Insolvent

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Insolvent

  • (adj) unable to pay debts owed. “the company became insolvent”
  • (adj) relating to insolvency. “insolvent liquidation”

Insolvent meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  •  दिवालियापन, ऋणशोधनाक्षम, दरिद्र, दिवालिया

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

  • Time for Insolvency of airlines : Jet Airways a lesson!, Assuming that Jet goes for insolvency, some of the issues that shall crop … Air Deccan, Air India Cargo, Indian Airlines and Sahara Airlines.
  • File for bankruptcy to become debt-free, If you live in Mumbai, Kolkata or Chennai, you will be governed by the Presidency Towns Insolvency Act, 1909; for all other places in India, you …
  • RCom to go for insolvency as it fails to repay debt, Reliance Communications has decided to opt for insolvency proceedings following its failure to sell assets for paying back its lenders, the Anil ..
  • India: Insolvency Laws For Corporate Persons: Position Under …, India: Insolvency Laws For Corporate Persons: Position Under Companies Act, 2013 Vis-À-Vis Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016 …
  • Husbands Go ‘Insolvent‘, Live in ‘Penury’ When Wives Seek …, New Delhi: When estranged wives ask for maintenance, husbands start saying they are living in penury or have gone insolvent, the Supreme …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Insolvent

  • in + solvent = one who cant solve his debts.
  • there is a saying in hindi ‘karz me doobna’…an insolvent person has not yet dissolved but has high probability of dissolving

Insolvent pronunciation


indigent

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indigent meaning in Hindi

indigent Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

indigent

  • (adj) poor; needy; “the first state pensions were given to indigent people over seventy”
  • (noun) a needy person.

indigent (इन्डिजन्ट / इन्डिजेन्ट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • गरीब, दरिद्र, दीन, निर्धन, बेचारा, मुहताज

indigent Origin

  • late Middle English: via Old French from late Latin indigent- ‘lacking’, from the verb indigere, from indi- (strengthened form of in- ‘into’) + egere ‘to need’.

indigent in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Bill moots protection for indigent widows.
  • Socare, an organisation that looks after indigent children of convicts, roped the team for a camp.
  • St Elizabeth hospital and Lotus Eye Hospital – failing to reserve 20% of beds for the indigent and economically weaker sections of society.
  • Indigent sections of society would not find themselves welcome in its halls anymore.
  • The urge to help friends and neighbours in their distress, to have pity for the poor and the indigent, is just not there.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of indigent

  • indigent = indian + gent,  most of them are poor and needy 🙂

indigent Pronunciation

Parsimonious

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Parsimonious meaning in Hindi

Parsimonious Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Parsimonious

  • (adj) very unwilling to spend money or use resources; “even the parsimonious Joe paid for drinks all round”

Parsimonious (पार्समोनीअस) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • अल्पव्ययी, कंजूस, किफायती, कृपण, तुच्छ, थोड़ा, दरिद्र, मितव्ययी, किफ़ायती

Parsimonious Origin

  • 1590-1600; parsimon(y) + -ious

Parsimonious in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Mustifizur Rehman the most parsimonious of bowlers and Bhuvneshwar Kumar one of the leading wicket takers.
  • A parsimonious banker, now that is rare!
  • However, the government has been extremely parsimonious with granting compulsory licences.
  • He would live a simple life cutting corners to lead a parsimonious routine.
  • Perhaps a parsimonious candidate might be better suited for government service today.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of parsimonious

  • parsimonious… purse se money nahi nikalega

Parsimonious Pronunciation

Guess the parsimonious guy here 🙂