Endeavour

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Endeavour

  • (verb) try hard to do or achieve something. “he is endeavouring to help the Third World”
  • (noun) an attempt to achieve a goal. “an endeavour to reduce serious injury”
  • (noun) earnest, prolonged, and industrious effort. “enthusiasm is a vital ingredient in all human endeavour”
  • (noun) an enterprise or undertaking. “a portfolio of business endeavours”

Endeavour meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • प्रयत्न करना, यत्न करना, प्रयत्न

Endeavour origin

  • late Middle English (in the sense ‘exert oneself’): from the phrase put oneself in devoir ‘do one’s utmost’ (see devoir).

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

  • No attempts made to frame Uniform Civil Code in India: SC … state shall endeavour to secure for the citizens a Uniform Civil Code throughout …
  • Behind Imran Khan’s Muzaffarabad rally, a Jinnah plot to …, It is directly connected to Pakistan’s decades-old endeavour to capture … in Srinagar and met Jinnah as an agent of the Orient Press of India.
  • Endeavour is to facilitate smooth transition and leave team in …, The reappointed Ravi Shastri says his primary endeavour will be … can leave a legacy for the time to come,” the former India all-rounder said.
  • Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train fare to be around ₹3000′, As part of the endeavour to save the environment, the NHSRCL has also deployed specially-designed vehicles to transplant large trees …
  • Bandaru Dattatreya sworn in as HP governor, Stating that it would be his endeavour to take forward the pace of development in coordination with both the government and the Opposition, …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Endeavour

  • En+Devote.. Devote oneself to achieve something.
  • endeavour( in depth) thus endeavour efforts means efforts which is done from the depth to accompolish something

Endeavour pronunciation

Retort

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Retort

  • (verb) say something in answer to a remark, typically in a sharp, angry, or witty manner; “‘No need to be rude,’ retorted Isabel”
  • (noun) a sharp, angry, or witty reply; “she opened her mouth to make a suitably cutting retort”
  • (noun) a container or furnace for carrying out a chemical process on a large or industrial scale; “a laboratory full of bubbling retorts and crackling electrical equipment”

Retort meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Meaning)

  • मुंहतोड़ जवाब,  कड़ा उत्तर देना

Retort Origin

  • late 15th century (in the sense ‘hurl back an accusation or insult’): from Latin retort- ‘twisted back, cast back’, from the verb retorquere, from re- ‘in return’ + torquere ‘to twist’.

Retort in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu editorial newspaper)

  • Nani’s Retort to a crazy fan is going viral.
  • Asked an emotional Mamata Banerjee in her retort to a BJP leader’s comments in which he called the West Bengal chief minister a ‘hijra’.
  • People of Kashmir retort, is the Supreme Court oblivious of the fact that Kashmir was peaceful from October 2016 to April 2017!
  • Some males bring nesting material, while others weave thin threads into retort-shaped structures.
  • In retort, Sooraj said he was a member of the mess and had every right to be there, and allegedly added that he would eat beef inside the mess.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of retort

  • resort mein retort mat karna… bhaga denge

Retort Pronunciation

Mutilate

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Mutilate

  • (verb) destroy or injure severely; “many of the bodies had been mutilated”
  • (verb) alter so as to make unrecognizable; “the 14th-century carved screen had been mutilated”

Mutilate meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • बुरी तरह नष्ट कर देना,  काटना, छांटना, अंग भंग करना

Mutilate Origin

  • early 16th century: from Latin mutilat- ‘maimed, mutilated, lopped off’, from the verb mutilare, from mutilus ‘maimed’.

Mutilate in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Chimps Kill, Mutilate and Cannibalize Member of Own Group.
  • Woman who threatened to mutilate and kill horses jailed.
  • Poachers poison, mutilate lions in South Africa.
  • UNICEF decries high rate of female genital mutilation in the country.
  • Pakistani troops kill 3 Indian soldiers, mutilate one at LoC.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of mutilate

  • mutilate = “ate”, if I ate your arm, I mutilate you

Mutilate Pronunciation

Consternation

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consternation meaning in HindiConsternation

  • (noun) a feeling of anxiety or dismay, typically at something unexpected; “to her consternation her car wouldn’t start”

Consternation (कान्स्टर्नेशन / कान्स्टर्नैशन) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • घबराहटव्याकुलतासनसनी

Consternation Origin

  • early 17th century: from Latin consternatio(n- ), from the verb consternare ‘lay prostrate, terrify.

Consternation in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Consternation over Bhopal encounter.
  • Trump’s campaign rhetoric caused consternation in many world capitals, including Tokyo.
  • Trump caused consternation in December 2015 by mooting a ban on all Muslims travelling to the United States.
  • There seems to be consternation within the Congress on the proposed Grand Alliance in Uttar Pradesh on the lines of Bihar.
  • School Burnings Cause Consternation in Indian Kashmir.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of consternation

  • conster (~monster) + nation, monster in your nation will cause consternation

Consternation Pronunciation

invigorate

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invigorate meaning in Hindi

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

invigorate

  • (verb) give strength or energy to; “the shower had invigorated her”

invigorate (इन्विगरिट / इन्विगरेट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • दृढ़ करना, पुष्ट करना, बल बढ़ाना, जान डालना, मज़बूत करना, बलवर्धन करना, स्फूर्ति से भर देना

invigorate Origin

  • mid 17th century: from medieval Latin invigorat- ‘made strong’, from the verb invigorare, from in- ‘towards’ + Latin vigorare ‘make strong’ (from vigor ‘vigour’).

invigorate in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • 850 Chinese firms invigorate Algeria ‘ s economic growth.
  • Dr Reddy’s pins hopes on new molecules to invigorate profits.
  • The government’s focus has been to re-energise and re-invigorate the relations.
  • These specially formulated skin care products are packed with OxySphere technology to help remove dead skin cells and invigorate the skin.
  • Innovation Can Invigorate Growth.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of invigorate

  • in + vigor (strong) -> invigor tablet apne andar jaan phook deti hai.

invigorate Pronunciation