Eminent

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Eminent

  • (adj) (of a person) famous and respected within a particular sphere;
    “one of the world’s most eminent statisticians”.
  • (adj) (of a positive quality) present to a notable degree; “the book’s scholarship and eminent readability”

Eminent (एमिनेंट / एमीनेंट / एमिनेन्ट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  •  प्रख्यात, प्रतापी, प्रतिष्ठित, प्रवर, प्रसिद्ध, महत, मान्यवर, विशिष्ट, श्रेष्ठ, सुप्रसिद्ध, अग्रगण्य, उत्तुंग, प्रकांड, उच्च, उत्कृष्ट, ऊँचा, ऊंचा

Eminent Origin

  • late Middle English: from Latin eminent- ‘jutting, projecting’, from the verb eminere.

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

  • PM Modi doing best to advance common good in India, says eminent economist Prof Kotler.
  • Eminent academician S Ramaswamy passes away at 86.
  • The JQ Wingate Literary Prize is Britain’s pre-eminent Jewish literary prize.
  • Death of an eminent English composer, 91.
  • Eminent Polish musicologist dies.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of eminent

  • think about Eminem who is always above others.

Eminent pronunciation

Eminent scientist Yash Pal dies at 90

Acclaim

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Acclaim English Hindi meaning

Acclaim Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with Picture Dictionary

Acclaim

  • (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

Acclaim Origin

  • 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

Acclaim Pronunciation

Director Nila Madhab Panda on his Internationally Acclaimed Film – I Am Kalam