Spate

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Spate

  • (noun) a large number of similar things coming in quick succession. “a spate of attacks on holidaymakers”
  • (noun) a sudden flood in a river.

Spate meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • बाढ़, बड़ी संख्या में

Spate origin

  • late Middle English (originally Scots and northern English in the sense ‘flood, inundation’): of unknown origin.

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

  • DGCA probe finds ‘alarming practices’ by some airlines, NEW DELHI: The crackdown on airlines following a spate of accidents and … GoAir and AirAsia India for 2 each and one for Heritage Aviation.
  • Pakistan’s continued support to Lashkar, Jaish obstacle for …, Acknowledging India’s demand that there cannot be any talks with …. rivulets and small streams are in spate, reminiscent of the floods in August …
  • Heavy rain alert in Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu, The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued orange and … rivulets and small streams are in spate, reminiscent of the floods in …
  • Opinion | The RCEP as a trade opportunity rather than threat, … Development Report (WDR) 2020, owing to a spate of protectionist policies around … India has been poor in accessing Global Value Chains …
  • UP police on alert ahead of Supreme Court verdict of Ayodhya … , Talking to India Today, Singh said that he had visited Ayodhya with UP …. rivulets and small streams are in spate, reminiscent of the floods in …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Spate 

  • What will be fate of our state if there is a SPATE OR SUDDEN FLOOD?
  • Spate=spat(spit) but rather pure water.

Spate pronunciation

How to Pronounce Spate

Fraught

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Fraught

  • (adj) (of a situation or course of action) filled with or likely to result in (something undesirable). “marketing any new product is fraught with danger”
  • (adj) causing or affected by anxiety or stress. “there was a fraught silence”

Fraught meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • व्याकुल, भरा, परिपूर्ण

Fraught origin

  • late Middle English, ‘laden, equipped’, past participle of obsolete fraught ‘load with cargo’, from Middle Dutch vrachten, from vracht ‘ship’s cargo’. Compare with freight.

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

  • India’s new trade policy should address both domestic, foreign …, The current climate is fraught with uncertainty, slowing demand and exporting conflicts. The new Foreign Trade Policy should focus on …
  • Near-term outlook of Indian economy fraught with risks: RBI, The Indian economy which has largely been subdued in the past few quarters and signs of a slowdown have cropped up, is likely to face …
  • Private Consumption Slows, Indian Economy Seen ‘Fraught …, New Delhi: The Indian economy, which has been witnessing slowdown over last few quarters, is likely to face several more risks in the near …
  • Kashmir and border dispute will likely top the agenda as India …, “India and China have a fraught relationship, yet they are also far from being each other’s top foreign policy issue,” says Simon Baptist, global …
  • No reason why India-US trade deal can’t be done quickly …, Despite the seeming bonhomie between Trump and Modi, India-US trade relations have been fraught of late, especially after Washington …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Fraught 

  • fraught->sounds like drought and both of dem are opposites
  • fraught = fraud + caught; The fraud or thief was caught. His pockets were filled with jewels and money.

Fraught pronunciation

How to pronounce fraught

Wag

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Wag

  • (verb) (especially with reference to an animal’s tail) move or cause to move rapidly to and fro. “his tail began to wag”
  • (verb) move (an upwards-pointing finger) from side to side to signify disapproval. “she wagged a finger at Elinor”
  • (noun) a single rapid movement from side to side. “a chirpy wag of the head”
  • (noun) a person who makes jokes; a joker. “one wag shouted, ‘On that count you’ve got about three supporters!’”
  • (noun) a person who plays truant. “Boogie plays the wag from school”
  • (noun) a wife or girlfriend of a sports player, typically characterized as having a high media profile and a glamorous lifestyle.

Wag meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • हिलाना, वाक्विदग्ध, ठठोलिया, मसखरा, हिलाना

Wag origin

  • Middle English (as a verb): from the Germanic base of Old English wagian ‘to sway’.
  • mid 16th century (denoting a young man or mischievous boy, also used as a term of endearment to an infant): probably from obsolete waghalter ‘person likely to be hanged’ (see wag1, halter).

