Opine

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Opine

  • (verb) hold and state as one’s opinion. “‘The man is a genius,’ he opined”

Opine meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • राय होना, सोचना, मान लेना, विचार करना, समझना, ख़याल करना

Opine origin

  • late Middle English: from Latin opinari ‘think, believe’.

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

  • Cross-border terrorism is first topic for talks: Jaishankar, Asserting that the world understands why India has undertaken recent … of the U.S. Congress were known to opine on issues without proper …
  • ‘Worst slowdown’ for FMCG in over a decade, should you …, India’s FMCG sector is likely to witness the worst revenue growth in 15 years … Analysts opine there are stocks in the sector, such as Nestle and …
  • Imran Khan must fix economy, ensure political stability to …, … Many opine that the international community’s silence on the matter … on 27 September regarding the atrocities in Indian-occupied Kashmir, …
  • Tabrez’s cardiac arrest due to thrashing: Doc, “On the basis of main findings, we opine that the fracture of bone is a grievous injury caused by a hard and blunt object. The combined effect of …
  • Activists opine e-cigarettes ban would curb online sales in TN … Consumer Association of India (CAI) seconded the e-sales of the product.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Opine

  • OPINe as in OPINion, to have an opinion.

Opine pronunciation

Commiserate

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Commiserate 

  • (verb) express or feel sympathy or pity; sympathize. “she went over to commiserate with Rose on her unfortunate circumstances”
  • (verb) feel or express pity for (someone). “she did not exult in her rival’s fall, but, on the contrary, commiserated her”

Commiserate meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • किसी पर दया करना, समवेदना प्रकट करना, सहानुभूति रखना या प्रकट करना, सहानुभूति प्रकट करना

Commiserate origin

  • late 16th century: from Latin commiserat ‘commiserated’, from the verb commiserari, from com- ‘with’ + miserari ‘to lament’ (from miser ‘wretched’).

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

  • X-Men comic writers commiserate over ‘unconnected gibberish’ of …., The movie franchise has always been hit and miss, but X-Men fans know that’s also been the case at times in the comics themselves — just ask …
  • As globalism crumbles, Harvard and Angela Merkel commiserate, Harvard University invited the woman responsible for the European refugee crisis, who fights to this day for the failed globalist policies favored …
  • Chinese vendors, Mexican clients commiserate on Trump tariffs at …, Mexico City (AFP) – Huang Chao came to Mexico looking for business, not friends, but the Chinese sales manager says he found unexpected …
  • ‘I thought I had enough bat on it’: Brathwaite’s heartbreak, WATCH on Hotstar (India only) – Brathwaite breathes fire with 101 … in going to congratulate and commiserate with Brathwaite moments after …
  • Trump attack India, China and Russia on climate change, US President Donald Trump attacked India, China and Russia on … Christian Ntsay were later seen commiserating with mourners at the …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Commiserate 

  • co+miserate …share one’s misery by being with them or identifying their misery vicariously
  • Its a great misery! We should all commiserate!

Commiserate pronunciation