Drench

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Drench

  • (verb) wet thoroughly, soak. “I fell in the stream and was drenched”
  • (verb) forcibly administer a drug in liquid form orally to (an animal). “three-times-a-year drenching for calves”
  • (noun) a dose of medicine administered to an animal. “a worming drench”

Drench meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • भीगना, गीला करना, सराबोर कर देना, दवा पिलाना, सराबोर करना, भिगाना, डुबाना, भिगोना, बौछाड़, मूसलधार बारिश

Drench origin

  • Old English drencan ‘force to drink’, drenc ‘a drink or draught’, of Germanic origin; related to German tränken (verb), Trank (noun), also to drink..

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

  • Snowfall on high reaches of HP, fresh rain shower drench in many …
  • From Hampi to Puri: Drench in the spirit of Holi at these destinations …
  • Stolen AK-47s drench Bihar in blood
  • Tropical downpours to renew flood threat in southern India, Sri Lanka …
  • Night long rains drench Bengaluru; Apartments near Hulimavu lake …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Drench

  • souse water on his hot face

Drench pronunciation

How to Drench a Cow – Six Simple Steps

Precipice

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percipice

Precipice Meme: Daily Vocab your ultimate vocabulary source      Source:www.thehindu.com

Precipice: (Noun)

1.a cliff with a vertical, nearly vertical, or overhanging face.

2.a situation of great peril: on the precipice of war.