Delectable

DELECTABLE English Hindi meaning

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

Delectable [dih-lek-tuh-buh l] 

  • (adj) (of food or drink) delicious.“delectable handmade chocolates”
  • (adj) extremely attractive.“the delectable Ms Davis”
  • (noun) an especially appealing or appetizing food or dish, “a buffet table spread with delectables”

Delectable (डिलेक्टबल) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • मनोहर, रमणीय, रुचिर, ललित, स्वादिष्ट

Delectable Origin

  • late Middle English: via Old French from Latin delectabilis, from delectare ‘to charm’ (see delight).

Delectable in a sentence (word usage in newspaper)

  • Right ingredients alone do not lead to a delectable dish.
  • But before I started trying the delectable food items, I was offered Pineapple Panna.
  • The unripe fruit is made into curries and stews along with aromatic spices which lend in a delectable flavour.
  • A large spread of delectable snack items lie ready after a long day of fasting.
  • For Indians, who are always hungry for some bloody drama, the high profile murders make for a delectable watch.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of delectable

  • delectable = something delicious on table

Delectable Pronunciation

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Aesthetic

aesthetic English Hindi meaning

Aesthetic Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with pictures

Aesthetic [es-thet-ik]

  • (adj) concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty.”the pictures give great aesthetic pleasure”
  • (noun) a set of principles underlying the work of a particular artist or artistic movement.“the Cubist aesthetic”

Aesthetic (एस्थेटिक) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • सौंदर्यशास्र-संबंधी,सुरुचिपूर्ण, सौंदर्यात्मक, सौंदर्यबोध-विषयक

Aesthetic Origin

  • late 18th century (in the sense ‘relating to perception by the senses’): from Greek aisthētikos, from aisthēta ‘perceptible things’, from aisthesthai ‘perceive’. The sense ‘concerned with beauty’ was coined in German in the mid 18th century and adopted into English in the early 19th century, but its use was controversial until much later in the century.

Aesthetic in a sentence (usage in newspaper)

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of aesthetic

  • pathetic opposite is aesthetic, which means beauty

Aesthetic Pronunciation

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