Dodgy

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Dodgy

  • (adj) dishonest or unreliable. “a dodgy second-hand car salesman”
  • (adj) potentially dangerous. “activities like these could be dodgy for your heart”
  • (adj) of low quality. “Spurs’ dodgy defence had thrown away a 2-0 lead”

Dodgy meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • कठिन, कपटी, कुटिल, कुशल, खतरनाक, छली, धोखेबाजीपूर्ण, मक्कार, धूर्ततापूर्ण

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

  • A dodgy database casts further doubt on India’s GDP statistics. That throws fresh doubt on India’s GDP figures, which have drawn … The new database may be dodgy, but the old sources had flaws too.
  • Begining of an END?, We cannot recall if polls in India were ever a sort of performance …. consider the prospects of a leader who has a dodgy understanding of radio …
  • Dodgy drug distributors are actively targeting Aussies to buy study pills …, Dodgy drug distributors are actively targeting Aussies to buy study pills … India’s Sun Pharmaceutical is a major producer of modafinil sold …
  • CSMT Bridge Collapse: Dodgy contractors kept it in the family, It’s a tale of administrative wheels greased so well that no matter if a firm is blacklisted or penalised, it will still find a way to win crucial contracts ..
  • LTT still overrun by criminals, dodgy auto, taxi drivers, MUMBAI: Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT) appears to be the worst face that Mumbai can present to visitors to the city. The dingy and dimly lit …

Dodgy pronunciation


Furtive

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Furtive English Hindi meaning

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

Furtive [fur-tiv]

  • (adj) attempting to avoid notice or attention, typically because of guilt or a belief that discovery would lead to trouble; secretive.

Furtive (फर्टिव) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • गुप्त, रहस्यमय, चुराया हुआ, छिपाते हुए, लुके छिपे, चोरी छिपे

Furtive Origin

  • early 17th century: from French furtif, -ive or Latin furtivus, from furtum ‘theft’.

Furtive in a sentence (usage in newspaper)

  • “Unlike Chris’ furtive relationship with Jennifer Lawrence, Gwyneth doesn’t mind making her happiness with Brad fully known.
  • A furtive phone chat on a terrace amid clothes drying under the sun.
  • She is wracked by a sense of guilt and loss after a furtive sexual adventure in a seedy hotel goes awry and ends in tragedy.
  • The police described his manner as “furtive, angry and distressed,” shortly after they brought into the station.
  • As Ram Dhan sits talking animatedly, he throws furtive glances at the shut kitchen.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of furtive

  • Furtive ~ FARTive , subke saamne Fart karoge toh chupna padega

Furtive Pronunciation

Chori Chori Chupke Chupke – FURTIVE