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

Insinuate

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Insinuate

  • (verb) suggest or hint (something bad) in an indirect and unpleasant way. “he was insinuating that I had no self-control”
  • (verb) slide (oneself or a thing) slowly and smoothly into a particular place. “I insinuated my shoulder in the gap”
  • (verb) manoeuvre oneself into (a favourable position) by subtle manipulation. “he insinuated himself into the king’s confidence”

Insinuate meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • चालाकी भरा संकेत करना, ह्रदय में बिठाना, धीरे धीरे उकसाना, इशारा करना, चालाकी से सुझाना, धीरे-धीरे भड़काना, परोक्ष रूप से सुझाना, संकेत करना

Insinuate origin

  • early 16th century (in the sense ‘enter (a document) on the official register’): from Latin insinuat- ‘introduced tortuously’, from the verb insinuare, from in- ‘in’ + sinuare ‘to curve’.

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

  • Sagarika Ghose shares an old report to insinuate that the Army is using … a recent one to insinuate that the Indian Armed Forces are employing …
  • An RSS-Backed Body Says There’s No Need for Sex …., He then went on to insinuate that every time sex education has been … In India, learning about the birds and the bees can be a conflicting …
  • ‘Disturb’ tag on Kashmir visit, Jammu and Kashmir government spokesperson Rohit Kansal on Saturday appeared to insinuate that the aborted visit by an Opposition …
  • Rhea Chakraborty calls Chhichhore ‘brilliant film’. Rumored …, Probably your question, if well-founded, will help me insinuate it to the other person to know what to say next time. And probably when you put …
  • Susanna Reid unimpressed by Paul Hollywood’s organ …, Broadcaster India Willoughby and Jane Evans also joined the … shows and doesn’t want to have to explain what they insinuate to her children.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Insinuate 

  • IN(not)+SIGN….without any signal i.e indirectly hint or imply ….
  • The girl has lost her memory. The boy telling her – This is the INStitute IN which U ATE. He is trying to HINT, IMPLY to her.

Insinuate pronunciation


Proselytize

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Proselytize

  • (verb) convert or attempt to convert (someone) from one religion, belief, or opinion to another; “I’m not here to proselytize”
  • (verb) advocate or promote (a belief or course of action); “Davis wanted to share his concept and proselytize his ideas”

Proselytize (प्रासलटाइज़ / प्रासलिटाइज़) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • फुसलाना, धर्मान्तरण करना

Proselytize Origin

  • 1670s, “to make proselytes,” from proselyte + -ize. Related: Proselytized ; proselytizing.

Proselytize in a sentence (important vocabulary in recent newspaper)

  • It has been said that Mother Teresa was part of the missionary and her primary role here was to proselytize.
  • This includes a duty to proselytize to both non-Muslims and Muslims who have, in their view, ‘deviated’ from the ‘correct’ path”, she said.
  • ‘Islamic televangelism’ is defined as: “The use of the television medium to proselytize the audience and viewers.
  • You cannot freely proselytize in Muslim countries.
  • Hindus didn’t have to go out and proselytize like the Christians, as if to prove our worth to our faith.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of proselytize

  • proselytize = hypnotize

Proselytize pronunciation