Engross

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

Entreaty

Entreaty meaning in HindiEntreaty

  • (noun) an earnest or humble request; “he ignored her entreaties”

Entreaty (एन्ट्रीटी) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • अनुनय-विनय, निवेदन, प्रार्थना, विनती, विनय, इसरार, फ़रियाद, मिन्नत

Entreaty Origin

  • late Middle English (in the sense ‘treatment, management’; formerly also as intreaty ): from entreat, on the pattern of treaty.

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

  • Trump must not go wobbly and consent to this fake entreaty.
  • Supplication is an earnest request or humble entreaty.
  • Michael B. Curry reminded us of Martin Luther King’s entreaty at last week’s royal wedding.
  • Then, he sealed the deal with this entreaty to the Governor.
  • In 1866, West Virginia refused Virginia’s entreaty to do so.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of entreaty

  • entreaty – bhaiya stag entry de do.. no gf 🙁

Entreaty pronunciation

Kajol’s entreaty

Oaf

oaf meaning in hindi

Oaf

  • (noun) a man who is rough or clumsy and unintelligent; “they are just big, clumsy oafs”

Oaf (ओफ) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • उल्लू, गंवार, मूर्ख, जारज संतान, बेवकूफ़ आदमी, गोबर-गणेश

Oaf origin

  • early 17th century: variant of obsolete auf, from Old Norse álfr ‘elf’. The original meaning was ‘elf’s child, changeling’, later ‘idiot child’ and ‘halfwit’, generalized in the current sense.

Oaf in a sentence

  • Since the oaf never performed very well in school, he became lazy by living for years in his parent’s basement never being able to gain employment.
  • With the oaf’s foolish answer in class, everyone rolled their eyes and ignored any future answers he would say
  • While attempting to rob the bank, the oaf accidentally wrote his name on the slip he gave the bank teller demanding money.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of reverberate

  • Loafer mein chhupa hai oaf

Oaf pronunciation

Retrospect

Retrospect

  • (noun) review of a past course of events or period of time; “a full retrospect of the battle”

Retrospect (ट्रस्पेक्ट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  •  बीती बातों की जांच

Retrospect Origin

  • early 17th century: from retro- ‘back’, on the pattern of the noun prospect.

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

  • If the dream was to become reality, this was the time to do something about it,” he writes in retrospect.
  • In retrospect, Kriti Sanon believes that she does not belong to Bollywood.
  • As I was saying, it is too late to think in retrospect when, and if, no serious thought was given when the regime was in the Bill stage.
  • In retrospect, it would have been ideal if Ravi Shastri had continued as coach and not been replaced a year ago by Kumble.
  • Hitesh considers this good thing, in retrospect, as it offered him a chance to explain something to new to others.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Retrospect

  • retro (back) + inspect

Retrospect pronunciation

Retort

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