Vivid

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vivid meaning in Hindi

Vivid Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi transaltion with picture dictionary

Vivid

  • (adj) producing powerful feelings or strong, clear images in the mind; “memories of that evening were still vivid”
  • (adj) (of a colour) intensely deep or bright; “a vivid blue Mediterranean sea”
  • (adj) (of a person or animal) lively and vigorous; “she had a deep voice and a strikingly vivid personality”

Vivid (विविड) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • उज्ज्वल, चंचल, चटकीला, जीवंत, सजीव

Vivid Origin

  • mid 17th century: from Latin vividus, from vivere ‘to live’.

Vivid in a sentence (Word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Make your bathroom adorable with vivid colours.
  • One thing Apple has done is the wide colour display, which makes most images look richer and vivid, but again it could easily offer more.
  • But it’s simply my attempt to draw a vivid picture and nothing more.
  • Australia calling: Vivid Sydney is back with lights, music, ideas.
  • NASA shares vivid images of auroras captured by the Hubble Space Telescope.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of vivid

  • imagine v’ ‘i’v’ ‘i’d’ —> vivid colour nah?

Vivid Pronunciation

Vivid light festival 2016 Sydney Opera House full hd 50fps Australia

Profound

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Profound meaning in Hindi

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

Profound

  • (adj) (of a state, quality, or emotion) very great or intense; “profound feelings of disquiet”
  • (adj) (of a person or statement) having or showing great knowledge or insight; “a profound philosopher”
  • (adj) (of a disease or disability) very severe; “a case of profound liver failure”
  • (adj) (of a subject or idea) demanding deep study or thought; “expressing profound truths in simple language”
  • (noun) the deepest part of something, especially the ocean; “nor billowy surge disturbs the vast profound”

Profound meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • गहरा, गम्भीर, गहन, अत्यंत, महासागर

Profound Origin

  • Middle English: from Old French profund, from Latin profundus ‘deep’, from Latin pro ‘before’ + fundus ‘bottom’. The word was used earliest in the sense ‘showing deep insight’.

Profound in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Shobhaa De frivolous statement only reflects her profound ignorance of how athletes perform or what motivates them towards excellence.
  • The students were in a state of complete shock and profound grief.
  • This will have a profound impact on food security and bring us closer to our national goal of doubling farmer incomes by 2020.
  • Little and profound emotions have been woven in and the film is sure to give you a lump in the throat.
  • India’s energy sector is seeing profound transformations since the past two years.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of profound

  • profound = prof. found a deep (profound) secret

Profound Pronunciation

Ego Is a Veneer for Profound Weakness | Ryan Holiday

Poignant

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Poignant english hindi meaning with picture

Poignant Vocab Meme +1 Vocabulary Word to your Wordlist

Poignant [poin-yuhnt, poi-nuhnt] (adjective)

  • very moving, sad, highly emotional
  • evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret
  • keenly distressing to the feelings: poignant regret.
  • keen or strong in mental appeal: a subject of poignant interest.
  • affecting or moving the emotions: a poignant scene.
  • pungent to the smell: poignant cooking odors.

Poignant Hindi meaning

  • मार्मिक,हृदय विदारक

Poignant Word Usage from recent news

Short Film About Smartphone Overuse Is Smart, Poignant, Depressing

Poignant Scene 🙁

poignant scene

Poignant Mnemonic Trick to remember word

  • sounds like “pregnant”, think what the situation of a woman would be who is pregnant and watching a video of a “woman giving birth”.. obviously gr8 but painful as well                                                                                             – by Swapneel Patil