Subjugate

Subjugate

  • (verb) bring under domination or control, especially by conquest; “the invaders had soon subjugated most of the population”
  • (verb) make someone or something subordinate to; “the new ruler firmly subjugated the Church to the state”

Subjugate meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Meaning)

  • जीतना, कुचल देना, पराजित करना, वशीभूत करना, वश में करना, अधीन करना, दास बनाना, वश करना

Subjugate Origin

  • late Middle English: from late Latin subjugat- ‘brought under a yoke’, from the verb subjugare, based on jugum ‘yoke’.

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

  • Saudis use bullying as a tactic to subjugate others.
  • Most of the effort of humanity to date has been for one army to conquer and subjugate another.
  • I’ve also witnessed the brutal way we use words to subjugate and spiritually crush black women.
  • You can not subjugate us, you can not control our lives, you can never win.
  • Senior Trump Adviser Thinks Muslims ‘By And Large’ Want To ‘Subjugate‘ Non-Muslims.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of subjugate

  • sub log jhuk jao mere gate ke aage

Subjugate Pronunciation

Pseudonym

Pseudonym

  • (noun) a fictitious name, especially one used by an author; “Hanbury wrote a novel under the pseudonym of James Aston”

Pseudonym meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Meaning)

  • उपनाम, झूठा नाम

Pseudonym Origin

  • mid 19th century: from French pseudonyme, from Greek pseudōnymos, from pseudēs ‘false’ + onoma ‘name’.

Pseudonym in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • I had written a Faking News Post under a pseudonym against the rampant sexism at an age-old hostel tradition.
  • Her lawsuit, filed under the pseudonym Jane Roe, resulted in the court’s 1973 decision that established a woman’s right to an abortion.
  • But that is not why some women authors wrote under male pseudonyms.
  • 3 Lewis Carroll was the pseudonym adopted by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson.
  • US President Barack Obama reportedly used a pseudonym in some of the e-mails he exchanged with Hillary Clinton.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of pseudonym

  • pseudo = not real

Pseudonym Pronunciation

Prudish

Prudish

  • (adj) having or revealing a tendency to be easily shocked by matters relating to sex or nudity; excessively concerned with sexual propriety; “his grandmother was a rather prudish woman”

Prudish (प्रूडिश) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • कपटलज्जालु, पाखंडी, पाखण्डी

Prudish Origin

  • 1710-20; prude + -ish

Prudish in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Fair, and I am not being prudish. After all, kiss is an expression of love.
  • No sex, please: Sandeep Kumar pays the price of prudish politics.
  • Of sex and other mundane things: Are Indians still prudish?
  • Then there was my mother, brought up by prudish German nuns.
  • At the risk of sounding prudish, let me also state another problem I had with the film’s depiction of nudity, sex and the so-called erotica.

Prudish Pronunciation

Moribund

Moribund

  • (adj) (of a person) at the point of death; “on examination she was moribund and dehydrated”
  • (adj) (of a thing) in terminal decline; lacking vitality or vigour; “the moribund commercial property market”

Moribund (मारीबन्ड / मॉरबन्ड) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • मरणासना, मरणासन्न, मृतप्राय, म्रियमाण, मरनेवाला, अन्त के करीब, मरता हुआ

Moribund Origin

  • early 18th century: from Latin moribundus, from mori ‘to die’.

Moribund in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment,Dr. Okechukwu Enelamah has blamed the moribund state of the textile industry on lack of cotton.
  • The Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) is no more the moribund institution it once was.
  • Bengali Cinema is Moribund and Smug in its Comfort Zone.
  • Worryingly, for the Indian Railways, returns from freight, its backbone, have been moribund.
  • Add to this, the police too are rooted in the same moribund mindset.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of moribund

  • Mori (girl) is aankhen bund ho gayi hai… About to die..

Moribund pronunciation

Myriad

Myriad

  • (noun) a countless or extremely great number of people or things; “myriads of insects danced around the light above my head”
  • (noun) (chiefly in classical history) a unit of ten thousand; “the army was organized on a decimal system, up to divisions of 10,000 or myriads”
  • (adj) countless or extremely great in number; “the myriad lights of the city”
  • (adj) having countless or very many elements or aspects; “the myriad political scene”

Myriad (मिरीअड) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • दस हज़र, हज़ारों, अनगिनत संख्या, असंख्य, बेशुमार, लाखों, हजारों

Myriad Origin

  • mid 16th century (in sense 2 of the noun): via late Latin from Greek murias, muriad-, from murioi ‘10,000’.

Myriad in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Donald Trump Enters the White House Facing a Myriad Crises.
  • Explaining that myriad measures were taken to help the transition easier for the citizens of the country, he said,
  • Satisfying myriad sections is tough in politics.
  • Myriad events to showcase multiple skills and an opportunity to socialise and revel in friendly competition.
  • we aim to address the myriad healthcare challenges associated with poor public health infrastructure.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of myriad

  • Myriad = My + Raid,,,,  Myriad money ke karan mere yahan raid pad gayi

Myriad Pronunciation

Ek Myriad mein meri behna hai.. Song