets …
  • Why Pakistan Will Not Succeed in Taking India to ICJ on Kashmir, The only way ICJ could take up Kashmir through this route is if India … eagerness to haul India to The Hauge is politically understandable.
  • Post-Pulwama strikes earn Air Force rich awards haul, NEW DELHI: The audacious pre-dawn air strikes on a Jaish-e-Muhammed facility at Balakot and the subsequent skirmish between Indian and …

Haul pronunciation

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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)

Shoe hurled at Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal (Breaking News)