invincible

invincible meaning in Hindi

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

invincible

  • (adj) too powerful to be defeated or overcome; “an invincible warrior”

invincible meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • अजय, अजीत, अजेय, अपराजेय

invincible Origin

  • late Middle English (earlier than vincible ): via Old French from Latin invincibilis, from in- ‘not’ + vincibilis

invincible in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Rio takeaways: Big concerns for once-invincible Novak Djokovic.
  • Suicide Squad: Why the Superhero Movie is Invincible.
  • One of the stories of Rio Olympics 2016 has been the near-invincible Michael Phelps.
  • Simply with Sarfraz Ahmed and three tailenders, Younus added 202 to that overnight lead and made it invincible.
  • In short, we feel invincible – flying so high, with our heads in the sky!

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of invincible

  • vin = win, jisko jeeta na ja sakke

invincible pronunciation

Accredit

Accredit English Hindi meaning

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

Accredit

  • (verb) give credit to (someone) for something; “he was accredited with being one of the world’s fastest sprinters”
  • (verb) attribute an action, saying, or quality to; “the discovery of distillation is usually accredited to the Arabs”
  • (verb) (of an official body) give authority or sanction to (someone or something) when recognized standards have been met; “institutions that do not meet the standards will not be accredited for teacher training”
  • (verb) give official authorization for (someone, typically a diplomat or journalist) to be in a particular place or to hold a particular post; “no journalist accredited to the UN has ever been expelled”

Accredit meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • प्रतीत पत्र देना, मान्यता देना, श्रेय देना, अधिकृत करना, मानना, प्रत्यायित करना, विश्वास करना, अधिकार देना

Accredit Origin

  • early 17th century (in sense 2): from French accréditer, from a- (from Latin ad ‘to, at’) + crédit ‘credit’.

Accredit in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Anand, who refers to Sreeram as his ‘boss’, also accredit his success to him.
  • The media accreditation process for the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 is now open.
  • The accreditation system of US universities appears to be confusing to many students.
  • She has to produce five male witnesses to accredit her story.
  • Nestle had argued in the HC claiming that our labs were not NABL accredit labs and hence the tests should be sent to labs that are accredited.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Accredit

  • Accredit ~ credit

Accredit pronunciation