Evocative

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Evocative

  • (adj) bringing strong images, memories, or feelings to mind. “powerfully evocative lyrics”

Evocative meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • याद ताज़ा करने वाला

Evocative origin

  • mid 17th century: from Latin evocativus, from evocat ‘called forth’, from the verb evocare (see evoke).

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

  • The plan to reform India’s babudom, … is evocative of the passion that many young civil servants bring to their job—a fact that would have made India’s first home minister, Sardar …
  • Best coupes under ₹1 crore in India, The sportscars available in India in the coupé body style exemplify … but the 300hp, 2.0-litre flat-four isn’t as evocative as the flat-six of old.
  • Rescuing history from homogeneity, This book has around 60 stories interspersed with several evocative … Documenting events from Indian history, Pillai introduces us to several …
  • It is extremely urgent that the Indian art community reaches out to local …, Late Indian sculptor Mrinalini Mukherjee’s evocative retrospective “Phenomenal Nature”, the first comprehensive display of Mujherjee’s work in …
  • Marking Gandhi’s 150th anniversary, … and the 75th year of Indian independence in 2022. From getting singers from 124 countries, to singing Gandhi’s favourite, evocative bhajan, …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Evocative 

  • Provocative- cause to start something (provoke). Evocative- an effect of something (evoke).
    Provoke:evoke::cause:effect
  • Eve brought eight (octive) apples to Adam

Evocative pronunciation


Eavesdrop

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Eavesdrop

  • (verb) secretly listen to a conversation. “my father eavesdropped on my phone calls”

Eavesdrop meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • छिप कर बातें सुनना, प्रच्छन्न श्रवण, ओलती से लग के सुनना, दूसरे की बात छिपकर सुनना, गुप्त वार्ता को सुनना, छिप कर बात सुनना, कान पड़ जाना, छिपकर बातें सुनना

Eavesdrop origin

  • early 17th century: back-formation from eavesdropper (late Middle English)‘a person who listens from under the eaves’, from the obsolete noun eavesdrop ‘the ground on to which water drips from the eaves’, probably from Old Norse upsardropi, from ups ‘eaves’ + dropi ‘a drop’.

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

  • Due to a booming cybercrime scene, India is expected to surpass the … increased 30% in 2018 TechRepublic; Amazon workers eavesdrop on …
  • Boney Kapoor’s text message to Khushi Kapoor’s friend is every Indian dad! …… I actually stood right in my tracks and turned around to eavesdrop more, sadly, …
  • Now it will flag the stalkerware with a privacy alert about the program’s ability to eavesdrop on your phone calls and collect your chat messages.
  • The bug that came into users’ attention 24 hours before the earning call let anyone eavesdrop and hear the other person before they pick up …
  • China and Russia eavesdrop on President Donald Trump as he uses his unsecure cellphone to “gossip, gripe or solicit” his friends’ take on …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Eavesdrop

  • A vase drop while eaves dropping.

Eavesdrop pronunciation