(verb) search unsystematically and untidily through something; “he rummaged in his pocket for a handkerchief”
find (something) by rummaging; “Mick rummaged up his skateboard”
(of a customs officer) make a thorough search of (a vessel); “our brief was to rummage as many of the vessels as possible”
(noun) an unsystematic and untidy search; “open up the box and have a rummage around”
a thorough search of a vessel by a customs officer; “a rummage of the vessel revealed eighty cases of cigars”
Rummage (रुम्माज / रूममगे / रुममगे) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
खोजना, छान मारना, खूब तलाश करना, उथल-पुथल करते हुए खोजना, ढूंढ मचाना, चप्पा चप्पा छान मारना, खोज, छानबीन, प्रथम आमाशय, फुटकर सामान, छान-बीन
late 15th century: from Old French arrumage, from arrumer ‘stow (in a hold)’, from Middle Dutch ruim‘room’. In early use the word referred to the arranging of items such as casks in the hold of a ship, giving rise (early 17th century) to the verb sense ‘make a search of (a vessel’).
Rummage in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Bin raiders explain why they rummage through rubbish for cash.
Oh Man, its time to rummage in the freezer for a new Booker sponsor.
They go into it, rummage through it, steal the value things out of the car.
“Oh my gosh, it’s disgusting, it’s disgusting to have someone come and rummage through your fridge and eat your food,” said Jordan.
Shoppers who arrive unprepared can rummage through bins of free miscellaneous containers or purchase reusable packaging.
(verb) absorb all the attention or interest of; “they seemed to be engrossed in conversation”
(law) produce (a legal document, especially a deed or statute) in its final form; “the solicitors will submit a draft conveyance and engross the same after approval”
Engross (इन्ग्रोस / एन्ग्रोस) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
तल्लीन कर लेना, सोख लेना, ध्यान खींचना, मोटे अक्षरों में लिखना
late Middle English (formerly also as ingross ): based on en-1, in-2 ‘in’ + late Latin grossus ‘large’. Sense 1 is from Old French en gros, from medieval Latin in grosso ‘wholesale’; sense 2 comes from Anglo-Norman French engrosser, medieval Latin ingrossare, from Old French grosse, medieval Latin grossa‘large writing’, with reference to clerks writing out documents in large, clear writing.
Engross in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
He’s also a stylist who knows how to engross a reader in the scene from the jump.
Mr. Trump may hope that Americans will engross themselves in his alternative reality before the special counsel can lay out all he knows.
‘Daas Dev’ Movie Review: Sudhir Mishra’s novel tale fails to engross you.
Written with rich historic detail and subtle humor, the story is sure to engross.
He said his home and family allow him to engross himself in a life outside of politics.
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of engross
engross – grass mein ek snake will engross u
Leaders engross in negotiated democracy in Northern and Eastern Kenya