Punitive (adj) inflicting or intended as punishment; “he called for punitive measures against the Eastern bloc” (adj) (of a tax or other charge) extremely high; “the government plans to announce punitive taxes on imports” Punitive (प्यूनटिव / प्यूनिटिव) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary) Punitive Origin early 17th century: from French punitif, -ive or medieval Latin punitivus, from Latin punit- ‘punished’, from the verb punire (see punish). Punitive in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper) Punitive action: Imtiaz store to stay closed for 6 hours every day. Decision made due to massive traffic jams caused by shoppers. The administration has, finally, decided to take punitive action against cattle owners if their cows, buffaloes, goats are seen bathing in the lake. According to him, it is prudent that the government rolls out punitive measures to deter people from displaying bad environmental practices. A federal jury on May 23 awarded $6,128.39 in compensatory damages and $2.5 million in punitive damages to David M. Daugherty of Vienna. The federal government is considering punitive tax measures against non-filers of income tax returns in the federal budget. Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of punitive Punitive Pronunciation VIDEO VIDEO Grotesque (adj) odd or unnatural in shape, appearance, or character; fantastically ugly or absurd; bizarre; “a grotesque creature with a flattened body and a squashed head” (adj) incongruous or inappropriate to a shocking degree; “stories of grotesque mismanagement and wasting of money” (noun) a very ugly or comically distorted figure or image; “the rods are carved in the form of a series of gargoyle faces and grotesques” (noun) a style of decorative painting or sculpture consisting of the interweaving of human and animal forms with flowers and foliage. Grotesque (ग्रोटेस्क) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary) असंगत, कुरूप, भद्दा, भ्रष्ट, विकृत, विचित्र, विलक्षण, विषम, हास्यप्रद Grotesque Origin mid 16th century (as noun): from French crotesque (the earliest form in English), from Italian grottesca, from opera or pittura grottesca ‘work or painting resembling that found in a grotto’; ‘grotto’ here probably denoted the rooms of ancient buildings in Rome which had been revealed by excavations, and which contained murals in the grotesque style. Grotesque in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper) Chennai’s killers share grotesque trait: Like to watch victims die. Harlan Ullman: Presidential race has become grotesque game show. Grotesque ISIS video shows the training of child soldiers. GROTESQUE images of gangrenous toes and clogged arteries are to be emblazoned across cigarette packets made for sale in UK shops. An economy that tackles the grotesque inequality that is holding people back. Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of grotesque imagine a tusk grow on your face… you will look grotesque 🙂 Grotesque Pronunciation VIDEO VIDEO Audacious [aw- dey-sh uh s] (adj) showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks;“an audacious explorer” (adj) showing an impudent lack of respect; “he made an audacious remark” Audacious (आडैशस / ऑडेशस) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary) उजड्ड, ढीठ, निडर, निर्भीक, साहसी, अक्खड़ Audacious origin mid 16th century: from Latin audax, audac- ‘bold’ (from audere ‘dare’) + -ious. Audacious in a sentence (usage in newspaper) Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of audacious crowd mein ‘Audible’ hone ke liye ‘audacious’ hone jaruri hai Audacious pronunciation VIDEO Asian Paints Audacious Chote Nawab – “aane do!!” VIDEO Lunatic [loo-nuh-tik] an insane person, madman, maniac a reckless impetuous irresponsible person Lunatic Hindi Meaning: पागल Lunatic Asylum: पागलखाना Lunatic Word Usage: Lunatic Mnemonic trick to memorize word:
remember luna (the bike in india) ? if today somebody drives an outdated vehicle like luna , he will be called insane !
Inordinate [in-awr-dn-it] (adjective) beyond normal limits excessive