Subjugate

Subjugate

  • (verb) bring under domination or control, especially by conquest; “the invaders had soon subjugated most of the population”
  • (verb) make someone or something subordinate to; “the new ruler firmly subjugated the Church to the state”

Subjugate meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Meaning)

  • जीतना, कुचल देना, पराजित करना, वशीभूत करना, वश में करना, अधीन करना, दास बनाना, वश करना

Subjugate Origin

  • late Middle English: from late Latin subjugat- ‘brought under a yoke’, from the verb subjugare, based on jugum ‘yoke’.

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

  • Saudis use bullying as a tactic to subjugate others.
  • Most of the effort of humanity to date has been for one army to conquer and subjugate another.
  • I’ve also witnessed the brutal way we use words to subjugate and spiritually crush black women.
  • You can not subjugate us, you can not control our lives, you can never win.
  • Senior Trump Adviser Thinks Muslims ‘By And Large’ Want To ‘Subjugate‘ Non-Muslims.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of subjugate

  • sub log jhuk jao mere gate ke aage

Subjugate Pronunciation

Prosaic

Prosaic

  • (adj) lacking imaginativeness or originality; “prosaic language can’t convey the experience”
  • (adj) commonplace; unromantic; “the masses were too preoccupied by prosaic day-to-day concerns”

Prosaic (प्रोज़ेइक / प्रोज़ैइक) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • नीरस, फीका, बेरस, मामूली, शुष्क, साधारण

Prosaic Origin

  • late 16th century (as a noun denoting a prose writer): from late Latin prosaicus, from Latin prosa ‘straightforward (discourse)’ (see prose). Current senses of the adjective date from the mid 18th century.

Prosaic in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • While England’s batting is so strong, the same cannot be said for their bowling which can have a prosaic look to it.
  • Think of words that add emphasise to your sentence, instead of going for the prosaic and easy words.
  • Tired of his prosaic job, Mumbai-based writer Shatrujeet Nath took a similar plunge midway through his journalistic career.
  • His methods might seem prosaic and a throwback to another era, but he brought stability to the Caribbean side through the course of the year.
  • The reality was somewhat more prosaic.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of prosaic

  • Prosaic – Prozac is a tablet given to depressed people. Depressed people are dull and unimaginative

Prosaic pronunciation

Subjugate

subjugate meaning in HindiSubjugate

  • (verb) bring under domination or control, especially by conquest;“the invaders had soon subjugated most of the population”
  • (verb) make someone or something subordinate to;“the new ruler firmly subjugated the Church to the state”

Subjugate (सब्जगेट / सब्जगैट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • अधीन करनाजीतनाग़ुलाम बनानादास बनाना

Subjugate Origin

  • late Middle English: from late Latin subjugat- ‘brought under a yoke’, from the verb subjugare, based on jugum ‘yoke’.

Subjugate in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Cricket was becoming a business, and historically, businesses that subjugate their workers more often than not end up with industrial action.
  • Modi wants to subjugate the judiciary and the media: AAP on JNU row.
  • His was a talent none could subjugate or restrict,” says Salim Kumar.
  • But u know, the Islam tells to kill or subjugate, or convert non-muslims, it’s written in their book.
  • It has fought the wars evenly, we were never able to subjugate them convincingly.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of subjugate

  • subjugate = “Sub” + “jhug” gaye mere saamne..

Subjugate Pronunciation

Vapid

vapid meaning in Hindi

Vapid Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Vapid

  • (adj) offering nothing that is stimulating or challenging; bland; “vapid musical comedies”

Vapid (वैपिड) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • नीरस, फीका, बेजान

Vapid Origin

  • mid 17th century (used originally in description of drinks as ‘lacking in flavour’): from Latin vapidus

Vapid in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • To an extent, this must be what the players in the Indian team would be feeling like after their ODI series win against a vapid Zimbabwe.
  • The grisly countenance of the film gets blunted by a somewhat vapid script.
  • But there are people who will still buy this book, despite its vapid language, its stock characters, its predictable plot twists, and its virgin-fantasy.
  • Film actors and TV anchors use its emotive expressions frequently otherwise they think their story becomes vapid.
  • If indeed there exists such an action plan, it is so vapid that it does not come to mind.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of vapid

  • vapid – not rapid. Vapid century in 500 balls

Vapid Pronunciation