(adj) different to what is normal or expected; strange. “he gave her some very peculiar looks”
(adj) slightly and indefinably unwell. “I felt a little peculiar for a while”
(adj) particular; special. “any attempt to explicate the theme is bound to run into peculiar difficulties”
(adj) belonging exclusively to. “some languages are peculiar to one region”
(noun) a parish or church exempt from the jurisdiction of the diocese in which it lies, and subject to the direct jurisdiction of the monarch or an archbishop. “deans and canons of royal peculiars, notably Westminster Abbey and Windsor”
Peculiar meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
late Middle English (in the sense ‘particular’): from Latin peculiaris‘of private property’, from peculium‘property’, from pecu‘cattle’ (cattle being private property). The sense ‘strange’ dates from the early 17th century.
Peculiar in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Opinion: The peculiar Indian curse of ‘first-class first’, As the Indian team, the tournament favourite, exited the cricket World Cup after losing to New Zealand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted …
Mumbai: Fines for cattle on roads to rise 300%, MUMBAI: To a traveller, the one peculiar constant on the Indian landscape is the presence of cattle on our roads. BMC has now decided to take …
Kodaikanal’s ‘hill garlic’ gets GI tag, As for its uniqueness, the application said: “Kodaikanal Hill Garlic is very peculiar than other varieties cultivated throughout India. The pungent …
Chandrayaan-2: a successful launch will give India a strategic …, This is India’s second lunar moon mission, and includes a lunar orbiter, a lander (Vikram), … We really need to address these peculiar lacunae.
The peculiar case of illegal encroachments in Mumbai and snail’s .., The Dongri building collapse which claimed 13 lives and injured 25 people on Tuesday is still fresh in the minds of people. Maharashtra Chief …
(adj) (of a feeling or atmosphere) so intense as to seem almost tangible. “a palpable sense of loss”
(adj) plain to see or comprehend. “to talk of dawn raids in the circumstances is palpable nonsense”
(adj) able to be touched or felt. “the palpable bump at the bridge of the nose”
Palpable meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
स्पर्शग्राह्य, छूने योग्य
late Middle English: from late Latin palpabilis, from Latin palpare‘feel, touch gently’.
Palpable in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
“Phenomenal” Hima Das: Virat Kohli’s Enthusiasm In Wishing India’s …, Virat Kohli’s Enthusiasm In Wishing India’s Golden Girl Is Palpable … It has been a gold rush for Indian athlete Hima Das as she clinched her …
The growing threat of climate change in India, In India, according to IMD data released by the statistics ministry, … As climate change becomes more palpable, some parts of India will be …
Palpable tension as Chandrayaan-2 set to launch at 2.43 pm, ISRO …, Bengaluru: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is set to launch the country’s second moon mission, Chandrayaan-2, Monday at …
he Lion King box office collection Day 4: Disney film passes the …, the photo-realistic reboot of The Lion King hit the screens in India, and … excitement has been palpable, especially around the Hindi-dubbed …
After World Cup, Chandrayaan-2 catches India’s attention, The enthusiasm for the moon mission was not confined to Sriharikota but was palpable across the country as the social media was flooded with …
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Palpable
PAL means a close friend….now PALPABLE…means we r able to touch or feel our pal even when he is not present
Acclaim Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with Picture Dictionary
(verb) to welcome or salute with shouts or sounds of joy and approval; applaud; “to acclaim the conquering heroes.”
celebrated, admired, highly rated, honoured; “an acclaimed public figure”
(noun) enthusiastic and public praise; “she has won acclaim for her commitment to democracy”
Acclaim (अक्लैम) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
जयकार, जय-जयकार करना, वाह-वाह करना, स्वागत करना, स्तुति करना
early 17th century (in the sense ‘express approval’): from Latin acclamare, from ad- ‘to’ + clamare ‘to shout’. The change in the ending was due to association with claim. Current senses date from the 17th century.
Acclaim in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)
She has never been an actress who aspires for National Awards or critical acclaim.
Beyonce’s Super Bowl halftime performance of her new song, “Formation,” was met with acclaim by her fans and the mainstream media.
Lauding Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ as an effort which deserves national acclaim and appreciation, Paswan said..
If we did 10 films a year, three might work and one might get some acclaim.
Sonu Sood, who earned acclaim for his role in Jodhaa Akbar, will play a pivotal role in the film, which is expected to start rolling next week.
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of acclaim
acclaim = reach your ‘AIM’, you will be acclaimed hero