Vigour

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Vigour

  • (noun) physical strength and good health. “I was 79, but still full of vigour and vitality”
  • (noun) effort, energy, and enthusiasm. “they set about the new task with vigour”

Vigour meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • तत्परता, उत्साह, फुर्ती, ओज, ऊर्जा, शक्ति/प्रभाव, ताकत

Vigour origin

  • Middle English: from Old French, from Latin vigor, from vigere ‘be lively’.

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

  • Maharashtra Election Results 2019: “Respect People’s Verdict …, Ms Munde told reporters she “respected the people’s verdict” and would continue working for them with renewed vigour. According to news …
  • India up 14 ranks to 63rd in World Bank ‘Doing Business’ list, India jumped 14 ranks to 63rd position in the World Bank’s ‘Doing Business’ …. and assured to continue working for them with renewed vigour.
  • Good news for both polity, economy, … be forced to seek and implement remedies for the slowdown with vigour. … and thwart a potential agro-processing revolution in rural India.
  • Pakistan crossing the line, … it appears to be backing the anti-India terror outfits with much more vigour. With the United States looking to Pakistan to help extricate it from …
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi throws Article 370 dare, “The new vigour of a new India is now visible on the global stage. Don’t you too sense and feel that?” he said as the crowd chanted “Modi, Modi …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Vigour 

  • when sm1 take Viagra,his dick is full of energy because its vigour

Vigour pronunciation

How to Pronounce Vigour

Daunting

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Daunting

  • (adj) seeming difficult to deal with in prospect, intimidating. “a daunting task”
  • (verb) make (someone) feel intimidated or apprehensive. “some people are daunted by technology”

Daunting meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • डरावना, हतोत्साही, चुनौतीपूर्ण, भयभीत करने वाला

Daunting origin

  • Middle English: from Old French danter, from Latin domitare, frequentative of domare ‘to tame’.

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

  • Water supply remains a daunting task, Albertina Nakale. WINDHOEK – The prevailing water scarcity in the country and the persisting drought should serve as a reminder that water …
  • Slowdown, global tensions make it a daunting task for Nirmala …, New Delhi: Whether defending her party in the media or the government over graft charges, Nirmala Sitharaman is no stranger to taking up …
  • Stumbling England face daunting India challenge, Their task, against an India side who recently usurped Eoin Morgan’s … summit of the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s ODI Team Rankings, is daunting.
  • Union Budget 2019: Nirmala Sitharaman faces daunting task of …m The India Ratings report raised concerns on the off-balance sheet borrowings by the government; It said the fiscal consolidation must continue …
  • Michelle Obama Recalls Daunting Sleepover Security Rules For …, Former US first lady Michelle Obama let her guard down over the weekend, recalling in an interview how Secret Service security shaped the …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Daunting 

  • Daun Sounds Like Don Nting Sounds Like Acting . Don Dicouraging The Persons Who Acting Like A Fearesome

Daunting pronunciation

ICC WC 2019 Demoralised Afghanistan face daunting task Vs upbeat India शेर–मेमने की लड़ाई!

Enervate

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Enervate English Hindi Meaning

Enervate Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi meaning with pictures

Enervate [v. en-er-veyt; adj. ih-nur-vit]

  • (adj) lacking in energy or vitality “enervated tone”
  • (verb) make (someone) feel drained of energy or vitality; “enervating heat”

Enervate (एनर्वेट / इ नर्विट / एनर्वेट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • ढीला, कमज़ोर, हतोत्साह करना, शक्तिहीन करना, कमज़ोर करना

Enervate Origin

  • early 17th century: from Latin enervat- ‘weakened (by extraction of the sinews)’, from the verb enervare, from e- (variant of ex-) ‘out of’ + nervus ‘sinew’.

Enervate in a sentence (usage in newspaper)

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of enervate

  • Enervate = Energy + waste

Enervate Pronunciation

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