Mince

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Mince 

  • (verb) cut up (food, especially meat) into very small pieces, typically in a machine. “minced beef”
  • (verb) walk with short quick steps in an affectedly dainty manner. “there were plenty of secretaries mincing about”
  • (noun) minced meat, especially beef. “stir in the mince and fry until browned”

Mince meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • छोटा छोटा काटना, ठुमक कर चलना, कीमा बनाना, कीमा

Mince origin

  • late Middle English: from Old French mincier, based on Latin minutia ‘smallness’

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

  • Kashmir crisis: Why China is so important to Pakistan vs India dispute, Several scuffles have taken place at the border in the past, and Hua Chunying didn’t mince her words when condemning India’s move which …
  • Angry Rahul Bajaj criticises Centre for falling demand, private …, The 81 year-old billionaire businessman did not mince words while … World Bank expects India’s economy to grow 7.5 percent this fiscal, …
  • Ravi Shastri likely to remain Team India coach, MUMBAI: Ravi Shastri, the present head coach of the Indian … Virat didn’t even mince words when asked about this the other day,” those in the …
  • Kashmiri students in Calcutta cut off and let down, Students from Kashmir in the city did not mince words in expressing their anger at the turn of events, though their immediate concern was the …
  • The evergreen college canteens, “The mince cutlets will always be a classic dish. … since 1981, says, “There’s something for every student here from continental, to South Indian.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Mince 

  • mincesounds like mice which takes tiny steps to go anywhere and nce(nice)or speak nicely or carefuly to larger people
  • mince – mice running.. bcoz she is small her steps r small too.. n she is swift ( SMALL steps + SWIFT)

Mince pronunciation


Pelt

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Pelt

  • (verb) hurl missiles repeatedly at; “two boys pelted him with rotten apples”
  • (verb) hurl (something) at someone or something; “she spotted four boys pelting stones at ducks”
  • (of rain, hail, or snow) fall quickly and very heavily; “the rain was pelting down”
  • (informal) run somewhere very quickly; “I pelted across the road”
  • (Phrases) full pelt — as fast as possible; “I ran downstairs at full pelt”
  • (noun) the skin of an animal with the fur, wool, or hair still on it; “traders brought reindeer pelts”
  • (Phrases) in one’s pelt — naked.“they came across Henn, standing in his pelt by the river”

Pelt (पेलत / पलट / पेल्ट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • झपटना, झोंकना, डालना, पीटना, फेंकना, मारना, फेंक कर मारना, ताबड़तोड़ भागना, मूसलाधार होना, तेज़ी से आगे बढ़ना, खाल, चमड़ा, चोट, मार, कच्चा चमड़ा, ताबड़तोड़ भागना, मूसलाधार होना, कूड़ा-कर्कट, फेंकने का कार्य

Pelt origin

  • Middle English: either from obsolete pellet ‘skin’, from an Old French diminutive of pel ‘skin’, from Latin pellis ‘skin’, or a back-formation from peltry.

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

  • Miscreants pelt stones on new Train 18 during trial run.
  • Hailstorm, rain pelt down on rabi crops.
  • New Zealand canoe hire shop housed Tassie tiger pelt worth $250000.
  • Storms pelt Shaver Lake with snow and rain mix.
  • An animal’s pelt can be affected by a number of environmental factors.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of pelt

  • pelt – pelt stones

Pelt pronunciation

Gambol

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gambol English Hindi meaning

Gambol Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with Picture Dictionary

Gambol

  • (verb) run or jump about playfully “Lead singer Andrea gambolled and spun with aplomb”

  • (noun) an act of running or jumping about playfully “the two of them run off to the woods for a gambol together”

Gambol (गैम्बल) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • उछल-कूद करना, कलोल, कूद-फांद

Gambol Origin

  • early 16th century: alteration of gambade (see gambado1), via French from Italian gambata ‘trip up’, from gamba ‘leg’.

Gambol in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • But however much they frolic and gambol, the walls of the room contain them.
  • As fish gambol, preen and strut in the water, so thinking beings give off their best only when left uncontrolled.
  • The promise in the name seemed to have paid off as I watched the three creatures gambol in the water.
  • Goats and bare-bodied babies gambol around them, while a cow, undisturbed by any of this, pensively chews on her cud.
  • Note that their own kids gambol in Pizza Huts and beer parlors : eminently conducive environs for spouting nationalism.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of gambol

  • gambol = game+ball (ucchal-khud)

Gambol Pronunciation

Abscond

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Abscond English Hindi meaning

Abscond Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture Dictionary

Abscond [ab-skond]

  • (verb) leave hurriedly and secretly, typically to escape from custody or avoid arrest

Abscond (ऐब्स्कान्ड) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • फ़रार होना,भाग जाना

Abscond Origin

  • mid 16th century (in the sense ‘hide, conceal oneself’): from Latin abscondere ‘hide’, from ab- ‘away, from’ + condere ‘stow’

Abscond in a sentence (usage in newspaper)

  • After conning the victims of huge sums of money, they abscond.
  • Probably that was one of the main reasons he chose to surrender and cooperate with his captors rather than abscond.
  • No one, howsoever mighty he or she maybe, has the right to abscond from the law.
  • In the attempt to abscond from the place he lost control of the vehicle and knocked against two checkpoint barricades one after the other.
  • Real estate tycoon Anil Kumar Sharma today claimed that he was not absconding after being named an accused in the murder of Balika.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of abscond

  • “Ab” – scond (“KAND”) – ‘Ab’ ‘kand’ karoge toh secrectly bhagna padega nahh

Abscond Pronunciation

Dhoom – John’s absconding scene