Trite

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Trite

  • (adj) (of a remark or idea) lacking originality or freshness; dull on account of overuse. “this point may now seem obvious and trite”

Trite meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • घिसा-पिटा, जीर्ण, पुराना

Trite origin

  • mid 16th century: from Latin tritus, past participle of terere ‘to rub’.

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

  • Movie Review: ‘De De Pyaar De’ is Random and Trite, Besides, after a point, continuing the tradition of mediocre Bollywood masala, the film becomes increasingly random and trite. There’s a cameo …
  • Opinion | A revival plan for the Congress that would secure its future, It is trite to observe that crises are opportunities. … India is teeming with bright, energetic people from all walks of life who crave to serve the …
  • Walt Disney Pictures’ ‘Aladdin’ (Hindi) Movie Review: Poor Dialogues …, Come on, Mr. Dialogue Writer and whoever else is responsible for green-lighting these trite lines, Indian children are not idiots. An update: the …
  • Top Trends in Content Marketing, The internet bandwagon juggernaut in India has seen millions get on board, … One of the most trite comments bandied around in marketing …
  • Bills of rights for the vulnerable, … stating that they would replicate the NRC process for the whole of India. … It is trite to say that a general election confers a mandate upon the …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Trite

  • trite sounds like tried…when smthng is tried again n again it bcomes hackneyed
    TRITE is to give something no RESPITE (without any rest whatsoever) – to keep it
  • continuously in use over and over again.

Trite pronunciation


Taxi

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Taxi

  • (noun) motor vehicle licensed to transport passengers in return for payment of a fare and typically fitted with a taximeter. “I’ll take a taxi from the air terminal”
  • (noun) a boat or other means of transportation used in the same way as a taxi. “they took a motor-boat taxi to the end of the Grand Canal”
  • (noun) (in South Africa) a light vehicle, especially a minibus, transporting passengers along a fixed route for a set fare but not operating to a timetable.
  • (verb) (of an aircraft) move slowly along the ground before take-off or after landing. “the plane taxied to a halt at the terminal”
  • (verb) (of a pilot) cause (an aircraft) to taxi. “he taxied the plane to the very end of the airstrip”
  • (verb) take a taxi as a means of transport. “I would taxi home and sleep till eight”

Taxi meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • टेक्सी, टैक्सी, मोटरकार, किराये पर चलने वाली मोटर गाड़ी, धीमे चलना, टैक्सी में जाना, धीमे चलना, हवाई जहाज़ को ज़मीन पर चलाना, टैक्सी में जाना, टैक्सी में जाना या ले जाना

Taxi origin

  • early 20th century: abbreviation of taxicab or taximeter cab (see taximeter).

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

  • Naresh Goyal offloaded by immigration after recall of aircraft taxiing for …, As for the 25-year old Jet, which “temporarily” suspended flight operations on April 17, it owes over Rs 7,000 crore to nine Indian banks led by …
  • Ministry of Corporate Affairs moved a month ago to bar Naresh Goyal …, … Affairs moved a month ago to bar Naresh Goyal from leaving India … the air traffic control called back an Emirates flight that was taxiing to …
  • Bots on wheels to save fuel at airport, CEO Jaipuriar added, “We are excited to introduce this advanced taxiing solution that is operationally efficient and environmentally-friendly.
  • Here’s why former Navy chief wants India’s next Raksha Mantri to …, Here’s why former Navy chief wants India’s next Raksha Mantri to …. steering, via rudder-pedals, made for relaxed taxiing to the runway.
  • Delhi Airport paves way for Green Aviation Initiatives, Launching the operation, DIAL’s Chief Executive Officer Videh Kumar Jaipuriar, said “We are excited to introduce this advanced taxiing solution …

Taxi pronunciation


Turbulent

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Turbulent

  • (adj) characterized by conflict, disorder, or confusion; not stable or calm. “the country’s turbulent history”
  • (adj) (of air or water) moving unsteadily or violently. “the turbulent sea”

Turbulent meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • फसादी, बखेड़िया, हुड़दंगी, अवशवर्ती, अशांत, उग्र, उपद्रवी, कलहकारी, दंगैत

Turbulent origin

  • late Middle English: from Latin turbulentus ‘full of commotion’, from turba ‘crowd’.

