(adj) characterized by an abnormal and unhealthy interest in disturbing and unpleasant subjects, especially death and disease. “his morbid fascination with the horrors of contemporary warfare”
(adj) of the nature of or indicative of disease. “the treatment of morbid obesity”
Morbid meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
रोगजन्य, रुग्ण, रोगग्रस्त
mid 17th century (in the medical sense): from Latin morbidus, from morbus ‘disease’.
Morbid in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
HIV-associated tuberculosis on the rise: India TB Reportm HIV co-infection or co-morbidity with TB in India was nearly 50,000 out of a total 2,155,894 cases, according to the 2019 report, amounting to a …
‘Ab Hind Banega Pakistan’: Event attended by Pakistani …, While its Facebook page was evidence enough for the kind of morbid hatred against India that the event would cater to, the organizers appear …
Billionaire Ken Fisher, who compared winning clients getting …,Life insurance is fundamentally hard to sell; it’s morbid to think about, promises no immediate rewards, and often requires a lengthy paper …
Winning Kashmir and Losing India, Anticipating outrage and protest, the Indian government placed the … of locals celebrate homegrown militancy with a morbid, cultish passion.
After dengue, Telangana prepares for swine flu, “If a patient has co-morbid conditions and is in high-risk category, such patients should be straight away shifted to Gandhi Hospital, Hyderabad …
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Morbid
MORBID = MORTAL (deadly) + BITE (like of an insect) –> a deadly bite is unhealthy and disease related.
(noun) a thing that discourages or is intended to discourage someone from doing something. “cameras are a major deterrent to crime”
(noun) a nuclear weapon or weapons system regarded as deterring an enemy from attack. “Britain’s nuclear deterrent”
(adj) able or intended to deter. “the deterrent effect of heavy prison sentences”
Deterrent meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
डराकर रोकने वाला, निवारक
early 19th century: from Latin deterrent- ‘deterring’, from the verb deterrere(see deter).
Deterrent in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Trust continues to be deterrent in smaller markets: 1-India Family Mart …, A bulk of your business comes from tier-II, III and IV cities, but of late consumer demand across categories has been sluggish in the country.
Arun Jaitley: Talaq law will have a strong deterrent effect, Saying that the concept of social security did not exist in India, he said divorced women risked being reduced to destitution. “In a divorce …
Bengaluru ranks a poor 81 among global education hubs—and that’s …, Indian cities are among the least desirable destinations for international … The high cost of living in cities like Mumbai was also a deterrent.
Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill 2019: 7 key points, The government’s view is that the steep fines will act as a deterrent for … a Motor Vehicle Accident Fund that insures all road users in India.
Indian fans can book NBA pre-match tickets on BookMyShow, New Delhi: Come 4 and 5 October and Indian basketball fans will be in … which is a big deterrent to further popularize the game in India,” said …
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Deterrent
DETER + RENT. A high rent IS ALWAYS A discouraging factor FOR TENANTS.
FOCUS ON rent OF DETERRENT. rent IS ALWAYS A HINDRANCE AND IS DISCOURAGING FOR TENANTS.