Plunge

Plunge

  • (verb) jump or dive quickly and energetically; “Joy stripped her clothes off and plunged into the sea”
  • (verb) fall suddenly and uncontrollably; “the aircraft plunged to the ground”
  • (verb) embark impetuously on a speech or course of action; “he came to a decision, and plunged on before he had time to reconsider it”
  • (verb) suffer a rapid decrease in value; “shares in the company plunged 18p on news that profits had fallen”
  • (verb) (of a ship) pitch; “the ship plunged through the 20-foot seas”
  • (verb) (of a horse) rear violently; “the frightened horse plunged and bolted”
  • (verb) push or thrust quickly; “he plunged his hands into his pockets”
  • (verb) quickly immerse in liquid; “plunge the pears into a bowl of cold water”
  • (verb) suddenly bring into a specified condition or state; “the room was plunged into darkness”
  • (verb) sink (a pot containing a plant) in the ground; “pot up and plunge spring-flowering bulbs”
  • (noun) an act of jumping or diving into water; “a plunge into the deep end of the pool”
  • (noun) a swift and drastic fall in value or amount; “the central bank declared a 76% plunge in its profits”

Phrases:

  • take the plunge — commit oneself to a course of action about which one is nervous;“she wondered whether to enter for the race, but decided to take the plunge”

Plunge (प्लन्ज) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • गोता, छलांग, डुबकी, प्रवेश, तैरने का तालाब, कूद, डुबाना, डूबना, प्रवेश करना, गोता लगाना, किसी काम में मग्न हो जाना, झटके से डालना, उछाल आना, ग़ोता लगाना, कूदना

Plunge Origin

  • late Middle English: from Old French plungier ‘thrust down’, based on Latin plumbum ‘lead, plummet’.

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

  • More than 250 people took the plunge at Lake Fenton.
  • Political donations plunge to $16.7m – down from average $25ma year.
  • Temperatures to plunge to -5.
  • Big Oil Companies Finished 2018 Strong Despite Plunge in Oil Prices.
  • In Spain, international adoptions plunge while surrogacy grows.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of plunge

  • sound like “put lung in water”

Plunge pronunciation

Abet

abet English Hindi meaning

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

Abet

  • (verb) encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime; “he was not guilty of murder, but guilty of aiding and abetting others”

Abet (अबेट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • उकसाना, अपराध आदि में सहायक होना, बुरे काम के लिये उकसाना, सहयोग देना, बढ़ावा देना

Abet Origin

  • late Middle English (in the sense ‘urge to do something good or bad’): from Old French abeter, from a- (from Latin ad ‘to, at’) + beter ‘hound, urge on’.

Abet in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Hang officials who abet lake encroachments, says Speaker.
  • Social media and online media will continue to aid and abet terrorists with spreading their message and reaching new generations of recruits.
  • We also arrested another young man, Ameen Ali, from the same premises for helping Muzamil abet the crime.
  • China could initiate and enhance its support for militants in the Indian northeast, or worse, encourage and abet Pakistan’s proxy warriors.
  • Digital currency to abet money laundering: Report

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of abet

  • abet = “aa” + “bet” lagate hai, you can’t kill a tiger

Abet Pronunciation

Akshay Kumar abetting the crime

Admonish

Admonish English Hindi meaning

Admonish Vocab Meme Dicitionary – English to Hindi translation with pictures

Admonish [ad-mon-ish]

  • (verb) to caution, advise, or counsel against something
  • (verb) to reprove or scold, especially in a mild and good-willed manner:
    “The teacher admonished him about excessive noise”
  • (verb) to urge to a duty; remind, “to admonish them about their obligations”

Admonish (ऐड्मानिश) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • सावधान करना, कान खोलना, नम्रता से झिड़कना,  साधारण चेतावनी देना, गम्भीरता से सलाह देना

Admonish Origin

  • Middle English amonest ‘urge, exhort’, from Old French amonester, based on Latin admonere ‘urge by warning’

Admonish in a sentence (usage in newspaper)

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of admonish

  • Mom admonishing ” beta so jao nahi De-mon aa jaayega”

Admonish Pronunciation

Sunny Deol Admonishing 🙂