(idiom) decide to do something difficult or unpleasant that one has been putting off or hesitating over. “decisions have to be taken and as director you have got to bite the bullet”
Bite the Bullet meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
मजबूरी में स्वीकार करना
Bite the Bullet in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Zebras ready to bite the bullet, The Zebras take on Chipolopolo (Copper Bullets) in the first leg of the 2020 African Nations Championships (CHAN) qualifiers looking for a …
Can Rajnath Singh bite the bullet?, Just hours after he was informed of his appointment as defence minister on May 31, Rajnath Singh, 67, dialled army chief General Bipin Rawat.
Selectors need to bite the bullet, rest Virat Kohli for West Indies tour, On Sunday, chairman of national selectors MSK Prasad, a low-key man with a modest international record, in consultation with a committee that …
Centre floats draft model tenancy law: Will states bite the bullet?, Within a week of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stating in her maiden Budget speech the need do away with archaic rental laws, the …
Time for F1 bosses, FIA to bite the bullet, While we all wait to see if indeed the F1 bosses and the FIA bite the bullet to make the sweeping changes we want to see for 2021, there are …
(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.
(adj) prejudiced in favour of a particular cause; “newspapers have become increasingly partisan”
(noun) a strong supporter of a party, cause, or person; “Conservative partisans claimed that television news was biased against their party”
(noun) a member of an armed group formed to fight secretly against an occupying force, in particular one operating in German-occupied Yugoslavia, Italy, and parts of eastern Europe in the Second World War; “the partisans opened fire from the woods”
Partisan (पार्टज़न / पार्टिज़न) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)