Bode

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Bode

  • (verb) be a portent of a particular outcome. “their argument did not bode well for the future”

Bode meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • शकुन बताना, भविष्य सूचित करना, पेशीनगोई करना, भविष्य-कथन करना, भविष्यव्दाणी करना

Bode origin

  • Old English bodian ‘proclaim, foretell’, from boda ‘messenger’, of Germanic origin; related to German Bote, also to bid1.

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

  • India’s Democratic Dictatorship, Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India’s character is being transformed by a government … This does not bode well for Indian democracy.
  • India could disadvantage itself further vis-a-vis China by …, Even without an FTA with China, India’s trade deficit with the country has risen 13 times in the last … This does not bode well for the economy.
  • Trafficking figures bode ill for tigers, India, with the world’s largest wild tiger population, topped in the trafficking of tigers and tiger body parts over 19 years since 2000, a new …
  • India’s lunar lander is missing, but Chandrayaan-2 can still …, Mission controllers are examining the data they have, but loss of contact for this long does not bode well. Scientists hoped that the lander, …
  • Hair oil to bike sales highlight more India growth pain ahead … Britannia Industries Ltd. This does not bode well for India’s overall growth rate, …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Bode 

  • Bode plot PREDICT the stability of control system
  • board (boad+ exams decide ur future

Bode pronunciation

Loom

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Loom

  • (noun) an apparatus for making fabric by weaving yarn or thread.
  • (noun) a vague and often exaggerated first appearance of an object seen in darkness or fog, especially at sea. “the loom of the land”
  • (verb) appear as a vague form, especially one that is large or threatening. “vehicles loomed out of the darkness
  • (verb) (of an event regarded as threatening) seem about to happen. “there is a crisis looming”

Loom meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • संकट मँडराना, सम्भावना होना, करघा, हावी होना, अस्पष्ट छाया दीखना, अस्पष्ट सा दिखाई देना, अस्पष्ट देख पड़ना, करघा, धुंधला दिखाई देना, पास ही मंडराना

Loom origin

  • Old English gelōma ‘tool’, shortened to lome in Middle English.
  • mid 16th century: probably from Low German or Dutch; compare with East Frisian lōmen ‘move slowly’, Middle High German lüemen ‘be weary’.

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

  • As recession fears loom, is India better equipped than 2008?, Investors are in a fix. Most portfolios are trading in the red and the investors don’t know what to do next as fear of a recession, fanned by an …
  • Sensex snaps 3-day winning run as recession fears loom; Yes Bank …, Additionally, India Ratings lowered the country’s growth forecast to a six-year low of 6.7 per cent for the current fiscal from its earlier estimate of …
  • No.4 problem continues to loom over India’s ODI side, The question has been asked many times. India wanted to convince the world that whoever is picked for the spot is good enough.
  • Traders flock to gold as fears of recession in the US loom large, The surge isn’t temporary and future price path will largely depend on policy action,” says Sudheesh Nambiath, head of India Gold Policy …
  • Rate cut spreads in Asia, but currency risks loom, MUMBAI/BANGKOK — The central banks of India, Thailand and New Zealand all lowered key interest rates on Wednesday, following the U.S. …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Loom

  • it sounds like ‘zoom’, so even when you zoom a picture or photo it enlarges & if you zoom it more it gets a bit distorted
  • danger “loomed” large.. a common phrase

Loom pronunciation


Queer

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Queer

  • (adj) strange; odd. “she had a queer feeling that they were being watched”
  • (adj) slightly ill. “he was feeling rather queer”
  • (adj) denoting or relating to a sexuaor gender identity that does not correspond to established ideas of sexuality and gender, especially heterosexual norms. “queer geek culture has featured gay themes since the 1980s”
  • (noun) a homosexual man.
  • (verb) spoil or ruin (an agreement, event, or situation). “Reg didn’t want someone meddling and queering the deal at the last minute”

Queer meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • समलैंगिक आदमी, विचित्रता, समलैंगिक, विचित्र, अजीब

Queer origin

  • early 16th century: considered to be from German quer ‘oblique, perverse’, but the origin is doubtful.

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

  • We Asked Queer Indians How They First Learned About Sex, In India, learning about the birds and the bees can be a conflicting experience. On one hand, there’s the uncomfortable coughing and red-faced …
  • Queer literature in India: Son, are you Mohanaswamy?, There is a lack of queer literature in Indian languages, he said, adding that it was a sorely needed category. This is true. Hours of research later, …
  • Campuses in the city fight the queer taboo, During the Pride Month, we conducted a queer filmmaking workshop ….. The cricketer was also surprised to know that former Indian cricketer …
  • Not my fault I was born gay: 19-year-old commits suicide over …, People in India do not like that, read the Facebook post. Please … Speaking to the New Indian Express, C Moulee, founder of Queer Chennai …
  • TLI Explains: The Origin Of LGBT Movements & The Term ‘Queer‘, In recent years, many countries including India have recognized third gender and homosexuals which were the result of many different …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Queer

  • queer is similar to weird which also means STRANGE.
  • To stand in a QUEUE for bEER is utterly strange.

Queer pronunciation


Intimidate (or Intimidation)

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Intimidate [in-tim-i-deyt] (verb)

  • to frighten or make someone afraid
  • to make timid or fearful
  • to compel or deter by inducing fear

Intimidate Word usage:

  • Managements now realize that intimidation does not contribute to efficiency.
  • The don’s intimidating presence in the nightclub was disturbing the other patrons.

Intimidating Word Usage in News: