Concussion

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Concussion

  • (noun) temporary unconsciousness or confusion and other symptoms caused by a blow on the head. “he was carried off the pitch with concussion”
  • (noun) a violent shock as from a heavy blow. “the ground shuddered with the concussion of the blast”

Concussion meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • मस्तिष्काघात, सिर में चोट जो कम गंभीर हो, आघात

Concussion origin

  • late Middle English: from Latin concussio(n- ), from the verb concutere ‘dash together, shake’ (see concuss).

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

  • Chinelle Henry ruled out of India ODIs with concussion, Henry was ruled out by a concussion suffered after diving to stop a ball headed for the boundary. While she saved a crucial couple of runs, her …
  • FA chairman wants concussion substitutes in football, LONDON: Football Association chairman Greg Clarke wants concussion substitutes introduced “as quickly as possible” following a landmark …
  • India Vs South Africa 3rd Test: Dread rubber, On their tour of South Africa in 2018, India had won the third Test after … Dean Elgar needed a concussion test after being hit on the grille by a …
  • Dean Elgar Sidelined For Six Days Due To Concussion, Dean Elgar’s tour of India ended in the worst possible manner. One of the most experienced players in the current South Africa team, Dean Elgar started the tour …
  • I’m all for it, it makes total sense: Kohli on concussion substitutes, KINGSTON: India skipper Virat Kohli has endorsed the new ICC rule on concussion substitutes, saying it makes total sense to replace a player

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Concussion 

  • concussion also means temporary unconsciousness…CON(connected)+CUSHION…a person who is connected to his cushion because of violent blow on his head and he is unconscious…

Concussion pronunciation

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