Truce

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Truce

  • (noun) an agreement between enemies or opponents to stop fighting or arguing for a certain time. “the guerrillas called a three-day truce”

Truce meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • युद्ध विराम, थोड़े दिन की सन्धि, अस्थायी संधि काल

Truce origin

  • Middle English trewestrues (plural), from Old English trēowa, plural of trēow ‘belief, trust’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch trouw and German Treue, also to true.

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

  • Ministries call truce, higher PF rate to stay … As it does not take a penny from the Consolidated Fund of India, it is not obliged to follow the …
  • Zomato Calls for Truce With Restaurant Owners, Says Willing to …, More than 1,200 restaurants in several major Indian cities have reportedly de-listed themselves from the dine-in programmes of services like …
  • IndiGo co-founder says feud still unresolved, reports of truce false, A co-founder of India’s biggest airline IndiGo, Rakesh Gangwal, said reports that a truce had been brokered between him and another …
  • 2nd jawan dies in 3 days as Pakistan violates truce in Poonch … The Indian Army “retaliated befittingly to the ceasefire violation” and caused …
  • Pakistan breaches truce again, 10-day-old infant injured in Sunday’s …, This is the second breach of truce in the last 24 hours. … sector, to which the Indian Army effectively retaliated,” said a defence spokesperson.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Truce 

  • it rhymes with juice…..so u give a juice to ppl who r fightin so tht it stops fr sum tym n dey can discuss over it:)

Truce pronunciation


Seclusion

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seclusion meaning in HindiSeclusion

  • (noun) the state of being private and away from other people;“they enjoyed ten days of peace and seclusion”

Seclusion (सिक्लूश़न) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • तनहाईअकेलापनएकांतता

Seclusion Origin

  • early 17th century: from medieval Latin seclusio(n- ), from secludere ‘shut off’

Seclusion in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • He went into seclusion for months after a motorcycle crash in 1966.
  • Seclusion is the best way to cope with a breakup.
  • So, they are forced to stay in old-age homes or live a life of extreme seclusion in their own homes.
  • After his death, his widow lived a life of guarded seclusion.
  • He resigned in 1983 and went into virtual seclusion.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of seclusion

  • seclude — opposite of include

Seclusion Pronunciation