Evict

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Evict

  • (verb) expel (someone) from a property, especially with the support of the law.“a single mother and her children have been evicted from their home”

Evict meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • बेदख़ल करना, निकालना, निष्कासन, बेदखली, बेदख़ली, बेदख़ली

Evict origin

  • ate Middle English (in the sense ‘recover property by legal process’): from Latin evict ‘overcome, defeated’, from the verb evincere, from e- (variant of ex- ) ‘out’ + vincere ‘conquer’.

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

  • Hundreds face eviction as landlord who banned women and ‘coloured …
  • Police evict ‘non-students’ from Utkal University hostel
  • In Unusual Move, East Village Landlord Attempts To Evict Tenants …
  • Evict people from forest whose claims are rejected: SC
  • Kenya to evict thousands to protect Mau forest

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Evict

  • Engineers living in a rent house were found VICTIm of hacking or illegal act, n thus the landlord expeled dem from his house.

Evict pronunciation

Factotum

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Factotum

  • (noun) an employee who does all kinds of work. “he was employed as the general factotum”

Factotum meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • सब प्रकार का काम करनेवाला नौकर
  • सब काम करने वाला नौकर
  • विश्‍वस्त सेवक
  • मुख्तार नौकर

Factotum origin

  • mid 16th century (originally in the phrases dominum (or magister factotum ), translating roughly as ‘master of everything’, and Johannes factotem ‘John do-it-all’ or ‘Jack of all trades’): from medieval Latin, from Latin fac! ‘do!’ (imperative of facere ) + totum ‘the whole thing’ (neuter of totus ).

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

  • In one of the more colorful moments in Cohen’s recent testimony before the House, the former Trump factotum explained how his boss ordered …
  • It all came crashing down in mid-August 2016, when the media noticed that Manafort’s Eastern factotum, Konstantin Kilimnik, who played a ..
  • For anyone looking to take advantage of the long weekend and head out on a Sunday, local label Factotum is hosting a rock show. The triple …
  • Better be careful what you say, FACTOTUM, or you will get deleted like anyone who disapproves of our Mayor, and other elected officials and …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Factotum

  • facilitates + total = a person who helps in all the things

Factotum pronunciation

Impeccable

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Impeccable

  • (adj) in accordance with the highest standards; faultless; “a youth of impeccable character”

Impeccable meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • निर्दोष, निष्कलंक, निष्पाप, पापातीत, स्वच्छ, त्रुटिरहित, अपाप, अवगुणरहित, त्रुटिहीन, निरपराध

Impeccable Origin

  • mid 16th century (in the theological sense): from Latin impeccabilis, from in- ‘not’ + peccare ‘to sin’.

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

  • The President had to look for people with impeccable integrity.
  • His commitment to the club and his joy at training are undoubted, and his behaviour is impeccable.
  • The designer delivered an impeccable, elegant lineup that featured masterfully constructed silhouettes and rich, luxurious fabrics.
  • Impeccable‘ Gita Gopinath Officially Assumes Chief Economist Post.
  • The four-bedroom home has impeccable design and details throughout.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of impeccable

  • pakka house is always faultless as compared to kutchcha house.

Impeccable pronunciation

Rummage

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Rummage

  • (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

Rummage origin

  • 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.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of rummage

  • yeh rumaal ageo (saalo) se dhoond raha hoon.

Rummage pronunciation

Engross

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engross meaning in hindiEngross

  • (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

Engross Origin

  • 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

Engross pronunciation

Leaders engross in negotiated democracy in Northern and Eastern Kenya