Palpitate

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Palpitate

  • (verb) (of the heart) beat rapidly, strongly, or irregularly. “drink wakened him in the night with a palpitating heart”
  • (verb) shake; tremble. “she was palpitating with terror”

Palpitate meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • धडकना, फड़कना, कांपना, तड़पना, धड़कना, फड़कना, स्पंदित होना

Palpitate origin

  • early 17th century: from Latin palpitat- ‘patted’, from the verb palpitare, frequentative of palpare ‘touch gently’.

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

  • Do you suffer from palpitations? Beware, it could lead to …, “Unfortunately, in India, we do not have a national registry for cardiac … In the given context, arrhythmias or palpitations stand its own ground as …
  • My son is one of Kashmir’s ‘disappeared’. When will India tell …, When will India tell the truth about their fate? …. the enforced silence in Kashmir today makes my heart palpitate in the same way as the terror of …
  • If this part of your body palpitate, then be careful, According to astrology, palpitate of body parts gives both auspicious and inauspicious signs. In such a situation, it is said that the human body …
  • Can Caffeine Cause Irregular Heart Rhythms?, “I usually advise my patients with palpitations that are worsened with caffeine to cut down if they can and reassure others with arrhythmias that …
  • Justice League movie review: DC’s answer to the Avengers is …, … in comparison to the original DC animated series, but it can also make a houseful crowd of excited fans positively palpitate with pure joy.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Palpitate

  • palpitate-split it as pal+pit…my pal(frnd) fell on a pit, as a result of which my heart started to BEAT RAPIDLY
  • palpitate = pulse + agitate.. generally heart beat faster in fear

Palpitate pronunciation

How to Pronounce Palpitate

Wobble

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Wobble

  • (verb) move or cause to move unsteadily from side to side. “the table wobbles where the leg is too short”
  • (verb) move unsteadily in a particular direction. “they wobble around on their bikes”
  • (verb) (of the voice) vary slightly in pitch; quaver. “her voice wobbled dangerously, but she brought it under control”
  • (verb) waver between different courses of action; vacillate. “he is beginning to wobble on the issue”
  • (noun) an unsteady movement from side to side. “the handlebars developed a wobble”
  • (noun) a variation of pitch in the voice. “a caricature of the operatic wobble”
  • (noun) a moment of indecision or instability. “the only serious wobble of the campaign”

Wobble meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • डगमगाना, लड़खड़ाना, काँपना, डगमगाने वाला, लड़खड़ाहट, लड़खड़ाने वाला, लरज़ना

Wobble origin

  • mid 17th century (earlier as wabble ): of Germanic origin; compare with Old Norse vafla ‘waver’; related to the verb wave.

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

  • 1st Test: Gritty Rahane revives India after top-order wobble, Ajinkya Rahane silenced his critics with a much-needed 81 on a pacer-friendly track as a wobbly India reached 203 for 6 against the West …
  • How Peter Siddle put the wobble back into Australia’s attack, It takes a little wobble through the air, hits one side of the seam, and darts … Tim Paine about how to bowl on day one at the SCG against India.
  • Federer finds comfort in wobble, The Swiss shrugged off that slow start and came back for a 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 victory on Monday night against Sumit Nagal, a qualifier from India …
  • Kohli, Rahane fifties put India in command of 1st Test, That gave the India batsmen a platform to build from and, despite a minor wobble as wickets fell in consecutive overs in the second session, …
  • Trump’s wish to buy Greenland brings to mind colonial …, Sir — The incisive analysis on the state of the Indian economy in “Wobble trouble” (Aug 21), reinforced its swift deterioration under the …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Wobble 

  • rhyiimng hobble – hop amble walk with difficulty

Wobble pronunciation