Opine

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Opine

  • (verb) hold and state as one’s opinion. “‘The man is a genius,’ he opined”

Opine meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • राय होना, सोचना, मान लेना, विचार करना, समझना, ख़याल करना

Opine origin

  • late Middle English: from Latin opinari ‘think, believe’.

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

  • Cross-border terrorism is first topic for talks: Jaishankar, Asserting that the world understands why India has undertaken recent … of the U.S. Congress were known to opine on issues without proper …
  • ‘Worst slowdown’ for FMCG in over a decade, should you …, India’s FMCG sector is likely to witness the worst revenue growth in 15 years … Analysts opine there are stocks in the sector, such as Nestle and …
  • Imran Khan must fix economy, ensure political stability to …, … Many opine that the international community’s silence on the matter … on 27 September regarding the atrocities in Indian-occupied Kashmir, …
  • Tabrez’s cardiac arrest due to thrashing: Doc, “On the basis of main findings, we opine that the fracture of bone is a grievous injury caused by a hard and blunt object. The combined effect of …
  • Activists opine e-cigarettes ban would curb online sales in TN … Consumer Association of India (CAI) seconded the e-sales of the product.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Opine

  • OPINe as in OPINion, to have an opinion.

Opine pronunciation

How to Pronounce Opine

Succumb

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Succumb

  • (verb) fail to resist pressure, temptation, or some other negative force. “we cannot merely give up and succumb to despair”
  • (verb) die from the effect of a disease or injury. “after a few blows there, the porcupine succumbs”

Succumb meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • मरना, शिकार होना, झुक जाना, हार मान लेना, दम तोड़ देना, परास्त होना, अधीन होना, मर जाना, मान जाना, मृत्यु को प्राप्त होना, वशीभूत होना

Succumb origin

  • late 15th century (in the sense ‘bring low, overwhelm’): from Old French succomber or Latin succumbere, from sub- ‘under’ + a verb related to cubare ‘to lie’.

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

  • Markets succumb to late sell-off; post weekly loss, Domestic market participants are also tracking developments surrounding India-US trade talks, traders added. Top losers in the Sensex pack …
  • India won’t succumb to pressure of developed countries on climate …, Environment and Forest Minister Prakash Javadekar today said that India will not succumb to pressure of developed countries on the issue of …
  • One killed as motorbike hit him ; rider too succumb, One killed as motorbike hit him ; rider too succumb … occurred when the pedestrian, a labourer from North India, was crossing the road.
  • India succumb to 1st WC loss vs England, Birmingham: England survived to live for another day as they outbatted India for a 31-run win in a high-scoring World Cup encounter, keeping …
  • Malad wall collapse: Toll rises to 29 after two succumb to injuries …, The death toll in Malad wall collapse has now touched 29 after two injured victims being treated in the hospital succumbed; The patient …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Succumb 

  • succumb(Suck + thumb)- Children doesnt give up sucking their thumb – Children are succumb in sucking thumb
  • succumb= sir+comb, when sir asked you that do you have a COMB(which is a bad thing, in school)? you gave your comb reluctantly

Succumb pronunciation

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