Frivolous

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Frivolous

  • (adj) not having any serious purpose or value. “frivolous ribbons and lacy frills”
  • (adj) (of a person) carefree and superficial. “the frivolous, fun-loving flappers of the twenties”

Frivolous meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • गंभीरता से विचार न करने वाला, हल्का, बेहूदा, तुच्छ

Frivolous origin

  • late Middle English: from Latin frivolus ‘silly, trifling’ + -ous.

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

  • State terms plea of lawyer ‘frivolous‘, Pune: The state prosecution on Saturday told a special judge to initiate contempt of court proceedings against lawyer Chandrakant Bidkar, …
  • MCA floats a new testing proposal to filter frivolous …, This has been entrusted with the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, which shall provide a portal for registration and administer the test.
  • False, frivolous allegations: Chief selector MSK Prasad hits …, Speaking to a newspaper, the 82-year-old Engineer, who played 46 Tests for India, ridiculed the credentials of India’s five-member selection …
  • Kartarpur Corridor opens door to humanity, These are challenging times for both India and Pakistan but the land on which Guru Nanak travelled and preached … This fee issue is frivolous.
  • The greatest threat to Pakistan comes from Afghanistan rather …, The Maulana dismissed these concerns as frivolous. … The broad agreement in Islamabad that India is the threat and the Taliban is an ally, …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Frivolous

  • Fri-vo-lous ~Free – If something is free, u dont take it seriously, you think oh they are giving it for free coz its not that important stuff.. or not the stuff in demand.. or not the stuff taken seriously by public..
  • Fri+vol+ous = Free+Will ->one who acts with his own will, carefree, not serious.

Frivolous pronunciation

Ludicrous

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Ludicrous meaning in Hindi

Ludicrous Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hndi translation with picture dictionary

Ludicrous

  • (adj) so foolish, unreasonable, or out of place as to be amusing; “it’s ludicrous that I have been fined”

Ludicrous (लूडक्रस) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • ऊटपटांग, बेढंगा, बेतुका,हास्यास्पद

Ludicrous Origin

  • early 17th century (in the sense ‘sportive, intended as a jest’): from Latin ludicrus (probably from ludicrum ‘stage play’) + -ous.

Ludicrous in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • The 6 most ludicrous claims the Trump campaign has made.
  • It was just a ludicrous question.
  • It’s simply ludicrous to reward multiple people for the same category.
  • Calling two-plus percent growth rates in industry, which is what the Modi period has witnessed, an “achievement”, is obviously ludicrous.
  • But the idea of forcing a sex change on the ultra-masculine James Bond for the sake of equal opportunity is beyond ludicrous.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of ludicrous

  • ludicrous = ridiculous

Ludicrous Pronunciation

imbecile

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imbecile English Hindi Dictionary

imbecile English Hindi Dictionary

imbecile [im-buh-sil, -suh l or, esp. British, -seel]

  • (noun) a stupid person
  • (adj) stupid; idiotic. “try not to make imbecile remarks”

imbecile (इम्बसल / इम्बिसिल / इम्बसाइल) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • मूर्ख,अल्पबुद्धि,क्षीणबुद्धि,उल्लू

imbecile sentences from newspaper

  • I don’t care how happy you are, you imbecile,
  • Mainstream Indian cinema has seldom missed an opportunity to portray the Goan Catholic as an adorable drunk imbecile
  • Mark Grimshaw, chief executive of the Rural Payments Agency is either an imbecile or a charlatan.
  • He was diagnosed as an imbecile and put in an asylum.
  • I don’t want to seem like an imbecile, but the truth is, I am.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of imbecile

  • sounds like IMBALANCE….a person having imbalance in his mind is a stupid person….

imbecile Pronunciation

Are You an imbecile?