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

  • Turbulent times in Jet Airways, The company, in a statement to the stock exchange last month, said it was unable to pay for fuel anymore after the consortium of Indian lenders …
  • Power games in akharas, … famously, turbulent and untamed-so it has a direct connection with … Nothing new, alas, in this appropriation of old India by new India, except …
  • Modi 2.0 and India’s Complex Relationship With China, Modi’s second term begins in a turbulent global context, with no sign that … In the days after India’s election results were announced, Chinese …
  • India aborts mission to recover Nanda Devi climbers’ bodies, The aircraft was hindered by turbulent winds, the risk of further avalanches, the bowl-shaped terrain, the high altitude, and the fact that there …
  • Heat eases in Delhi, eastern India to face heat wave conditions into …, of disturbances tracking across northwest India that bring the threat of lightning, downpours and even dust storms as turbulent thunderstorms …

Turbulent pronunciation


Tout

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Tout

  • (verb) attempt to sell (something), typically by a direct or persistent approach. “Sanjay was touting his wares”
  • (verb) attempt to persuade people of the merits of. “she was touted as a potential Prime Minister”
  • (verb) sell (a ticket) for an event at a price higher than the official one.
    “he made his fortune touting tickets”
  • (verb) offer racing tips for a share of any resulting winnings.
  • (verb) spy out the movements and condition of (a racehorse in training) in order to gain information to be used when betting.
  • (noun) a person who buys up tickets for an event to resell them at a profit.
  • (noun) a person who offers racing tips for a share of any resulting winnings.

Tout meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • दलाल, टाउट, ग्राहक खोजनेवाला, खुल्लमखुल्ला प्रचार करने वाला, गुप्त सूचना देने वाला, इतराना, ढूंढना, प्रस्तुत करना, शेखी बघारना, तलाश करना, दलाली करना, ग्राहकों को बुलाना, दलाली कर, टाउट करना.

Tout origin

  • Middle English tute ‘look out’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch tuit ‘spout, nozzle’. Later senses were ‘watch, spy on’ (late 17th century) and ‘solicit custom’ (mid 18th century). The noun was first recorded (early 18th century) in the slang use ‘thieves’ lookout’.

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

  • Apple WWDC 2019: What to Expect, Apple also likes to tout the medical benefits of using an Apple Watch, so don’t be surprised if the company introduces new health-related …
  • Oppo Reno series confirmed to launch in India on May 28, Oppo has confirmed it’s bringing the Reno series to India on May 28. … The phones tout a new shark fin-designed pop-up selfie camera.
  • Intel unveils 10nm Ice Lake chips, Codenamed Ice Lake, the new processor’s tout an 18% increase in IPC performance over the Skylake generation. Intel says the gains are even …
  • Bhopal: Alert staffers nab tout ‘offering jobs’ at AIIMS, BHOPAL: A man was apprehended for illegally carrying out job recruitment within the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here on …
  • Name and shame touts at RTOs, NEW DELHI: Harassed by touts at the regional transport office? You can now click pictures or videos of touts roaming around RTOs and send …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Tout

  • tout: shout to promote (to publicly praise or promote)
  • improve the previous mnemonic…imagine a stout person praising his muscles

Tout pronunciation


Trailblazer

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Trailblazer

  • (noun) a person who is the first to do something; an innovator; “he was a trailblazer for many ideas that are now standard fare”
  • (noun) a person who makes a new track through wild country; “a trailblazer in the automotive industry”

Trailblazer (ट्रेल्ब्लेज़र / ट्रैल्ब्लैज़र) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • अग्रणी, इन्नोवेटर

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

  • Gordon was a trailblazer, said Michelle Walker.
  • Carmel Fisher recognised as an investment trailblazer.
  • Ivy O’Conner embraces being a wrestling trailblazer at River Valley.
  • At Miss Universe, woman from Spain proud to be transgender trailblazer.
  • Are you inspirational, a builder or a trailblazer?

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of trailblazer

  • imagine an innovator (trailblazer) wearing a blazer.

Trailblazer pronunciation