Tacit

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Tacit

  • (adj) understood or implied without being stated. “your silence may be taken to mean tacit agreement”

Tacit meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • मौन, अनुक्त, अकथित रूप से, अल्प भाषी, चुप्पा, अल्पभाषी, खामोशी से, बिना आवाज़ किये, चुप्पी, अल्पभाषिता

Tacit origin

  • early 17th century (in the sense ‘wordless, noiseless’): from Latin tacitus, past participle of tacere ‘be silent’.

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

  • After tacit backing, US recalibrates its stance,NEW DELHI : Days after tacitly backing India on revoking the special status for Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcating the state, the US seems to …
  • Pranab Mukherjee nudge on economy,“India’s growth rate came down from 9.3 per cent in the first quarter of … intervention is being viewed as a tacit acknowledgement on the part of …
  • India’s deposit insurance cover remains the lowest globally, In India, bank deposits are insured by the Deposit Insurance and Credit … But such fall-back measures and the tacit support from the Centre …
  • Gear changing from a soft power to a hard one, India’s emerging hard power is backed by wherewithal including economic … and informal alliances, and tacit support amongst other countries.
  • When is National Sports Day and why do we celebrate it?, In India’s rich sporting history, the exemplary figure of Dhyan Chand … of Dhyan Chand Singh is well remembered because of his tacit refusal in …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Tacit 

  • Tacit ~ take it; imagine you are giving permission to someone to take something from your room…but you didn’t say it verbally but via your actions.
  • Tacit – Change the word to Tact – You tactfully (with perfection)handled the situation even without expressing it in words (tacit).

Tacit pronunciation


Stifle

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stifle meaning in Hindi

Stifle Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation

Stifle

  • (verb) restrain (a reaction) or stop oneself acting on (an emotion); “she stifled a giggle”
  • (verb) prevent or constrain (an activity or idea); “high taxes were stifling private enterprise”
  • (verb) make (someone) unable to breathe properly; suffocate; “those in the streets were stifled by the fumes”
  • (noun) a joint in the legs of horses, dogs, and other animals, equivalent to the knee in humans.

Stifle (स्टाइफल) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • दबाना, दम घोंटना

Stifle Origin

  • late Middle English: perhaps from a frequentative of Old French estouffer ‘smother, stifle’.

Stifle in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • World Cup 2018 Qualifying: Syrians stifle Korea, Japan back on track.
  • Sedition Has Become an Easy Tool to Stifle Dissent: Aakar Patel.
  • Realty Law Has ‘Serious Anomalies’, Can Stifle Growth: DLF.
  • BoE says won’t stifle innovation as wrestles with fintech.
  • Is Jai Hind College trying to stifle the voices of Mumbai youths?

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of stifle

  • stifle = stif + rifle dekhkar chor bhi stifle ho jaayega

Stifle Pronunciation