Rookie Vs Sophomore Vs Veteran

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Rookie Vs Sophomore Vs Veteran

Rookie Vs Sophomore Vs Veteran Vocab Meme Dictionary

Rookie [roo k-ee]

  • (noun) a new recruit, especially in the army or police; “a rookie cop”
  • (noun) a novice; tyro
  • (noun) an athlete playing his or her first season as a member of a professional sports team

Rookie (रुकी) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • नया सदस्य,नौसिखिया

Sophomore [sof-uh-mawr, -mohr; sof-mawr, -mohr] 

  • (noun) a student in the second year of high school or college
  • (noun) a person or group in the second year of any endeavor; “He’s a sophomore on Wall Street.”
  • (adj) of or being a second effort or second version; “Their sophomore album was even better than their first.”

Sophomore (साफमोर / साफ्मॉर) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • कॉलेज में द्वितीय वर्ष का छात्र या छात्रा,दूसरे वर्ष का छात्र, द्वितीय वर्ष का

Veteran [vet-er-uh n, ve-truh n]

  • (noun) a person who has had long experience in a particular field;”a veteran of two world wars”
  • (noun) an ex-member of the armed forces

Veteran (वेटरन / वेट्रन) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • अनुभवी,पुराना सिपाही,अनुभवी व्यक्ति,अभ्यास वृद्ध मनुष्य,पुराना योद्धा,सेवानिवृत्त सैनिक

Regale

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Regale [ri-geyl]

  • (verb) to entertain lavishly or agreeably; delight.
  • (verb) to entertain with choice food or drink.

Regale meaning in Hindi

  • भोज देना,प्रसन्न करना,दावत करना,खुश करना,धूमधाम से खाना खिलाना

Regale word usage in recent news (Regale in a sentence)

Regale Mnemonic trick to remember word

  • re+gale(remember chris gayle )if he comes to bat again he always provides entertainment to audience                                                         -by crazylooks

How to pronounce regale

Watch How Gayle and Harbhajan Singh regales spectators

Revelry

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Revelry ˈ[rɛvlri] (noun)

  • unrestrained merrymaking; Boisterous merrymaking.

Revelry Hindi meaning 

  • धूमधाम की दावत,आमोद प्रमोद,ऐश,आनंदोत्सव

Revelry Word Usage in Recent News

Revelry Mnemonic Trick:

Sounds like “jewelry”. You buy jewelry when you are in revelry.

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Rendezvous (or Tryst)

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Rendezvous [rahn-duh-voo] (noun)

  • a meeting planned at a certain time and place
  • a date; usually with a member of the opposite sex
  • a place where people meet

(verb) meet at a rendezvous

Tryst meaning : a secret rendezvous (especially between lovers)

Rendezvous Hindi meaning: 

  • पूर्वनिश्चित समय और स्थान पर मिलना
  • किसी विशेष स्थान में मनोरंजन के लिए इकट्ठा होना

Usage as verb:  Let’s rendezvous next Sunday at the mall.

Rendezvous Word Usage: 

use rendezvous to describe an assembling of friends, an appointment, or a date with your secret lover

Tryst Word Usage in recent News:

Mnemonic trick to remember Rendezvous meaning:

I will remember it with the program that used to come on Star World titled : ” Rendezvous with Simi Gerewal ” it was a famous program…

Mnemonic trick to remember Tryst meaning:

TRY TO MEET SECRETLY the girl told her boyfriend. TRYST = try to meet secretly.

Stubborn synonyms family

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obstinate and obdurateTenacious and refractoryMulish and pertinacious

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Obstinate Word Usage in recent News:

Obdurate Word Usage in recent News:

Tenacious Word usage in recent News:

Refractory Word usage in recent News: (often used with medical treatments and disease)

Mulish Word usage in recent News: (Low frequency word – not used much these days)

Pertinacious Word usage in recent News:

Perverse Word usage in recent News: (High Frequency Word – used a lot of times in headlines)

Intractable Word usage in recent News: (High Frequency Word)