Ludicrous

Ludicrous meaning in Hindi

Ludicrous Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hndi translation with picture dictionary

Ludicrous

  • (adj) so foolish, unreasonable, or out of place as to be amusing; “it’s ludicrous that I have been fined”

Ludicrous (लूडक्रस) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • ऊटपटांग, बेढंगा, बेतुका,हास्यास्पद

Ludicrous Origin

  • early 17th century (in the sense ‘sportive, intended as a jest’): from Latin ludicrus (probably from ludicrum ‘stage play’) + -ous.

Ludicrous in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • The 6 most ludicrous claims the Trump campaign has made.
  • It was just a ludicrous question.
  • It’s simply ludicrous to reward multiple people for the same category.
  • Calling two-plus percent growth rates in industry, which is what the Modi period has witnessed, an “achievement”, is obviously ludicrous.
  • But the idea of forcing a sex change on the ultra-masculine James Bond for the sake of equal opportunity is beyond ludicrous.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of ludicrous

  • ludicrous = ridiculous

Ludicrous Pronunciation

Grotesque

grotesque meaning in Hindi

Grotesque Vocab Meme Dctionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

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