Hurl Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary
- (verb) throw or impel (someone or something) with great force; “rioters hurled a brick through the windscreen”
- (verb) utter (abuse) vehemently; “the demonstrators hurled abuse at councillors”
- (informal) vomit; “you make me want to hurl”
- (informal) (noun) a ride in a vehicle; a lift; “hey pal, any chance of a hurl?”
Hurl (हर्ल) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
- जोर से फेंकना, जोर से चिल्लाना
- Middle English: probably imitative, but corresponding in form and partly in sense with Low German hurreln.
Hurl in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)
- Gold traders hurl black flags at Sushma Swaraj’s car.
- A few minutes later, they returned to the spot and hurled stones at the car and fled the scene.
- Mandya municipal councillors hurl abuses, come to blows.
- ‘Go Raksha’ activists hurl shoe at Kanhaiya.
- I’m also able to hurl myself around the station, though most of the time I only succeed in propelling myself away from the station.
Shoe hurled at Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal (Breaking News)
Reticent Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi Translation with pictures
- (adj) not revealing one’s thoughts or feelings readily.“Mannu was extremely reticent about her personal affairs”
Reticent (रेटिसन्ट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
- मौन रहने वाला,अल्पभाषी,कम बोलने वाला
reticent vs reluctant
reticent vs taciturn
Reticent in a sentence (usage in Newspaper)
- Four Reasons Republicans Seem Reticent in Menendez Case
- Sunil Narine has, perhaps, become even more reticent but his confidence hasn’t been shattered.
- If the grapevine is to be believed, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, usually reticent to speak out, or interact with media-persons ever since he became PM.
- he usually reticent Rahul’s image as a politician has got a complete makeover since his “suit-boot-ki-sarkar” speech last week.
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Reticent
- Reti- cent –> Rota hua saint, humesha reticent hi dikhega
Is Obama too reticent on race?
Diffident Vocab Meme +1 Vocabulary Word to your Word List
Diffident [dif-i-duhnt] (adjective)
- someone who is shy and lacks self-confidence
- lacking confidence in one’s own ability
- restrained or reserved in manner, conduct, etc
Diffident Word Usage:
- Diffidence is sure to mar your chances of selection in the interview.
- There’s no need to be so diffident about your achievements – you’ve done really well!
Diffident Word Usage in News: