Gauge

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Gauge

  • (noun) an instrument that measures and gives a visual display of the amount, level, or contents of something. “a fuel gauge”
  • (noun) a tool for checking whether something conforms to a desired dimension. “mark out the details of the angled surfaces with a knife and gauge”
  • (noun) a means of estimating something. “emigration is perhaps the best gauge of public unease”
  • (noun) the thickness, size, or capacity of something, especially as a standard measure.
  • (noun) the diameter of a wire, fibre, tube, etc. “a fine 0.018-inch gauge wire”
  • (noun) a measure of the diameter of a gun barrel, or of its ammunition, expressed as the number of spherical pieces of shot of the same diameter as the barrel that can be made from 1 lb (454 g) of lead. “a 12-gauge shotgun”
  • (noun) the thickness of sheet metal or plastic. “500-gauge polythene”
  • (noun) the distance between the rails of a line of railway track. “the line was laid to a gauge of 2 ft 9 ins”
  • (noun) the position of a sailing ship to windward ( the weather gage ) or leeward ( the lee gage ) of another. “the French fleet was heavily outnumbered but had the weather gage”
  • (verb) estimate or determine the amount, level, or volume of. “astronomers can gauge the star’s intrinsic brightness”
  • (verb) judge or assess (a situation, mood, etc.). “she was unable to gauge his mood”
  • (verb) measure the dimensions of (an object) with a gauge. “when dry the assemblies can be gauged exactly”

Gauge meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • नापना, मापना, माप, आंकना, मानदंड, गेज, नाप, मापक, भाँपना, अनुमान, एक सा करना, ठीक-ठीक नापना, नाप, पट्टी का झीना कपड़ा, पैमाना, पैमाना बनाना, मापना, रेल की लाइन का अन्तर, विस्तार

Gauge origin

  • Middle English (denoting a standard measure): from Old French gauge (noun), gauger (verb), variant of Old Northern French jauge (noun), jauger (verb), of unknown origin.

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

  • India Services Gauge Remains in Contraction Zone in October, India’s main services index signaled a contraction for a second straight month, the weakest stretch since 2017, amid a prolonged economic …
  • RB enters male grooming category in India with hair removal …, “Male grooming is a big trend among Indian consumers who are … from online searches to gauge demand for such products in the market.
  • Kartarpur corridor: Pakistan adopting uncooperative attitude, … Sahib gurudwara in Pakistan, India was looking at sending an advance team to gauge the arrangements made, the person cited above said. ,
  • India to work with China, Pakistan to gauge impact of climate …, To better gauge the impact of climate change on the Hindu Kush mountains, which includes the Himalayas, and spruce up data-gathering, the …
  • Indian businesses buoyant about growth amid global …, According to the report, 96% of companies surveyed in India are … The gauge contracted by 5.2% in September from a growth of 4.3% in the …

Gauge pronunciation

Reckon

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Reckon

  • (verb) establish by calculation. “his debts were reckoned at £300,000”
  • (verb) include someone or something in (a class or group). “the society can reckon among its members males of the royal blood
  • (verb) be of the opinion. “he reckons that the army should pull out entirely”
  • (verb) consider or regard in a specified way. “the event was reckoned a failure”
  • (verb) have a specified view or opinion of. “‘What do you reckon on this place?’ she asked”
  • (verb) rate highly. “I don’t reckon his chances”
  • (verb) rely on or be sure of. “they had reckoned on a day or two more of privacy”
  • (verb) expect to do a particular thing. “I reckon to get away by two-thirty”

Reckon meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning

  • समझना, निर्भर होना, गिनना, अनुमान लगाना, संख्या करना, आशा करना, माना जाना, योग ज्यात करना, गणना करना

Reckon origin

  • Old English ( ge)recenian ‘recount, relate’, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch rekenen and German rechnen ‘to count (up)’. Early senses included ‘give an account of items received’ and ‘mention things in order’, which gave rise to the notion of ‘calculation’ and hence of ‘being of an opinion’.

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

  • Amit Aggarwal is fast becoming a menswear force to reckon with, Amit Aggarwal’s new to the menswear game (he only debuted last year) but he’s beaten every big Indian designer to the covetable spot of …
  • Why you need to look beyond Form 16 when filing tax returns, … return (ITR) to 31 August, there’s no last-minute rush to reckon with. …. “Tax evasion is a criminal offence in India and can lead to the levy of ..
  • Jeep’s Big Burly Wrangler Is Almost Here!, The styling is very 80’s and boxy but we reckon this will be the least of the … The current generation Wrangler in India uses a 2.8-litre diesel …
  • 2019 Baja Aragon: Four Indian Riders End Rally On A High Note, While Sherco TVS fielded five riders, including three from India, Hero … He has proved that he is a force to reckon with and we can’t wait to see …
  • India tour of West Indies, 2nd T20I – Match Preview, Playing XI and Key … In that case Manish Pandey will be the one missing out but I reckon

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Reckon

  • recollect … old memories
  • rec(K) + ON who’s recording is on and hence can grasp and calculate fast

Reckon pronunciation


Arbiter

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Arbiter [ahr-bi-ter]

  • (noun) a person who settles a dispute or has ultimate authority in a matter.

Arbiter (आर्बिटर) meaning in Hindi

  • न्यायकर्त्ता,पंच, विवाचक (m)

Arbiter word usage in recent news (Arbiter in a sentence)

  • A cool Virat, of the kind who played arbiter in the ugly Jadeja-Raina verbal duel last year, has the potential of doing wonders to India’s fortunes.
  • For the remaining five seats, Central Election Committee, led by Sonia Gandhi, will be the final arbiter.
  • Rather than being a fair arbiter, the Centre took sides and antagonised many.

Mnemonic Trick to remember the meaning of Arbiter

  • AR(arbitarty means random)+BEATER……a person who beats the hammer on the table randomly saying SILENCE SILENCE is an arbiter     – by nileshdive

Sunny Deol defending his case in front of Arbiter