Reprimand

reprimand meaning

Reprimand Vocab Meme – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Reprimand

  • (noun) a severe reproof or rebuke, especially a formal one by a person in authority; “the golfer received a reprimand for a breach of rules”

  • (verb) rebuke formally “officials were reprimanded for poor work”

Reprimand (रेप्रमैन्ड / रेप्रीमान्ड) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • फटकार, निंदा करना, डांटना, डाँट, घुड़की

Reprimand Origin

  • mid 17th century: from French réprimande, via Spanish from Latin reprimenda, ‘things to be held in check’, neuter plural gerundive of reprimere.

Reprimand in a sentence (word usage in Newspaper)

  • BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj and party MLA Sangeet Som on Monday rejected media reports that they were reprimanded by party chief Amit Shah.
  • Wankhede curator asks BCCI to reprimand Ravi Shastri.
  • This comes amid reports that Shah on Sunday summoned and reprimanded several top party leaders for making controversial comments.
  • All Level 1 breaches carry a minimum penalty of an official reprimand and a maximum penalty of 50 per cent of a player’s match fee.
  • Ensure to reprimand/report anyone teasing stray animals. (No tying crackers to tails or hurling a live fire on an innocent animal.)

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of reprimand

  • Reprimand = Remand ; jab police kissi ko remand per leti hai toh they scold severely (rebuke formally)

Reprimand Pronunciation

Software Engineer reprimanded – Sunny Deol Funny

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 🙂