Vivid

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vivid meaning in Hindi

Vivid Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi transaltion with picture dictionary

Vivid

  • (adj) producing powerful feelings or strong, clear images in the mind; “memories of that evening were still vivid”
  • (adj) (of a colour) intensely deep or bright; “a vivid blue Mediterranean sea”
  • (adj) (of a person or animal) lively and vigorous; “she had a deep voice and a strikingly vivid personality”

Vivid (विविड) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • उज्ज्वल, चंचल, चटकीला, जीवंत, सजीव

Vivid Origin

  • mid 17th century: from Latin vividus, from vivere ‘to live’.

Vivid in a sentence (Word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Make your bathroom adorable with vivid colours.
  • One thing Apple has done is the wide colour display, which makes most images look richer and vivid, but again it could easily offer more.
  • But it’s simply my attempt to draw a vivid picture and nothing more.
  • Australia calling: Vivid Sydney is back with lights, music, ideas.
  • NASA shares vivid images of auroras captured by the Hubble Space Telescope.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of vivid

  • imagine v’ ‘i’v’ ‘i’d’  —> vivid colour nah?

Vivid Pronunciation

Parry

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Parry meaning in Hindi

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

Parry

  • (verb) ward off (a weapon or attack) with a countermove; “Jack Sparrow parried the blow by holding his sword vertically”
  • (verb) answer (a question or accusation) evasively; “I parried her constant questions about my job-hunting activities”
  • (noun) an act or instance of parrying, as in fencing; “the swords clashed in a parry”

Parry meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • बचाव, हिफ़ाज़त, टाल-मटोल, टलना, बचना, रोकना, टाल जाना, वार बचाना

Parry Origin

  • late 17th century: probably representing French parez! ‘ward off!’, imperative of parer, from Italian parare ‘ward off’.

Parry in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • She put on her sunglasses to parry his probing eyes.
  • The boxer put up his fists to parry his opponent’s punch.
  • Each time Riley lunged with his sword, Arthur would parry the blow by blocking it with his own blade.
  • Before Mary walked away, she tried to parry Ann’s insult with one of her own.
  • Alex attempted to parry his wife’s attack by covering his face with his hands.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of parry

  • parry the blow…  remember this Jack sparrow image

Parry Pronunciation

Miss the boat

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Miss the boat meaning

‘Miss the boat’ Idiom Meme – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Miss the boat 

  • (idiom) be too slow to take advantage of an opportunity

‘Miss the boat’ meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • नाव छूट गयी 

‘Miss the boat’ Origin

  • miss the boat” could be related to a failure to “get on-board” in time for the opportunity. Passengers are expected to get on-board a real boat before it leaves, so missing your chance to do so would probably be where this term originally comes from.

‘Miss the boat’ in a sentence (idiom usage in newspaper)

  • Universities miss the boat on online learning.
  • It is clear established business houses have missed the boat, as these don’t have disruptive mindsets for new-age technology businesses.
  • Given Abercrombie’s continually plummeting sales, the retailer cannot afford to miss the boat on adapting to e-commerce.
  • The WWE has missed the boat on taking a look at wrestling stars from other promotions.
  • Don’t Miss the Boat: Hapag-Lloyd

Abstruse

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Abstruse English Hindi meaning

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

Abstruse [ab-stroos]

  • (adj) hard to understand; recondite; esoteric

Abstruse (अब्स्ट्रूस / ऐब्स्ट्रूस) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • गूढ़, दुर्बोध, दुर्गम, गहन, जटिल

Abstruse origin

  • late 16th century: from Latin abstrusus ‘put away, hidden’, from abstrudere ‘conceal’, from ab- ‘from’ + trudere ‘to push’

Abstruse in a sentence (usage in newspaper)

  • I also find that documents attached with the application are also abstruse and obscure and it is very difficult to make any sense out of them.
  • The notion of marrying is one, which makes its bifurcation into the categories of ‘arranged’ and ‘love’ quite abstruse.
  • People outside the circuit often feel art is both expensive and abstruse.
  • The sequel, The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology (2012), is a little more abstruse.
  • It might tell you that even the most abstruse mathematics has roots in simple, easily understood ideas.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of abstruse

  • It contains “ab….use”  ab is used in negative way, ‘ab’… ‘use’ nahi kar sakte, because it’s too much abstruse.

Abstruse Pronunciation

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