Proselytize

Proselytize

  • (verb) convert or attempt to convert (someone) from one religion, belief, or opinion to another; “I’m not here to proselytize”
  • (verb) advocate or promote (a belief or course of action); “Davis wanted to share his concept and proselytize his ideas”

Proselytize (प्रासलटाइज़ / प्रासलिटाइज़) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • फुसलाना, धर्मान्तरण करना

Proselytize Origin

  • 1670s, “to make proselytes,” from proselyte + -ize. Related: Proselytized ; proselytizing.

Proselytize in a sentence (important vocabulary in recent newspaper)

  • It has been said that Mother Teresa was part of the missionary and her primary role here was to proselytize.
  • This includes a duty to proselytize to both non-Muslims and Muslims who have, in their view, ‘deviated’ from the ‘correct’ path”, she said.
  • ‘Islamic televangelism’ is defined as: “The use of the television medium to proselytize the audience and viewers.
  • You cannot freely proselytize in Muslim countries.
  • Hindus didn’t have to go out and proselytize like the Christians, as if to prove our worth to our faith.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of proselytize

  • proselytize = hypnotize

Proselytize pronunciation

Prosaic

Prosaic

  • (adj) lacking imaginativeness or originality; “prosaic language can’t convey the experience”
  • (adj) commonplace; unromantic; “the masses were too preoccupied by prosaic day-to-day concerns”

Prosaic (प्रोज़ेइक / प्रोज़ैइक) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • नीरस, फीका, बेरस, मामूली, शुष्क, साधारण

Prosaic Origin

  • late 16th century (as a noun denoting a prose writer): from late Latin prosaicus, from Latin prosa ‘straightforward (discourse)’ (see prose). Current senses of the adjective date from the mid 18th century.

Prosaic in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • While England’s batting is so strong, the same cannot be said for their bowling which can have a prosaic look to it.
  • Think of words that add emphasise to your sentence, instead of going for the prosaic and easy words.
  • Tired of his prosaic job, Mumbai-based writer Shatrujeet Nath took a similar plunge midway through his journalistic career.
  • His methods might seem prosaic and a throwback to another era, but he brought stability to the Caribbean side through the course of the year.
  • The reality was somewhat more prosaic.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of prosaic

  • Prosaic – Prozac is a tablet given to depressed people. Depressed people are dull and unimaginative

Prosaic pronunciation

Progeny

Progeny meaning in Hindi

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

Progeny

  • (noun) a descendant or the descendants of a person, animal, or plant; offspring; “the progeny of the Scottish settlers who settled there in the mid-1800s”

Progeny (प्राजनी / प्राजिनी) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • संतान, वंशज, बच्चे

Progeny Origin

  • Middle English: from Old French progenie, from Latin progenies, from progignere ‘beget’

Progeny in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Madhya Pradesh assisting other states in improving bovine progeny.
  • In 2015-16, the state distributed Rs 219 crore for cows and their male progeny in 29 famine-affected districts.
  • Karnataka’s CMs, however, have a long tradition of not getting their progeny into politics till they themselves are active.
  • Though Kerala had always turned its back against progeny politics,the state had accepted a few.
  • You cannot rig the system. Sure, you can give a chance to your progeny, but at the end of the day, it’s the public who decides.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of progeny

  • progeny mein chuppa hai ‘genes’

Progeny Pronunciation

Profound

Profound meaning in Hindi

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

Profound

  • (adj) (of a state, quality, or emotion) very great or intense; “profound feelings of disquiet”
  • (adj) (of a person or statement) having or showing great knowledge or insight; “a profound philosopher”
  • (adj) (of a disease or disability) very severe; “a case of profound liver failure”
  • (adj) (of a subject or idea) demanding deep study or thought; “expressing profound truths in simple language”
  • (noun) the deepest part of something, especially the ocean; “nor billowy surge disturbs the vast profound”

Profound meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • गहरा, गम्भीर, गहन, अत्यंत, महासागर

Profound Origin

  • Middle English: from Old French profund, from Latin profundus ‘deep’, from Latin pro ‘before’ + fundus ‘bottom’. The word was used earliest in the sense ‘showing deep insight’.

Profound in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Shobhaa De frivolous statement only reflects her profound ignorance of how athletes perform or what motivates them towards excellence.
  • The students were in a state of complete shock and profound grief.
  • This will have a profound impact on food security and bring us closer to our national goal of doubling farmer incomes by 2020.
  • Little and profound emotions have been woven in and the film is sure to give you a lump in the throat.
  • India’s energy sector is seeing profound transformations since the past two years.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of profound

  • profound = prof. found a deep (profound) secret

Profound Pronunciation

Persecute

Persecute meaning in Hindi

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

Persecute

  • (verb) subject (someone) to hostility and ill-treatment, especially because of their race or political or religious beliefs; “no one should be persecuted for their religious beliefs”
  • (verb) harass or annoy (someone) persistently; “she complained of being persecuted by the press”

Persecute (पर्सक्यूट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • सताना, कष्ट देना, अत्याचार करना, तंग करना, पीछे पड़ना, कष्ट पहुंचाना, ज़ुल्म करना

Persecute Origin

  • late Middle English: from Old French persecuter, from Latin persecut- ‘followed with hostility’, from the verb persequi, from per- ‘through, utterly’ + sequi ‘follow, pursue’.

Persecute in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Radical Muslims persecute Coptic Christians in Egypt.
  • These kind of incidents happen throughout the country where policemen persecute poor for petty bribes.
  • Mr Mann’s party has said that he is not guilty of the charges levelled and that other parties are colluding to persecute him.
  • The Modi government seems to be gripped by a classic persecution complex while it seeks to persecute others.
  • Beef Agenda: Another Tool To Persecute Muslims And Christians.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of persecute

  • pursue = follow, if you pursue cute girl for long time, you are persecuting her.

Persecute pronunciation