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

  • Snakes and ladders: SoftBank Vision Fund’s climbing, sliding …, … Grofers, U.S. indoor farming firm Plenty and dog walking app Wag. … Notable investments: Indian QR code payment app Paytm, online …
  • 22 pet-friendly places to stay in India this Diwali, The strongest of pet parents have cancelled vacations at the wag of a tail and the most passionate of travellers have been guilt-tripped into …
  • Authorising the Indian captain to decide WAGs family time …, In an unusual policy change, the BCCI has authorized the Indian captain and coach to decide upon specific player requests for extra family time …
  • Ishant shows the Indian tail can wag, These are the batting returns of Mohammad Shami and Ishant Sharma since the beginning of India’s tour of England in 2018, till the end of their successful …
  • India vs Australia: A very long tail which doesn’t wag, What Ishant was trying to do made eminent sense — India’s tail has not really wagged recently, a weakness which has cost the team heavily, …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Wag 

  • wag relate it to “bag” ….some people move bags while walking…..
  • wag can be divide two part wag~ wavy bag ~same for any other thing

Wag pronunciation

How To Pronounce Wag

Morbid

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Morbid

  • (adj) characterized by an abnormal and unhealthy interest in disturbing and unpleasant subjects, especially death and disease. “his morbid fascination with the horrors of contemporary warfare”
  • (adj) of the nature of or indicative of disease. “the treatment of morbid obesity”

Morbid meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • रोगजन्य, रुग्ण, रोगग्रस्त

Morbid origin

  • mid 17th century (in the medical sense): from Latin morbidus, from morbus ‘disease’.

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

  • HIV-associated tuberculosis on the rise: India TB Reportm HIV co-infection or co-morbidity with TB in India was nearly 50,000 out of a total 2,155,894 cases, according to the 2019 report, amounting to a …
  • ‘Ab Hind Banega Pakistan’: Event attended by Pakistani …, While its Facebook page was evidence enough for the kind of morbid hatred against India that the event would cater to, the organizers appear …
  • Billionaire Ken Fisher, who compared winning clients getting …,Life insurance is fundamentally hard to sell; it’s morbid to think about, promises no immediate rewards, and often requires a lengthy paper …
  • Winning Kashmir and Losing India, Anticipating outrage and protest, the Indian government placed the … of locals celebrate homegrown militancy with a morbid, cultish passion.
  • After dengue, Telangana prepares for swine flu, “If a patient has co-morbid conditions and is in high-risk category, such patients should be straight away shifted to Gandhi Hospital, Hyderabad …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Morbid

  • MORBID = MORTAL (deadly) + BITE (like of an insect) –> a deadly bite is unhealthy and disease related.
  • more+bed = more thoughts about dying on a bed

Morbid pronunciation

How to Pronounce Morbid

Contemporary

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Contemporary

  • (adj) living or occurring at the same time. “the event was recorded by a contemporary historian”
  • (adj) dating from the same time. “this series of paintings is contemporary with other works in an early style”
  • (adj) belonging to or occurring in the present. “the tension and complexities of our contemporary society”
  • (adj) following modern ideas in style or design. “contemporary ceramics by leading potters”
  • (adj) a person or thing living or existing at the same time as another. “he was a contemporary of Darwin”
  • (noun) a person of roughly the same age as another. “my contemporaries at school”

Contemporary meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • समकालीन, आधुनिक, समसामयिक, समकालीन व्यक्ति, समकालीन, समसामयिक

Contemporary origin

  • mid 17th century: from medieval Latin contemporarius, from con- ‘together with’ + tempustempor- ‘time’ (on the pattern of Latin contemporaneus and late Latin contemporalis ).pres

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

  • Power of Attorney: Zafaryab Jilani Has No Regrets on …, … Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute was still a few years away from becoming a defining religiopolitical controversy in contemporary India.
  • Some Dominant Features of Contemporary India, There are some dominant features of the contemporary India that needs to be narrated to understand the nature and direction of change that …
  • Jaipur Rugs, Today the company creates contemporary works of art by … It has four retail stores in India in Mumbai, Delhi and two in Jaipur and it plans to …
  • Malayalam star Nivin Pauly on his latest film Moothon and … Any conversation about contemporary Malayalam cinema cannot … t2 chatted with Nivin on becoming Akbar, his pan-India connect and the …
  • Iffi 2019: Indian Panorama non-feature section to open with …, The Indian Panorama section showcases the best of contemporary Indian cinema. Altogether 26 feature films and 15 non-feature films will be …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Contemporary

  • ‘con’ means with and ‘temporary’ is something which exists only in the present. So contemporary is ‘with or belonging to the present’
  • Connected with time

Contemporary pronunciation

How to pronounce contemporary